in Sudan, Pro-Military and Pro-Civilians are competing for
© Ashraf Shazly Manifestation in Khartoum for a civilian power, 21 October 2021 Thousands of supporters of a civilian power in Sudan parade Thursday to Khartoum, In a Demonstration of Force against a sit-in which has been calling for six days "a military government" to take the country out, one of the poorest in the world, of the marasm.
They did not give up the hope of a more democratic and free Sudan. At the timer of military coup that brutally interrupted the transition started in 2019 in the world's poorest country, demonstrations continue in the capital, Khartoum. On Wednesday morning, the police responded by new tear gas shots on protesters - four of whom have been killed by bullets, according to doctors. Several dams installed by the protesters were dismantled and people were arrested.
Khartoum has been a dead city from Monday, cut off from his suburbs on the other side of the Nile by soldiers and armored vehicles on all bridges. The " civil disobedience " decreed on Monday under the shock of a coup d'état that everyone suffered but that no one imagined so fast is followed. Most of the unions declared the " General Strike ", non-essential stores are closed and those who would like to break the movement can not join their work because of the barricades and the danger to venture into a city where Internet and Telecommunications are cut intermittently.
"Coup d'état" in Sudan. The Prime Minister and most of his ministers arrested
© Hannibal Hanschke / Reuters Sudanese Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok was placed in residence supervised by a military group. The tensions of these last days born from the breakage between the military and the civilian power resulted, Monday, October 25, on the arrest of several ministers and the placement, by a group of unidentified soldiers, Prime Minister Sudanese Abdallah Hamdok in supervised residence.
According to the Director of Civil Aviation, Ibrahim Adlane, flights to and from Khartoum airport had to resume Wednesday at 14 hours GMT.
The Prime Minister "In close supervision"
Tuesday night, the Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok, was brought back home after being retained by the putschists since Monday. No image has been filtered in recent days of this former UN economist who became the face of the civil component of the transitional power, shared with the military - up to the current Putsch - since 2019. This provisional regime had to lead Sudan to its first free election for thirty years. Abdallah Hamdok would always be " under narrow surveillance ", according to his loved ones.
for protesters and experts, the option of a return to the dictatorship in this country of eastern Africa becomes more and more realistic. Unable to post line videos with networks cut most of the time, many activists fear an increase in police violence. According to them, several political parties managers have already been arrested and the police stormed the campus of the University of Khartoum.
Sudan: The Prime Minister returned to his home, under surveillance
Sudan-Politics-Hamdok: Sudan: The Prime Minister returned to his home, under surveillance © Reuters / Hannibal Hanschke Sudan: the Prime Minister returned to His home, under surveillance Khartoum (Reuters) - The Prime Minister of the Sudanese Civil Government, Abdallah Hamdok, is now at home, said Tuesday to Reuters a source in his services and a safe source, without giving more details.
Following the announcement, Monday, by General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhane, new strong man from the country , the dissolution of all national institutions and the arrest of civilian leaders, Washington suspended a part his help in Sudan. The European Union has threatened to follow. Moscow, however, estimated that these developments were " the logical result of a failed policy ". As for the Sudanese ambassadors in Paris, Brussels and Geneva, they defected, proclaimed their embassies on Tuesdays like those of the " people and its revolution".
Sudan: Military gestures do not call the street, the UN is worried .
© Ap - Marwan Ali in the streets of Khartoum, November 4, 2021, protesters show their rejection of Burhan coup . The UN Human Rights Council asked Friday, November 5, the "immediate return" of the civilian government, after the Putsch of October 25.