More Cities Declaring State of Emergency and Ethiopia Continues Trespassing its Territory
Akhbar Alyoum says state of emergency is declared in Gezira state, and Abdalla Idrees, Gezira governor called citizens for reporting on former regime members’ and their political leaders’ gathering-places, goods cartels, and economy saboteurs based on his authorities under the transitional period Constitutional Charter, and emergency and public safety act, in order to preserve citizens and private and public properties.
The paper also reports that a ministerial delegation visits North Kordofan state today, Saturday, to determine the security and social situation. The delegation includes, the Minister of Interior, Minister of Federal Government, security and military agencies, and a number of federal government officials.
Assayha reports that Shams al-Din Kabbashi, member of Transitional Sovereignty Council, claimed that the armed forces would not retreat an inch from al-Fashaqa retaken territories from Ethiopia, and revealed that Ethiopia did not stop the military build-up on a daily basis and did not stop the attacks on the Sudanese forces, and stressed that Ethiopia lacks the courage to declare war.
The paper says that Amin Hassan Omer, leader of the dissolved National Congress Party, is under detention since yesterday.
Al-Tayar says Arman, Deputy of Sudan People’s Liberation Movement – North (SPLM-N), said that dissolved National Congress Party is offender, failure, and do not believe in democracy. Adding that the Attorney General failed in conducting prosecution of former regime figures, therefore, former president Omer al-Bashir should be transferred to the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Credible sources revealed to the paper that the Public Prosecutor’s Office issued arrest warrant against former regime remnants involved in the recent turmoil.