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Thursday, November 30, 2023

Sudan protests continue

Hundreds of protesters marched toward the presidential palace in Khartoum on Sunday, to reject a deal between Sudan’s military leadership and the prime minister, almost a month after a coup put him under house arrest.

Sunday’s agreement, according to Egyptian media outlet Ahram Online, requires the formation of a new, technocratic transition government and adherence to an amended version of the power-sharing agreement first enacted in 2019 after al-Bashir’s downfall, as well the release of politicians arrested by the military government and a transparent investigation into the deaths that occurred during coup protests.

The deal faces opposition from pro-democracy groups that have demanded full civilian rule ever since Bashir was ousted and have been angered by the deaths of dozens of protesters in the weeks following the Oct. 25 coup.

Salope von Asheen
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Born in South Africa, now living in Austria. 28 years old - worked many years in the fashion industry. Now working as a freelance writer and designer.

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