The Khartoum demonstrations wrote the “death certificate” of the plaintiffs

The Khartoum demonstrations wrote the “death certificate” of the plaintiffs
The Khartoum demonstrations wrote the “death certificate” of the plaintiffs

Al-Taher Abu Haga, advisor to the Sudanese army commander, Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, said, on Saturday, that the Khartoum and Omdurman demonstrations issued a death certificate for those who claim to have a monopoly on the Sudanese street.

Commenting on the demonstrations that took place today, Saturday, in Sudanese cities, Abu Haja added that “the Sudanese security showed high discipline in dealing with the demonstrations,” noting that “the Sudan Doctors Committee is a gelatinous and fictitious body.”

The Sudanese police had said that Saturday’s demonstrations were of a peaceful nature, but quickly deviated from their course.

The Sudanese police indicated, in a statement, according to Sudan TV, that today’s confrontations with the demonstrators resulted in the serious injury of 39 policemen.

The Sudanese police confirmed that many of its departments were attacked by demonstrators, and stressed that they did not shoot while dealing with the demonstrators, and that they used minimal force.

For its part, the US Embassy in Sudan expressed, in a tweet on Twitter, its deep regret over the deaths in today’s demonstrations.

The death toll from the protests in Sudan, Saturday, rose to 5, as security forces shot dead people during the dispersal of demonstrations that erupted in Khartoum and Omdurman.

Today, Saturday, Sudanese security forces fired tear gas to disperse protesters in the capital, Khartoum, and the city of Omdurman.

On Thursday, Lieutenant-General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan was sworn in as head of the new Sovereignty Council.

The 14-member Sovereignty Council represents the regions of Sudan, but it does not include any member of the Alliance of Forces of Freedom and Political Change, which has been sharing power with the army since 2019, which effectively means dissolving the transitional partnership.

One member of the council remains unselected.

Abdullah Hamdouk is still under house arrest. Part of the mediation efforts focus on returning him to head a government of technocrats.

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