Sudan’s “good girls don’t protest”
Recent articles in Sudan

Sudan’s joint civilian and military transitional government amended the cybercrime law in July making it more punitive, while the army recently appointed a commissioner with the mandate to sue online army critics.

Changes in Sudan’s media landscape are insignificant and despite the installation of a civilian-led government, the remnants of Bashir’s 30 years of dictatorial rule linger on.

Sudan’s rulers have agreed to cooperate with the International Criminal Court to bring former leader Omar al-Bashir to justice.