In Sudan, a Power-Sharing Deal Propelled by a Secret Meeting and Public Rage – The New York Times

In Sudan, a Power-Sharing Deal Propelled by a Secret Meeting and Public Rage

Just a month ago, Sudan’s protest movement appeared crippled. What led the military to suddenly agree to share power? Back-room negotiations, raw street power and a diplomatic shift by Saudi Arabia.

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