The Resistance Committees in Khartoum announced marches headed towards the presidential palace in the “No to the Militarization of the Judiciary” marches.
The resistance committees in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum identified the Bashadar Station, Al-Qurashi Park, Abu Hamama in the center of Khartoum as gathering points for demonstrators.
The statement said that the resistance bodies had been watching “the frenzied campaign” that leads to the exoneration of the “killers of martyrs,” in what they considered a legal loophole that allowed the alleged murderers to get away.
The resistance committees also displayed worries regarding the killers of notable slain protester, school teacher Ahmed Al-Khair, who were sentenced to death, being exonerated as well.
They accused judicial institutions of being tainted by “corruption, institutional overlap and conflict in terms of issuing decisions and rejecting them at other times.”
The committees also described the readiness of the “partisan ranks” for a political settlement as shameful to those whose lives were taken after the coup.
In recent weeks, the Sudanese Supreme Court acquitted a number of those convicted of killing peaceful protesters during the December revolution.