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Power rationing: Sudan in transition

Released Tuesday, 20th August 2019
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After months of unceasing protests, military leaders have struck a deal to share power with civilians, while Omar al-Bashir, the country’s deposed dictator, is in court. But can Sudan break out of its cycle of violence? We examine the curious notion that the shapes of parliamentary chambers shape the debates within them. And, politics meets choral music at Estonia’s Laulupidu festival.

Additional audio of the International Criminal Court courtesy of ICC-CPI.

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22m 45s
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