Hundreds of Sudanese protesters demanding the end of the junta witnessed appearing on the streets of the capital Khartoum and its suburbs on Sunday for four consecutive days. Said.
Nine people were killed in a violent crackdown by security forces at a mass rally on Thursday. This was the deadliest day of the months of a long-term protest of a military takeover led by Army Chief of Staff Abdel Fatta Alberhan last October.
In recent protests, crowds burned tires and barricade roads with bricks, security forces used live ammunition, fired tear gas containers, and were powerful, according to medical personnel and the United Nations. I am using a water cannon.
Demonstrators demand a restoration of the transition to civilian rule that began after the 2019 expulsion of long-time dictator Omar al-Bashir, who derailed the coup.
"We can continue this sit-in until the coup is overturned, creating a complete civilian government," demonstrator Muayad Mohammed told AFP in central Khartoum.
The number of deaths from violence associated with the opposition movement has reached 114 since last year's coup, and demonstrators said they were injured at a rally on June 16, according to democratic medical personnel. The latest deaths recorded on Saturday when he died came out.
'We will not compromise'
"We will not compromise until the goals of our revolution are achieved," she said. ..
"We are on the road demanding freedom, peace, justice, nation-state, and the return of troops to the barracks."
The coup makes Sudan even more political and We were in financial turmoil and experienced rising consumer prices and life-threatening food shortages.
On Sunday, witnesses reported a large number of security forces deployed on the streets of Khartoum. Dagro.
The RSF has included members of the Janjaweed militia, who were accused by a group of rights to atrocities during the conflict that broke out in the western region of Darfur in 2003.
Recently, the RSF was accused of participating in a crackdown on protesters marching against the military.
The international community has blamed recent bloodshed, and UN rights officers have urged an independent investigation into violence on Thursday.
The United Nations, the African Union, and the regional block IGAD sought to facilitate talks between generals and civilians boycotted by major civilian factions.
On Friday, the three organizations jointly condemned violence and "excessive use of force by security forces and lack of accountability for such actions, despite repeated commitments by the authorities." did.