Sudan protesters call nationwide ‘civil disobedience’

After weeks of protests, Sudan protesters call for a nationwide civil obedience until Sudan’s ruling generals transfer power to a civilian government.

According to the reports of Baaghitv, Sudanese Professionals Associations called a nationwide ‘Civil Disobedience’ until the transfer of power to civilian authority. SPA said in a statement, “The Civil disobedience movement will begin Sunday [today] and end only when a civilian government announces itself in power on state television”.

The recent development came after crackdown by military on Monday. Sudanese protesters protested on streets for weeks after military ousted Omar al-Bashir, Sudanese president   for three decades, in April after a month long protest.

Since then, the military has been holding onto power and has not transferred power to a civilian government. Sudanese military has resisted calls from Western powers to transfer power to a civilian government. Sudanese people has been in streets since then until Monday, when military launched a deadly crackdown on protesters outside the military complex which resulted in death of 113 protesters.

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