Pro-democracy protests have continued in Sudan despite the release and reinstatement of Abdalla Hamdok, albeit as the “Prime Minister of a coup“. The protesters want a fully civilian government. Their demonstrations continue to be met with brutish force from the Sudanese military that wants to remain in power by all means possible. This article by Aljazeera. Here is an excerpt:
Sudanese security forces fired tear gas to disperse pro-democracy protesters near the presidential palace in the capital, Khartoum, as tens of thousands marched against military rule following last month’s coup.
The rally on Tuesday was the latest show of opposition to military rule since last month’s coup that ended a partnership between civilian political groups and the military.
Heavily armed police forces took to central Khartoum, fired tear gas, and began chasing protesters as they gathered about a kilometre from the palace, blocking a main road and chanting “Soldiers, go back to the barracks”.
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