Women made up the majority of demonstrators in Sudan protests.
The popular protests swept the capital eventually leading to the military ruler Omer Al Bashir’s removal on April 11.
Civil society groups and the country’s military began to negotiate over the political future of Sudan.
The civilian groups have fallen into vicious disputes and women have once again been pushed aside.
The leadership of civilian groups called the Forces of Freedom and Change have been more willing to compromise the political future of women.
Of the dozens of civilians who participated in the negotiations for a future political set up in the country, only one is a woman.
For three-decades, Omar al Bashir enforced oppressive laws aimed at subduing women.