Sudan's transition: Residents say little has changed

More than six weeks after a transitional power-sharing deal, those in Nyala say any changes are yet to be seen or felt.

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    It has been more than six weeks since Sudan’s military leaders and civilian opposition alliance signed a power-sharing deal to form a transitional government following deadly protests.

    But many Sudanese say they have not seen much change and that their demands to be included in the democratic process are being met with aggression.

    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan reports from Nyala in the South Darfur region.


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