Omar al-Bashir is out as president of Sudan, but protesters suspect that the military-led transition is a game of musical chairs.
A new curfew raises the spectre of bloodshed.
International actors should press vigorously for civilian leadership of a process that must promise further-reaching change.
Late at night on 10 April, after defying the most sustained protest movement in Sudan’s modern history for months, Omar al-Bashir finally lost his hold on power.
In an early afternoon announcement on state television the…
Bashir, who took…