February 3, 2023

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AA / Khartoum

Sudanese police fired tear gas to disperse thousands of protesters outside the presidential palace in Khartoum on Tuesday.

According to eyewitnesses, protesters tried to reach the gates of the presidential palace, but police used tear gas to disperse them.

Demonstrators carrying national flags chanted slogans condemning the “military coup” and the political pact between Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, chairman of the Sovereign Council, and Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok.

Thousands of protesters marched in Adbara (north), Kassala and Port Sudan (east) and El Managil (center) on Tuesday against the agreement between al-Burhan and Hamdok.

On November 21, Hamdock and al-Burhan signed a 14-point political agreement, the most infamous of which was Hamdock’s return to office, a month after he was ousted, to form a government of skills (without politics). Link).

Despite the signing of the agreement, political and civil forces expressed their opposition to the agreement as an “attempt to legitimize the coup” and promised to continue the struggle until full civilian rule was established in Sudan.

* Translated by Hend Apteasmat from Arabic


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