Khartoum(IP)- At the request of the Sudanese Resistance Committees, nationwide demonstrations were held in Sudan to condemn the military rule in the country.

Iran PressAfrica: After the military coup (October 2021) in Sudan faced opposition from the people of this country; Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and Abdalla Hamdok, November 21, 2021, signed a political agreement to return Hamdok to power, which, like the military coup in Sudan, met with widespread opposition.

As protests continued in various Sudanese cities, Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok was forced to resign, but the Sudanese people are still on the streets to end the military rule in their country, reported Iran press.

The people of Khartoum, the capital of Sudan, and other cities of the African country protested on Monday evening (February 7, 2022) at the request of the Sudanese resistance committees to reject a military coup in the country.

Troops led by Sudanese Army Commander Abdel Fattah al-Burhan used bullets, tear gas, and sound bombs to disperse protesters, injuring dozens of people, some of them in critical condition.

Sudanese demonstrators in Khartoum and other Sudanese cities stressed that the protests would continue until the fall of the military regime in the country.

An essential point in the weekly demonstrations of the Sudanese people against the military rule is the large presence of young people in these demonstrations, who, by standing up to the Sudanese military, emphasize the formation of a democratic government in Sudan.


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