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The 1969 Sudanese coup d'état was a successful coup, led by Colonel Gaafar Nimeiry, against the government of President Ismail al-Azhari. The coup signaled the end of Sudan's second democratic era, and saw the beginning of Nimeiry's 16 year rule.
Nimeiry's government would pursue a radical Arab nationalist and leftist program, bringing in a socialist program for social and economic development, including widespread nationalization of private property. His government would also push for an end to the First Sudanese Civil War, which by 1969 had been ongoing for nearly 14 years. In pursuing peace, the new government pushed for amnesty, and would declare regional autonomy for Southern Sudan on 9 June 1969.
Depicts the national emblem of the Democratic Republic of the Sudan (1970–1985) dividing dates in Gregorian (left) and Islamic year (right) in Arabic numerals. The inscription "The third anniversary of the Revolution of May 25" above and country name below.
العيد الثالث لثوره ٢٥ مايو
Depicts a farmer and two oxen pulling the plough to right, the inscription "More production" above and denomination below.
المزيد من الانتاج