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This week, we are lighting the first candle to celebrate the end of the first year of the glorious Sudanese revolution, which came about as a result of a cumulative action initiated when the banner of democracy fell under the feet of the invaders. Protesters plotted against the democratic government, in order to kidnap the country that we recovered with much effort, from a previous authoritarian regime. Hundreds of men and women, young and old, sacrificed their lives to realise this dream and put an end to the suffering of the Sudanese people, by bringing down the brutal tyranny. It was a long and fierce battle lasting three decades, since June 30 1989, in light of a regime that was insistent on remaining in power, even if it fought in a sea of the Sudanese people’s blood. However, the determination of the youth made the impossible possible, but despite this, the road is still long and the heavy legacy that we inherited is still pressing, as the environment surrounding this revolution is still unclear.

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This week also marks the 100-day anniversary of the formation of the revolution government, which tackled the arduous task of........

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