The Sudanese are demonstrating today at noon in Khartoum and other destinations in the country to renew their demand for achieving their economic and social aspirations on the anniversary of the revolution and to overthrow the transitional government, which they consider a failure.
Crowds of demonstrators were seen carrying the slogans “The people want to bring down the regime” and “Peaceful.. Peaceful … We do not accept blood money”, setting fire to tires.
In their response, the security forces closed the roads leading to the headquarters of the army’s general headquarters, and Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, head of the Sovereignty Council, renewed promises to “protect the Sudanese revolution and its gains” in an effort to reassure angry citizens and calm their minds, congratulating them on the second anniversary of their revolution, saying in a tweet on his page on the site “ Twitter: “On this anniversary, we renew the pledge that your armed forces will remain the guarantor and protector of the revolution and its gains.”
On December 19, 2018, massive demonstrations erupted in Sudan in a revolution against the general deterioration of the country’s conditions, calling for reform of their lives, and the protests resulted in the overthrow of former President Omar al-Bashir by the armed forces on April 11, 2019 promising a new, beautiful, long-awaited tomorrow for the Sudanese.
Source: The “Sudanese Professionals Association” Facebook page / the website of the Qatari “Al Jazeera” TV channel / the Sudanese newspaper “Tag Press”