Sudanese Officials Confirm 5 Dead in Monday Protests

30 Juillet, 2019, 09:44 | Auteur: Anatole Charbonneau
  • Sudanese Officials Confirm 5 Dead in Monday Protests- Reports                REUTERS UMIT BEKTAS

Separately, Sudan's supreme administrative court annulled a military council decision to fire chief prosecutor Amer Mohamed Ibrahim, and ordered him reinstated to his post, state news agency SUNA reported.

"The visit by the Transitional Military Council to Juba today has centered on issues of peace negotiations with Sudanese oppositions groups from South Kordofan, Nubia Mountain and Darfur", said Guatlak.

Sudan's military leaders who ousted Bashir in a coup in April have not issued any statement concerning the protest and the killing of demonstrators.

Abdalla said a committee has been formed to investigate the events and bring the perpetrators to trial.

A member of a professional body of pharmacists linked to the opposition captured a video and photographs that he said showed a corpse and several wounded young men inside El-Obeid Teaching Hospital.

"This number (184 people) includes soldiers and civilians in addition to shot victims and others", said Abdul-Jabbar.

Local authorities suspended classes in all schools across North Kordofan and declared a nightly curfew in parts of the province "until further notice".

The protesters say the RSF was also behind the dispersal of their main sit-in in Khartoum on June 3, which they say killed almost 130 people.

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Demonstrators have been rallying again in Khartoum since Saturday, when an investigation found that security officers, including some from the feared Rapid Support Forces, carried out a deadly crackdown on a protest camp without any orders from their superiors.

Shortly before dawn on June 3, gunmen in military fatigues raided the site of the weeks-long sit-in outside the military headquarters in Khartoum, shooting and beating protesters. The RSF is led by Gen. Mohammed Hamdan Dagalo, known as Hemedti, who is also the deputy leader of the military council.

Sediq Yousef, a negotiator for the protest coalition, said there should be no further talks with the military until it halts its "violations".

TMC and the Forces for Freedom and Change, an umbrella group of Sudanese political and armed factions, agreed to a three-year power-sharing deal this month, although many details remain to be resolved.

"We can not sit at the negotiating table with those allowing the killing of revolutionaries", Siddig Youssef, a prominent protest leader, said in a statement.

The two sides signed a deal on July 17 setting out the transition's institutions.

The governor of Sudanese state of North Kurdufan, where security forces opened fire at protesters earlier on Monday, confirmed the deaths of five people during rallies, Sputnik reported.

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