WorldProtests continue in Sudan against government dissolution and detention of politicians

Protests continue in Sudan against government dissolution and detention of politicians


In Sudan, protests continue against the dissolution of the government and the detention by the army of a number of politicians, including the country’s Prime Minister Abdullah Hamduk.

The protesters demand the transfer of power to the civil administration. Residents took to the streets in the capital Khartoum and the city of Port Sudan.

The death toll during protests in Sudan rose to 4, and another 140 people were injured.

In addition, most people did not show up for work on Tuesday after the Forces for Freedom and Change civic coalition called for a strike.

On the morning of October 25, Sudanese Prime Minister Abdullah Hamduk and some politicians were detained by the military.

The Ministry of Information of Sudan reported that the head of the Cabinet of Ministers refused to obey the putschists and was taken away in an unknown direction.

In response to the actions of the putschists in the cities of Sudan, including in the capital Khartoum, protests began.

. . .(HAS).