Khartoum (IP) - Demonstrations in Sudan's cities continue to end the military rule and establish a democratic government.

Iran PressAfrica: Following the widespread opposition to the military coup (October 2021) in Sudan, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and Abdalla Hamdok agreed to return Hamdok to power, but the deal, like the military coup in Sudan, faced widespread opposition and protests.

As protests continued in various cities, Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok was forced to resign, but people still took to the streets to end the country's military rule.

Sudanese forces used live ammunition and tear gas on Monday evening (January 24, 2022) to disperse protesters in the capital, Khartoum, killing at least five people and wounding dozens of them.

Central Committee of Sudan Doctors (CCSD) called on human rights organizations to stand against the military's crackdown on peaceful protests.


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