Separate areas the capital witnessed protests for the third day in a row is the headline of Al-Hadathah, the paper wrote:
The masses reject the worsening economic situation, the rapidly increasing housing expenses.
Protests were reported in Khartoum, Omdurman, and Bahri.
Closed protesters main streets, and economic situation and service.
In Omdurman police dispersed protesters Street Shahid Azim (Formerly Alarbaeen), with batons, tear gas and sound bombs.
In the same vein Akhbar Alyoum:
The president of the Sudanese Congress Party Omar Eldigair “protests should not be ignored” the paper wrote:
Eldigair advised the transitional government to face the economic crises by addressing it, not ignoring the growing protests.
Meanwhile Assayha reports that Hamdok forms a committee to review the curriculum the paper wrote:
The PM decided to form a national committee to review the new curricula, in accordance to the Minister of Education recommendations.
Hamdok assigned the chairpersonship of the committee to Professor Salah Muhammad Al-Amin, Dean of the College of Education, Ahfad University, and Dr. Hanan Muhammad Othman Al-Fadlabi, Head of Curricula Department, College of Education, University of Khartoum, experts, academics and teachers’ representatives.
Also, Assayha reports that Biden adopts the Sudanese-Israeli peace agreement, they wrote:
US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan announced that he had informed his Israeli counterpart, Meir Ben Shabat, that President Joe Biden’s administration would build on the success of the peace agreements between Israel and the UAE, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco.
“The two officials discussed opportunities to strengthen the partnership between the United States and Israel in the coming months, including building on the success of the peace agreements between Israel and the Emirates, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco,” said the statement.
Exclusively Altayar reports A deal between Sheikh Khidr and Al-Berair, the paper wrote:
A leader of Al-Tayyar confirmed a communication between the chief advisor to the PM, Sheikh Khidr, and the Secretary General of the NUP, Al-Wathiq Al-Barir.
The anonymous leader stated that this aims to break the FFC while NUP gets paid back in return.