The Ruling Regimes in Sudan (1956 - 1989 A.D.)
College Of Basic Education Research Journal,
2020, Volume 16, Issue 4, Pages 455-476
AbstractThis research deals with the study of the ruling regimes in Sudan since its independence (1956 – 1989 A.D.). This study also sheds light on the most important political developments during this period of time and participated in changing the circumstances in Sudan interiorly and exteriorly. To add, it illustrates the scope of importance of these events which assisted in changing the regime during this period of time.
The study aims at highlighting the circumstances that led to changing the ruling regimes successively during this period, in addition to establishing political parties which were the reason behind changing the regime via their disputes for six times during thirty three years. It is to be noted the this period of time witnessed only ten years of democratic rule in Sudan. The study is made up of an introduction and six sections in which in information has been provided about the geographical location of Sudan in addition to its successive ruling regimes. The research has been ended by remarkable notes concluded by this study
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