No bread, No cooking gas, no cars fuel, no medicine and no electricity. This happens in Sudan in the 21st century. Lack of main services made the revolution youth locking the streets in order to send their demands to the government to work to provide the services.
The government under Hamdok leadership is working in a slow mode as there’s no clear plan to solve the current financial situation. If there’s a plan, it’s not available for public and this could be recognized as one of the government’s lack of transparency issues.
The situation is running bad which will threaten the democratic transition. Hamdok and his cabinet should work to avoid this happening.