The United States is “prepared to respond” to Sudan’s deadly crackdown against pro democracy demonstrators, Antony Blinken has warned. Many Sudanese believe it is high time for some form of accountability. Al-Burhan and his servant have been looting, raping and murdering for a long time without any type of accountability. PM Hamdok has resigned

United States Secretary of State on Saturday warned that Washington is ready to take measures against those who obstruct the aspiration of Sudanese people for a civilian-led transition. The United States is “prepared to respond” to Sudan’s deadly crackdown against pro-democracy demonstrators, Secretary of State Antony Blinken has warned.

It is unclear what measures he thinks it could be. But many Sudanese believe it is high time for some form of accountability. Al-Burhan and his servant have been looting, raping and murdering for a long time without any type of accountability.

In a statement, Blinken mentions, among other things: “There is a way forward. It requires security forces to immediately cease the use of deadly force against protesters and to take action to hold accountable those responsible for human rights violations. It also requires Sudan’s leaders to make rapid progress on forming a credible cabinet, establishing a legislative assembly, forming judicial and electoral bodies, and transferring leadership of the Sovereign Council.”

Antony J. Blinken, Secretary of State, further states: “We do not want to return to the past. and are prepared to respond to those who seek to block the aspirations of the Sudanese people for a civilian-led, democratic government and who would stand in the way of accountability, justice, and peace.”

Earlier Hamdok was planning to withdraw from the power-sharing deal with the army and quit his post, as Sudanses forces continue to violently suppress anti-coup protesters. Unfortunately, no one took his threat seriously. But today Sunday (January 2, 2022) Sudan’s Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok finally has resigned, less than two months after he signed a political agreement with the military.

Moreover, I think al-Burhan has lost all dignity, honor and identity.
He is an enemy of God, the Sudanese, and humanity.

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