The calls for civil disobedience in Khartoum came after the excessive violence with which the authorities of the military coup confronted the June 30th protests.
A mass sit-in in front of Al-Jawda Hospital in central Khartoum has entered its third day, at a time when mass sit-ins are expanding in several areas in the Sudanese capital after calls on nationwide civil disobedience.
Yesterday, Saturday, the resistance committees in Omdurman and Khartoum North announced the organization of their sit-ins calling for the overthrow of the military coup in the country.
The resistance committees in Omdurman chose the area from “Al-Azhari’s Roundabout” to the “Wad Dar’oo” intersection as a land for the sit-in.
Another sit-in was also planned on Al-Shaheed Abdel Azim Street, known as Al-Arbaeen Street.
Meanwhile, the Khartoum Bahri Resistance Committees chose the Mo’as’sasa to organize their sit-in.
Last night, hundreds of people flocked to new sit-in in Omdurman and Khartoum North, while the sit-in in front of the Jawda Hospital in Al-Dim area in Khartoum continued to organize some revolutionary events.
The civil disobedience proposal came after the excessive violence with which the authorities of the military coup confronted the protest processions that took to the streets on June 30.
Since last Thursday, the coup authorities have imposed a security cordon on the center of Khartoum, which includes sovereign government facilities such as the presidential palace, the cabinet, and the army command.
The closure of the bridges linking the three cities of the capital (Khartoum, Omdurman, Bahri) has completely paralyzed the traffic between the various regions, with everyday being heavily disrupted as well in the peripheral regions.