We talk to journalist Ahmed Kaballo to know more about the people’s uprising in Sudan, its demands and the future.
After months of protests, the army intervened with al-Bashir believed to be under house arrest. However, organizations at the forefront of the protest said they would not accept any remnants of the old regime in a new dispensation
Over the past few days, Sudan has seen the largest demonstrations since December 19. The strategy of the protesters to march to the army headquarters seems to be working as soldiers have come out to defend them against State forces.
“Let Al Bashir.. and the fat cats go out to face the people whom [they have] humiliated, impoverished and despised, rather than you whose salaries are not enough for one week,” the Police Officers Association said in a statement.