Sudan has tried to plant democracy in the aftermath of its independence. The efforts, however, have been halted by repeated coup d’états. Sudan has been ruled under authoritarian regimes for more than 52 years, since its independence, losing golden paths to democracy four times since 1956. This study uses a qualitative research approach, collecting data from secondary sources. Sudan has been unable to build a democratic political culture,. due to continuous revolutions followed by military hijacks and coup d’états, identity mismanagement, the pan-Arabism sentiment of leadership, and effort to establish an Islamic regime. This is exacerbated by external country (superpowers) influence; regional politics of the horn of Africa, the red sea, and the middle east; erratic diplomatic relations with its neighboring country; and the Gulf countries’ political interest in Sudan. Social work activity should be developed that emphasizes social justice, empowers people to act against undemocratic practices, invokes moral outrage, and engages in political activism. Social work practice should focus on social justice and social change. Sudan needs to develop an integrative and inclusive political approach to unsnarl and disentangl from the periodic popular revolution.