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Sudan protests Against the military seize power – use violent force to subdue the protesters

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Sudanese protesters protest against the Sudanese army’s seizure of power. in Omdurman near Khartoum Sudanese capital on October 29 (AFP)

Sudan protests Against the military seize power – use violent force to subdue the protesters

The AFP news agency reported that Sudanese protesters gather on the streets of Khartoum. Sudan’s capital On Saturday (October 30) to show resistance to the Sudanese military coup This has resulted in the halt of the process of transferring power to civilian rule in Sudan. and to oppose the military’s use of force to suppress the protesters. As a result, at least nine people were killed and about 170 were injured earlier.

even in the face of severe repression But organizers of the rally did not panic, declaring that today’s rallies are aimed at millions of people to come together against a military takeover in a massive protest as in the ouster of former President Oh. Mar al-Bashir, Sudanese Dictatorship in 2019

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Eyewitnesses said hundreds of people had begun to protest in Khartoum. with a shout “No military rule” “We are independent revolutionaries and we will continue to walk the road of democratic transformation.”

The telephone system in Khartoum was reported to have been down since early that same morning. As security forces were mobilized to guard the streets. The bridge that connects Khartoum to nearby towns is still closed. A checkpoint was also set up on the main road. and random searches of people and cars passing by

Protests against military rule in Sudan It comes after the Sudanese military coup took power from the interim government led by civilian leaders on Monday (Oct. 25). Sudan’s military leaders ordered the government to dissolve and declare a state of emergency across the country. which sparked widespread condemnation from international

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