Played a key role in the resolution of the Sudan crisis
The unrest in Sudan began in December 2018, when former President Omar Bashir’s government imposed emergency austerity measures to try to stop the economic collapse.
It started first as a protest over the price of bread.
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The protests broadened into demands for the removal of Bashir – who had been in charge for 30 years – and his government.
The protest continued despite the overthrow Bashir in April presenting serious political crisis.
Through his ingenuity, the military regime and the opposition had returned to the negotiating table to which on the 17th of August, they released a joint draft of a new constitution intended to secure a peaceful transition to civil rule in the country.