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Country of the Black Pharaohs

On July 9th 2011, South Sudan’s legislative assembly ratified the country’s new constitution. This has been the unequivocal outcome to half a century of conflict and tension, condemning the unified country to an uncertain future. Sudan is generally considered an outlier in its region- despite steady economic growth, the current government of the Republic of Sudan has been accused of lacking respect towards the basic human rights and fundamental freedoms of its citizens. Sudan as a unified country had an immense territory, ...

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