Listen: African Union, Sudan And Dan discussed on PRI's The World
"Dan, and we have seen protests continue thousands of people go out on the street saying that they do not want a military leadership that want a civilian government, and because of these established rules within the African Union they had to follow procedure and warn the military leaders incident that they will suspend them if there's no hand over to civilian government and be clear. There are thousands of people incident who would support this move who would say we want an interim civilian government that would be able to organize elections. They do not trust the military rulers, some of whom have been accused of war crimes. And so they would want to see them completely removed from power if Sudan were to be suspended from the union wouldn't the civilian protesters and Sudan lose one of their best covers the unity of the rest of the entire continent. The reason why being suspended from the African Union is. Quite key. Is that you lose legitimacy as a government as a military council? You're not able to go to two summits, you know, able to take parts in international diplomacy. The other key problem could be in terms of economy access to funding whether from their communion conferment Bank, the IMF on the wall Bank at this crucial point where the economy is suffering Sudanese struggling to find basic resources like food fuel electricity. Not being able to kick. Start your economy could have an impact, but we've just had from the State Department in the United States. They said if the leadership incident shows his self to be able to put in place, some democratic processes, they show themselves to be able to fight terrorism or elements of terrorism incident, the wool look. At removing them from the list of state sponsors of"