Sudan: protests continue despite agreement on the premier


KHARTOUM, 21 NOV – Hundreds of Sudanese demonstrators took to the streets again today in protest against last month’s coup and subsequent military repression which so far cost the lives of at least 40 people: eyewitnesses report. Protesters marched in central Khartoum, eastern state of Kassala and northern city of Atbara despite this morning’s announcement that General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and ousted Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok have reached a return agreement. of the latter to lead the government and the release of the civil leadership held after the coup. Also according to eyewitnesses, the police threw tear gas at the demonstrators. Meanwhile, the prime minister’s office announced this morning that “the forces guarding him” at his home “have withdrawn” and therefore Hamdok is once again free to sport. (HANDLE).

(HANDLE)




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