Protests continue against military coup in Sudan

Resistance bodies reveal "big plans" for 30th June

Multiple neighborhoods in Sudan continued their protests against the current military coup rulers in Sudan, affirming that protests will continue until the regime is toppled.

Khartoum: AlTaghyeer

On Monday, Khartoum witnessed demonstrations across its different neighborhoods and streets, calling for a return to democracy and an end to the military coup.

The protests are being led and organized by the coordination of resistance committees in Khartoum, who have been leading them ever since the coup of October 2021.

The death of over 100 protesters, the short-lived agreement between military general Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and former Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok (which was an attempt at quelling the protester killings), nor the international community backed calls for dialogue have managed to curb the protesters’ willingness to take to the streets.

The coordination of resistance committees have announced that they are working towards something “grand” for the protests scheduled for the 30th of this month.

 It is worth mentioning that the 30th June demonstrations coincide with the third anniversary of the power being handed over to civilians after previous president Omar al-Bashir was toppled in popular protests in April of 2019.

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