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Akhbar Alyoum reports that Benishangul citizens, and Benishangul Human Rights Foundation, have conducted a vigil in front of United Nations premises in Khartoum, with participation of community organizations.

The paper also reports that PM Hamdok has met yesterday in his office, the UN special representative for Sudan and Head of United Nations Integrated Transition Assistance Mission in Sudan (UNITAMS) Volker Perthes, in the presence of the Minister of Cabinet Affairs, Khalid Omer Yousif, and the Head of the National Mechanism for Coordination with UNITAMS, Omer al-Sheik.

Assayha quotes leader in the Sudanese Professionals Association (SPA), Ismail at-Taj as claiming the Transitional Government’s success depends on scaling back the PM office, developing clear and precise terms of reference to his advisors without interfering in executive work.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs condemned the Ethiopian aggression against Sudan territory, which is a direct violation of Sudan sovereignty and territorial integrity, values of good neighborliness and positive relations between States, according to Assayha.

Al-Tayar says that the National Supreme Court confirmed death sentences handed down to 29 of National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) convicted of Ustaz Ahmed al-Kheir assassination.

The paper also reports that South Sudan Representative, also President Salva Kiir’s Advisor, stated that Head of Transitional Sovereignty Council, Abdul Fattah al-Burhan, has put forward 4 conditions before negotiating with Abiy Ahmed.

Al-Hadatha reports that an announced strike comprising 1,700 houseman doctors starts today, Monday, in 33 hospitals in Khartoum and across the states, demanding financial benefits including salaries of 9 to 11 months.

The Administration of ash-Shajara gas warehouse has stopped filling gas cylinders and ordered companies to supply bakeries only, as reported by al-Hadatha.

Al-Mawakib says the Legislative Council formation committee has received nominations from 9 states for the seats of the Legislative Council.

The paper also says that Ismail at-Taj warned of exacerbation of difficult conditions in aj-Geneina due to widespread hate speech while proliferation of arms among hostile parties.


Akhbar Alyoum

–              Supreme Court endorses verdict for martyr Ahmed al-Kheir’s murderers

–              Citizens of Beni-Shangul region conduct a vigil, handover memorandum to the UN with urgent claims


–          Ismail at-Taj: PM’s office problematic to government

–          Foreign office: Ethiopian attacks unacceptable escalation


–          Communist Party’s liaison secretary: Not a single communist in the previous nor current government

–          Supreme Court endorses verdict for martyr Ahmed al-Kheir’s murderers

–          Trilateral summit on borders issue, Sudan poses 4 prerequisites


–          1,700 Doctors on a strike in Khartoum and states

–          Al-Shajara gas warehouse stops gas cylinders filling to cover bakeries


–          Endorsement of verdict against 29 accused of killing the martyr Ustaz Ahmad al-Khair

–          Completion of 9 states’ nominations to Legislative Council seats

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