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

11:05  25 october  2021
11:05  25 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.

Le Premier ministre soudanais Abdallah Hamdok a été placé en résidence surveillée par un groupe militaire. © 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.

Most ministers and civilian members of the sovereignty council who oversees the transition to Sudan were arrested by "military forces" Monday October 25th in the morning, said the Ministry of Information, confirming information Al Hadath.

In Sudan, the revolution at the edge of the gulf

 In Sudan, the revolution at the edge of the gulf © 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.

Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok was placed in residence supervised Monday morning after an unidentified group of armed fighters made the home of his home. "After refusing to support the coup, the armed forces arrested Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok and took him to an unidentified place" , adds the department to a statement.

four members of the civilian government, a civilian member of the sovereignty council - one of the transition bodies who lead the country of East Africa - several governors and several political leaders have also been arrested, reported the TV channel. Reuters learned from Family sources The arrest Monday morning at his home of the Abdallah Hamdok Communication Advisor.

Internet access

The association of professionals, one of the spearheads of the revolt that ended in 2019 at 30 years of dictatorship of President Omar El-Bashir, called on Monday the Sudanese to the "Disobedience" against an "coup" . This coordination has launched its call on Twitter despite the fact that the Internet has been cut throughout the country since early in the morning.

In Sudan, the army suspends the democratization

 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.

No comments were made immediately by the army. Public television diffused its usual programs.

On their side, the United States reacted to this military power outlet, showing up "deeply worried" .

a coup attempt last month

Sudan has been energized since a coup attempt last month attributed to supporters of former President Omar El Bashir, overthrown in 2019 by the army After several months of events.

The Association of Sudanese Professionals (SPA) called the population to go down the street for "Resist" to any attempt by military putsch.

hundreds of thousands of protesters, including ministers, had gathered last week in several cities to denounce the perspective of a military coup, on the background of increasing tensions between the army and the civilian government that share power since the fall of Omar El Bashir.

A coalition of rebel groups and political parties has joined the army, including partisans organized a sit-in before the presidential palace to call for the dissolution of the civilian government.

Sudan: no negotiations with the military after the coup, says a minister .
© AFP / File D setting out a coup "grotesque," Sudanese Foreign Minister Mariam al-Sadiq al-Mahdi has told the AFP Saturday that neither she nor the prime minister overthrown Abdullah Hamdok not negotiate with the soldiers who put "an entire people under arrest." Monday before dawn, soldiers stopped the government leader at his home in Khartoum while the general and army chief Abdel Fattah al-Burhane, announced dissolve all institutions.

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