In today’s episode, we bring you stories of tribal clashes in Sudan, protests in Panama, agitations in UK against deportations in Rwanda, and the heat wave in Europe
Today we look at mass protests in Sudan to demand a civilian-led democratic transition, the blocking of medical supplies to Venezuela by Portuguese bank Novo Banco, and more
Following a failed coup attempt last week, political parties in Sudan have accused the military of trying to take full control of the transitional government formed in 2019. The transitional government is made up of both civilian and military members
The mobilizations came right after the IMF approved a 2.5 billion dollar loan and debt relief of 56 million dollars on June 30.
US president Donald Trump made the announcement after the Sudanese transitional government agreed to pay a compensation of USD 335 million to the victims of attacks on US embassies in Tanzania and Kenya in 1998 and the USS Cole in 2000
The repeated delays in peace talks to end the civil war in Sudan have also delayed the formation of the legislative council. This has effectively stalled any progress in meeting the demands of the Sudanese Revolution which overthrew Omar al-Bashir
On December 25, thousands took to the streets on the anniversary of a massive march organized by the Sudanese Professionals Association seeking the resignation of then president Omar al-Bashir
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