The Sudanese people and even the opposition parties listened to the calls of the Communist Party to organize marches and social demonstrations without showing participation or support.
According to political analyst Yasser Omar Osman that the Communist Party has no clear goals or a political program based on the principles and objectives that will develop the country, as he continued to put closer to foreign ideas and imported principles that have not been the reality of Sudan from near or far, and always rests on the Communist support and support issues that raise Political differences.
The Communist Party remained opposed to most governments in Sudan, which was a firm conviction of the Sudanese people that it could not support any national project inconsistent with its course, history and orientation, which was lost by the support of some of the opposition parties that were close to it.
Not far from the memory of the rise of some of the party votes of the opposition which showed the boredom of the positions of the Communist Party and became avoidance of his presence within the alliances in terms of his selection in dealing with opposition parties and insist on their leaders according to his vision.
Ahmed al-Hassan Abdullah, a researcher on the Sudanese parties explains that the Sudanese Communist Party, although it is one of the old parties that relied on trade union work, but could not have an influential mass base and his leadership is a symbol of the laws of the Marxist Party, which calls in its basic program to implement the agenda that does not serve Sudan and al-Hassan that all the programs that the Communist Party has put on its long history was not including a program that serves the citizen in his pension, so he could not obtain trust.
The Communist Party repeated talk about the continuation of the resistance and the organization of popular demonstrations in order to overthrow the regime similar to what happened in April 1985, but he is aware, like others, that such methods are no longer valid in the current era, in terms of the government has submitted to the opposition parties a number of steps to achieve peace and reconciliation.