Protests in Sudan could topple Bashir’s Regime

In this Sunday, Dec. 23, 2018 handout image provided by a Sudanese activist, people chant slogans during a protest in Kordofan, Sudan. The protest on Sunday was the latest in a series of anti-government protests across Sudan, initially sparked by rising prices and shortages.
In this Sunday, Dec. 23, 2018 handout image provided by a Sudanese activist, people chant slogans during a protest in Kordofan, Sudan. The protest on Sunday was the latest in a series of anti-government protests across Sudan, initially sparked by rising prices and shortages. Sudanese Activist via AP / AP Photo
In this Sunday, Dec. 23, 2018 handout image provided by a Sudanese activist, people chant slogans during a protest in Kordofan, Sudan. The protest on Sunday was the latest in a series of anti-government protests across Sudan, initially sparked by rising prices and shortages.
In this Sunday, Dec. 23, 2018 handout image provided by a Sudanese activist, people chant slogans during a protest in Kordofan, Sudan. The protest on Sunday was the latest in a series of anti-government protests across Sudan, initially sparked by rising prices and shortages. Sudanese Activist via AP / AP Photo

Protests in Sudan could topple Bashir’s Regime

Protests that started in December 2018  have snowballed into countrywide agitation against Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir’s regime. The movement is largely centered around dissatisfaction with the country’s economy. UCLA professor emeritus Sondra Hale and South Sudan Voices of Hope executive director Kenneth Elisapana join us this afternoon to discuss what comes next for the country, and whether Bashir could be forced from power.