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Sudan, Government

military coup, democratic elections, new constitution, freedom of thought, Bashir

A 1989 military coup brought the Revolutionary Command Council, under the leadership of General Omar Hassan al-Bashir, to power in Sudan. The new government held democratic elections in 1996, and a new constitution was approved by public referendum in 1998. This constitution allows multiparty politics and guarantees freedom of thought and religion.

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