US News In Sudan, the revolution at the edge of the gulf

21:10  21 october  2021
21:10  21 october  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

in Sudan, second night of sit-in for pro-army

 in Sudan, second night of sit-in for pro-army © AFP d es hundred protesters begin Sunday their second night of sit-in to demand a government of military, aggravating more what Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok described as the "worst crisis" of the Sudan Post-Bashir. for the supporters of a civilian government, spearhead of the popular revolt that ended in 2019 at 30 years of dictatorship of General Omar El-Béchir , this sit-in is a "coup d'état" in Becoming in a country that has already experienced several.

Des partisans d’un pouvoir civil manifestent jeudi 21 octobre dans les rues de Khartoum.  © ASHRAF Shazly / AFP supporters of a civilian power manifest Thursday, October 21 in the streets of Khartoum.

The Alliance between Military and Civilians, which dropped the Dictator Omar Al-Bashir in 2019, tear. The supporters of the two camps paradeed this Thursday in the capital Khartoum. With the risk of uncontrolled violence.

The worst was avoided in Sudan, but until when? Tens of thousands of supporters of the restoration of a real civil power, embodied by Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok, parade 21 October in the capital Khartoum. They avoided crossing the procession, less supplied, pro-armed protesters, whose hero is General Abdel Fatah Al-Buhrane. The latter, often from the campaign, have started a sit-in since six days and claim, the resignation of Hamdok deemed unable to judg the economic crisis.

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to the Burhane, leaves power! Or not back back for one, answered portraits of the Hamdok Prime Minister barred from a Red Cross for others.

The calls of those responsible for both sides have probably avoided the confrontation. On the other hand, the break appears consumed between military and civilians in the Council of Sovereignty. This strange hitch was put in place in August 2019 after the fall of the dictator Omar al-Bashir, to power for thirty years, hunted by both a huge popular mobilization and the release of his "friends" of the high hierarchy military .

A difficult sharing of power

Since then, General Buhrane has chaired the sovereignty council, in particular, in particular for security and diplomacy, while Prime Minister Hamdok, former UN economist, manages current affairs. At the beginning well settled, this sharing of power, "transitional", has gradually broke up as July 2022 approached, when the presidency of the Council of Sovereignty must come back to a civilian.

"Coup d'état" in Sudan. The Prime Minister and most of his ministers arrested

 © Hannibal Hanschke / Reuters Sudanese Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok was placed in residence supervised by a military group. The tensions of these last days born from the breakage between the military and the civilian power resulted, Monday, October 25, on the arrest of several ministers and the placement, by a group of unidentified soldiers, Prime Minister Sudanese Abdallah Hamdok in supervised residence.

This transfer of power worries the generals to more than one title. They see a threat to the control that they maintain on many sides of the Sudanese economy (agriculture, telecommunications, mining resources ...).

Many Sudanese also require that the army be served by Islamist officers of the Bashir era, or that the authors of a massacre during the revolution (200 dead in June 2019) be prosecuted, what General Buhrane refuses in the name of the institution's stability.

Worse probably for the military:

Part of the Civil Camp still plans to extradite the former Dictator Bechir at The Hague where the International Criminal Court accuses him with crimes against humanity. However, a possible trial could splash the generals still in place, starting with the gray Eminence of Buhrane, the powerful General Dagalo, head of paramilitary units accused of abuses in Darfur in the 2000s.

Sudan: The Prime Minister returned to his home, under surveillance

 Sudan: The Prime Minister returned to his home, under surveillance Sudan-Politics-Hamdok: Sudan: The Prime Minister returned to his home, under surveillance © Reuters / Hannibal Hanschke Sudan: the Prime Minister returned to His home, under surveillance Khartoum (Reuters) - The Prime Minister of the Sudanese Civil Government, Abdallah Hamdok, is now at home, said Tuesday to Reuters a source in his services and a safe source, without giving more details.

the military loans to a Further

leak to delay the transition to exclusively civilian power, as provided for by the July 2019 Agreement, and to maintain up to mortgagee elections planned in 2024, the military seem to be ready for a leak forward. For several months, Abdel Fatah Al-Buhrane has been a guardian of the Sudanese revolution threatened by the Prime Minister's incompetence. For the protesters who support the civilian government,

the army instruments the economic crisis, in particular the blockages against "the expensive life" in the east of the country, on the Red Sea, where the transits a majority of the products sold sold. in Khartoum.


The rapidly stifled attempt at stifled, led by the officers of a shielded division, on September 21, became suspect. Some see a shot mounted by Buhrane and Dagalo to play again the saviors.

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".

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