Sudan protests: Opposition groups divided over demands

Some say the government should step down now, while others prefer to wait for the election for transfer of power.

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    For the past four weeks, Sudan has been witnessing a wave of anti-government protests.

    Some opposition groups are supporting the demonstrators but others are keeping their distance.

    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan takes a closer look at Sudan's political landscape.


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