The Sudanese Communist Party’s decision comes after a meeting between the leadership of the civilian forces and the military junta in which the latter went back on a number of commitments it had made earlier
In this episode, we take a look at the Sudanese protesters securing an agreement of with the military junta about civilian dominated transitional government, the anti-migrant policy protests in Argentina and the 4th of July protests in the USA.
The march was led by the Declaration of Freedom and Change Forces (DFCF), an umbrella of political parties and unions, which came together to represent the people and their revolution.
The RSF shot live ammunition at the protesters, injuring 14. This the second attack on the protesters this week. On Monday, the RSF is believed to have killed four protesters and an army major.
The final agreement is likely to be signed on May 15. The accord comes two days after four protesters and an army major were killed when unidentified gunmen opened fire at a sit-in demonstration in Khartoum
This episode looks at the anti-military protests in Sudan, recent developments in Thailand’s National Human Rights Commission, and Guatemala’s March for Dignity, Life, and Justice.
Protesters are converging from across the country in thousands and heading to the army headquarters in Khartoum, determined to turn the weeks-long sit-in demonstration into a ‘million-man march’
Protest leaders have called for civil disobedience, while demonstrators vowed to stand firm against the threat made by the army general who heads the paramilitary group that houses fighter used to commit Darfur genocide
The African Unions has given Sudan’s Transitional Military Council three months to transfer power to civilian authorities. Earlier, it had said that Sudan risked losing its membership if power was not handed over in 15 days
Negotiations between the Declaration of Freedom and Change Forces, which represents the civilians protesters, and the Transitional Military Council collapsed on Sunday, after which protesters were called upon to continue their demonstrations
Newsclick editor-in-chief Prabir Purkayastha discusses what impact the continuing protests in the North African countries of Sudan and Algeria can have on the region.
Conditions on the ground, as well as international pressure could led to the military authorities transferring power to a civilian arrangement soon. However, the Sudanese need to be wary of a possible return by the military