Anti-austerity protests in Sudan have entered their second week. Protesters have taken to the streets not only in Khartoum but in many towns and villages. They are furious at the scrapping of state subsidies and are calling for a regime change. Protests are now called "elbow-licking". This is a Sudanese expression that means "doing the impossible", in other words removing from power the ruling National Congress Party. Hamid Ali Nur, executive director of the Governance Bureau, an NGO in Khartoum, has been monitoring the situation.