Sudan sees protests against deal between army, civilians

Sudanese protesters march during a demonstration calling for civilian rule and denouncing the military administration, in the capital Khartoum's twin city of Umdurman, on November 30, 2022 [AFP via Getty Images]

Thousands of Sudanese protesters marched on Wednesday against a deal between the civilians and the military, which is expected to be finalised soon, Anadolu News Agency reports. The protests were organised by the resistance committee in the Omdurman city of the Khartoum state. The protesters marched in front of the national Parliament, raising slogans against the political deal between the military and civilians that was brokered by the international community. "We are against this compromise as we agreed with the resistance committees. We are sticking with our slogans, which are no negotiation, no compromise, and no partnership with the military," Ahmed Hassan, a protester, told Anadolu Agency. READ: Sudan: civil society and military agree framework for political process The police […] Source

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