SMS :What Will be the Substitute?
Sudanese opposition parties (SOP) is weak enough to become substitute to the present government. SOP itself knows this reality, it sometimes recognizes it. SOP proved practically that it is incapable to lead a small demonstration even in a narrow lane in an outskirt district in Khartoum state. Late secretary general of Sudanese communist party Ibrahim Nugud gave evidence for this incapability when he picked a cartoon from the ground in Abu Jinzeer square in the center of Khartoum and wrote his famous sentence (I have come but none of you was present) . Nugud's words were not only said to underestimate the SOP leaders, as they were a reminder to them of their awful and poor position.
Each day you hear SOP leaders make boring noise claiming that the day of the regime are numbered, we kept hearing this noise since the year 89 of the past century. They roar day and night and threaten at every occasion that they will topple the government, but no flour out of their mill!
They dream of a popular uprising sweeps the government and take them back to the power to use it in serving their self interests. No one argues that the current government provides a vast province for freedom of ex
No sane person believes that SOP will be the alternate. The common circulating question among the Sudanese people nowadays is (what will be the substitute) .
By Al-Rikabi Hassan Yagoub, 12/06/2012