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Thousands of supporters of a civilian power in Sudan parade Thursday to Khartoum, In a Demonstration of Force against a sit-in which has been calling for six days "a military government" to take the country out, one of the poorest in the world, of the marasm.
From Wednesday, calm calls have multiplied so much the possibility that both sides are face to face redoubt tension.
for the moment, one and the others have released their banners. "The people have chosen civilians," proclaim hundreds of anti-army walkers in different neighborhoods of Khartoum and in his twin city, Oumdorman.
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General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhane - At the head of the Council of Sovereignty, a military-civilian organ that oversees the transition with the civil government - has insisted well on Wednesday evening, for the first time, on "Partnership between civilians and military ".
But Thursday Pro-Civil Street shouts: "Burhane, leaves power!". "Burhane is linked to Islamists," accuses another slogan resumed in choir. The anti-army also have the main slogan "no return back", referring to the last decades dominated by Islamists and military.
The pro-armed protesters cross them the Nile from the district of Bahri to the center of Khartoum, brandishing portraits of Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok barred from a Red Cross to join the sit-in installed since Saturday in front of the presidential palace where Situent Transitional authorities.
Sudan: Ministers arrested, the army deployed in Khartoum
Sudan-Politics: Sudan: Ministers arrested, the army deployed in Khartoum © Reuters / Hannibal Hanschke Sudan: Ministers arrested, the army deployed in Khartoum Khartoum (Reuters) - Most Civil Government members of Sudan were arrested on Monday, as well as many political leaders supporting and a member of the Council of Sovereignty, found journalists from Reuters, while the army. 'Is deployed in the capital Khartoum to restrict the movements.
On both sides, since the day before, the leaders have urged their supporters to respect the other camp while the Sudanese authorities, like international visiting officials, warned against climbing in that country --Déjà. Shake on September 21st by a missed coup.
If all pledges pacifism, concrete blocks and weapon soldiers hinder from the morning traffic on the roads leading to the HQ. Army in the center of Khartoum, found a reporter from AFP.
- a "anti-army revolution to the other -
many stores were not open in the morning while the authorities decreed the closure of the country's schools in anticipation of what pro-civilians want to be a "manifestation of one million people".
For these 2019 "Revolution" activists who ended the 30 years of dictatorship of Omar El-Bashir, Thursday is a test: they want to show that they still hold the street.
In Sudan, the army suspends the democratization
© AFP in Khartoum the capital, but also in other cities in Sudan, the protesters marked Monday, October 25. (Photo by AFP) The civil prime minister was arrested, the dissolved government and the state of emergency proclaimed by General Al-Buhrane. But civilians went down in the streets of Khartoum to defend democratization.
to the pro-army, that they accuse firing to be nostalgic from the old regime, Islamists or groups handled by the military, they want to show that they are more numerous than them.
and the Government led by the UN Technocrat and former Economist of the United Nations M. Hamdok, they want to signify that he must do more for an asphyxiated austerity population imposed by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in exchange for the Erasing the debt of Sudan.
to be heard, activists in favor of civilian power have chosen a symbolic date, that of the 57th anniversary of the First "Revolution" having reversed a military power in Sudan, a country with history punctuated by coups.
Because for many of them, the Sit-in Pro-Army - which brings together thousands of protesters, mainly from the poor and rural provinces of the country - is nothing less than a putsch to become.
- The street in "referee" -
"They have the right to express their opinion," says Hamada Abderrahmane, 37, trader came from a province south of Khartoum to join the Sit-in Pro-Army.
"But for us, we are right, this government has done nothing for the Sudanese in two years," he says.
"Our referee is the street. She never lies," added Al-Sadeq Jaafar, 41 years old. "If they want prices that burst and corrupt in power, it's their choice, we do not want it."
The pro-civilians have already announced that their processions should not approach the presidential palace, nor even the building housing the government, where the pro-armed army went on Monday to the cries of "low hamdo!", During 'A brief manifestation scattered with tear gas grenades.
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Sudan: No negotiation with the army after the putsch, says a minister .
© Ryad Kramdi the Sudanese Minister of Foreign Affairs Mariam Al-Sadeq al-Mahdi, in Algiers, August 30, 2021 denouncing a blow to State "Grotesque", the Sudanese Foreign Minister Mariam Al-Sadeq al-Mahdi stated to AFP Saturday that neither it neither the prime minister overthrown Abdallah Hamdok would negotiate with the soldiers who put "a whole people in a state of 'arrest".