After months of protests announced by the Sudanese army, according to a state radio station, an “important statement”. Further details were not known.
Triggered by an economic crisis have been protesting for months, tens of thousands of people against the authoritarian head of state, Omar Hassan al-Bashir, who has ruled the country in the North-East of Africa since 30 years, with a heavy Hand. The demonstrations spikes since the weekend, thousands of people gathered daily to a sitting blockade in front of the Headquarters of the armed forces, which is also the residence of Al-Bashir. The security forces used some with live ammunition and killed a doctors Association, at least 21 demonstrators.