Sudanese eager for real change after power-sharing agreement

Despite scepticism, many Sudanese share the hope of a new land of promise.

    It has been six weeks since a power-sharing agreement was signed between Sudan's military and its opposition.

    But many of the young people who led the pro-democracy protests remain sceptical of the agreement and claim their revolution has been derailed.

    They hope their new prime minister will fulfil his promise to bring about solutions.

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Vall reports from Khartoum.


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