Assistant Professor Rebecca Hamilton writes in The Washington Post with Sudanese constitutional law scholar, Nasredeen Abdulbari, about the state of emergency recently declared by Sudan’s embattled president, Omar al-Bashir. Not only is it unlawful under both the Sudanese constitution and international law, but they argue that it will do nothing to quell the popular protests now entering their fourth month. The protestors, they write, “have only one demand, which is the fall of the regime.”

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