Sudan: Thousands March To Presidential Palace

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Sudan Mass Demonstrations: Three years since the start of mass demonstrations that led to the ouster of Omar al-Bashir. Burhan’s administration accuses the protesters of being hostile and controversial. Yet another person killed by al-Burhans forces.

Three years since the start of Sudan mass demonstrations that led to the ouster of Omar al-Bashir. Buses loaded with protesters arrived in Khartoum as early as Saturday evening and Sunday morning. Thousands of people were marching to the Presidential palace. Coup forces fired teargas and stun grenades at a huge crowd protesters.

“The flagrant, controversial and hostile tone of the protesters could impede the smooth democratic transition”

There is information that sharp ammunition was used against the protesters. A 28 year old man was killed during protests against the military, according to the Central Committee of Sudanese Doctors. He was shot in the chest during Sunday’s demonstrations in the East Nile area in Khartoum.

Brigadier-General Al-Tahir Abu Hagga, a media advisor of Burhan, meanwhile seriously urged political parties and all movements “to unify their programs and strategies” to succeed the transitional democracy. “The flagrant, controversial and hostile tone of the protesters could impede the smooth democratic transition,” he said.

Previous demonstrations against the military coup have been violently dispersed by the coup forces. At least 45 people have been killed and many hundreds wounded by the coup forces, according to the independent Sudan Doctor’s Committee. The number rises to 46 along with Sunday’s murder.

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