Sudan: Polling in a Powder Keg

Africa’s largest country goes to the polls on April 11, the first time Sudan has held a multi-party election for almost a quarter of a century. Even more is at stake than in any normal poll, Sudanese will decide next year whether their state should split. And in the background hangs the threat of violence.

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