US News Sudan: Thousands of anti-putsch protesters repulsed with tear gas at the edge of the presidential palace

19:55  25 december  2021
19:55  25 december  2021 Source:   francetvinfo.fr

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The event takes place in Khartoum, the capital. Fearing a new unleashing of violence, the pro-democracy doctors union said "ask the world to watch what will happen".

  Soudan : des milliers de manifestants anti-putsch repoussés à coup de gaz lacrymogènes aux abords du palais présidentiel © supplied by FranceInfo

violence broke out in Khartoum, while the authorities had blocked the telecommunications just before a magnitude of magnitude against the military power . Sudanese security forces shoot tear grenades to repel thousands of opponents approaching on Saturday, December 25, presidential palace. The crowd, now a few tens of meters from the Palace where the transitional authorities headed by General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhane, author of the Coup d'état led on October 25, advance and sets back police officers.

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At each of them, new wounded are evacuated by protesters, found a journalist from AFP on site. Lacrymogenic grenade dams also wait for protesters who are trying to cross the bridges connecting its suburbs to Khartoum.

In anticipation of this event, from the early hours of the day, the mobile Internet had been cut off, then the telephone communications did not work anymore. "Freedom of expression is a fundamental right and this includes total Internet access," protested the UN emissary, Volker Perthes, recalling that "no one should be arrested for intending to demonstrate "While activists have shown steps since Friday night in their ranks.

A state always without government

The protesters, in number - tens of thousands in Khartoum, in its suburbs, but also in Madani, 150 kilometers south of the capital, at Atbara (North) and in Port Sudan (is -, consputed the army, his leader, Burhane and even the Prime Minister, Abdallah Hamdok. After the military putsch, the latter had found his position by agreeing to recognize the post-putsch state and therefore the extension of General Burhane's mandate at the head of the country for two years. Sudan still has no government, which blocks the recovery of international aid, vital for this country, one of the poorest in the world.

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fearing a new unleashing of violence, the union of pro-democracy doctors who identifies the victims of repression since 2018 said "ask the world to monitor what will happen". Less than a week ago, on the occasion of an organized event for the third anniversary of the launch of the 2018 "Revolution" which forced the army to put an end to 30 years of Militaro-Islamist dictatorship of Omar El-Bashir, the security forces shot real bullets and rained tearful grenades on the hundreds of thousands of protesters. The next day, the security forces had scattered with sticks the thousands of protesters who participated in an "sit-in unlimited", the procedure of the "revolution" which had overthrown Bashir, in 2019, in front of the presidential palace.

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dismissed and returned to power by the military, Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok throws the sponge, making the airmail from the army to Khartoum who did not No need for screen. © Provided by FranceInfo Received from its functions on October 25 by General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, put in saddle a month later by the same general, Abdallah Hamdok rose from the rank of hope to that of traitor. This Sunday, January 2, while Hamdok was going to announce his resignation, the people were again in Street.

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