Why Sudan coup may not change much for a country in crisis
Clip: 04/11/2019 | 9m 20s
The Sudanese military has ousted Omar al-Bashir after 30 years of rule, declaring a two-year transitional government before elections are held. But a military regime won't satisfy the demonstrators demanding a civilian government. Nick Schifrin talks to McGill University professor Khalid Medani about whether the coup represents only an "internal rift" that won't introduce meaningful change.
Aired: 04/11/19Video has closed captioning.
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