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Public protests continue after the reinstatement of Prime Minister Hamdouk

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Public protests continue after the reinstatement of Prime Minister Hamdouk

Thousands of Sudanese took to the streets today in the capital, Khartoum, to protest military dictatorship. For today’s demonstration, the people had called on social media under the name of “Martyrs’ Day”.

Forty-two civilians protesting against the military dictatorship lost their lives in clashes with the army.

Protesters also rejected an agreement reached between Prime Minister Abdullah Hamduk and military officials, which led to the reinstatement of Abdullah Hamduk last Sunday. Protesters have called the deal a betrayal of Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdouk.

On the other hand, Prime Minister Hamdouk said that he had compromised with the army to avoid bloodshed. According to Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdouk, the agreement clearly states that free and fair elections will be held in the country in July 2023.

Sudanese army chief General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan seized power on the 25th of last month and detained Prime Minister Abdullah Hamduk, but due to international pressure and mass protests, Abdullah Hamduk was reinstated as prime minister last Sunday.

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Thousands of Sudanese took to the streets today in the capital, Khartoum, to protest military dictatorship. For today’s demonstration, the people had called on social media under the name of “Martyrs’ Day”.

Forty-two civilians protesting against the military dictatorship lost their lives in clashes with the army.

Protesters also rejected an agreement reached between Prime Minister Abdullah Hamduk and military officials, which led to the reinstatement of Abdullah Hamduk last Sunday. Protesters have called the deal a betrayal of Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdouk.

On the other hand, Prime Minister Hamdouk said that he had compromised with the army to avoid bloodshed. According to Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdouk, the agreement clearly states that free and fair elections will be held in the country in July 2023.

Sudanese army chief General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan seized power on the 25th of last month and detained Prime Minister Abdullah Hamduk, but due to international pressure and mass protests, Abdullah Hamduk was reinstated as prime minister last Sunday.

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