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Seven more killed and over a hundred wounded as anti-coup protests continue in Sudan

Mass strike and civil disobedience campaigns are underway in Sudan in rejection of the coup despite violent repression by security forces

Sudan protest Resistance against military coup in Sudan continues despite crackdown

Despite increasing violence by the security forces, the US and its regional and Western allies as well as the UN have been calling for a dialogue. However, “No Negotiation, No Compromise, No Power-sharing” remains the slogan on the streets

Sudanese protesters vow to stay on the streets despite crackdown

At least 235 demonstrators were injured in a crackdown by Sudanese security forces on December 25 when people took to the streets in large numbers. The day marked two months since the military consolidated its power through a coup

Darfur violence, Sudan Over 83,000 displaced due to violence in Sudan’s Darfur region: OCHA

Among the multiple factors driving the violence are alleged mining interests, contest over land and water, and the attempt to end the war with a power-sharing deal between the leadership of the fighting parties without addressing the root causes or involving the communities

Sudan protest UN and AU endorse Sudan’s coup government, the streets do not

Protesters are not convinced by the UN and AU’s position that democracy can be won by accepting a government where the real levers of power are held by the military while a cabinet of technocrats is paraded before the international community to maintain the facade of ‘joint military-civilian rule’   

Country-wide protests planned in Sudan on Thursday against prime minister’s capitulation to army chief 

Critics claim that the agreement has not alleviated the level of repression or laid the foundation of any framework in which a transition to democracy can be realized. It only amounts to prime minister Abdalla Hamdok’s complete capitulation to the army generals, they say

Sudan coup Sudan’s anti-coup protesters reject agreement to reinstate prime minister Abdalla Hamdok 

By agreeing to pick a new cabinet of technocrats devoid of all representation from civilian political parties, PM Hamdok has lost support of all sections of the protesters and most political parties

Despite increasing repression, Sudanese trade unions and civil society rally against military coup

At least seven people have died so far in Khartoum State alone after protesters were fired upon by the military on Saturday. Protesters have rejected the new sovereignty council that was formed by the coup leader and army chief Abdelfattah al Burhan

Sudanese march yet again, demanding full-fledged civilian rule

Country-wide marches in Sudan on October 30 marked a major escalation in the mass resistance against the military coup. Protesters, who until then were mostly confined to neighborhoods, took over the main roads and highways, paralyzing all transport.

Sudan’s streets resound with call for complete civilian control

Following the coup in Sudan, various international bodies and western powers have called for the restoration of the transitional government in which the military and political parties shared power. However, protesters on the streets are demanding a full-fledged civilian government

Over a million people take to the streets against coup by Sudan’s military

Trade unions and people’s movements have called for strikes and mass protests in response to the coup by the Sudanese military on Monday morning. Prime minister Abdalla Hamdok and key civilian leaders have been arrested

‘March of Millions’ in Sudan revives spirit of December Revolution

While declaring their readiness to confront the military, the revolutionary forces which mobilized for the protests also made it clear that they no longer trust the centrist and right-wing civilian political parties sharing power with the military to mediate this confrontation.

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