End the 30 year dictatorship in Sudan

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Thousands of Sudanese took the streets calling on President Omer Al Bashir to leave and resign his presidency in a continuation of anti- government protests that have begun 51 days ago. Throughout the live ammunition and tear gas, civilians still manage to come out every day in what was meant to be a peaceful protest, risking their lives all in the name of faith that one day the country will rise and become one. Sudan is undergoing a major downfall not only politically but economically as well. Government and police forces are killing innocent civilians. This isn’t only about the rise of bread prices, but the rise of a nation as a whole. We stand together and say THISNIS ENOUGH. No more suffering for our people. The people in Sudan aren’t risking their lives every day for no reason. This is all to preserve the land for upcoming generations. We must all fight for this because this is the land that our parents called home, where they grew up and saw the real beauty of Sudan. For the next generation to be proud of a place like Sudan. So I speak for everyone when I say that there is still hope for our people.