Sudan army proposes a resumption of discussions on a transition

Sudanese military council proposes a resumption of discussions on a transition

The Sudanese military council has proposed to resume talks on a transfer of power to a civilian authority, which were at a standstill, announced Saturday the coordination of the protest movement in Sudan. Thousands of protesters camp in front of army headquarters in Khartoum to ask the military council that took the reins of the […]

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Sudan military council: Sharia must remain source of legislation

Sudan military council: Sharia must remain source of legislation

The military council in Sudan said on Tuesday that Islamic law (sharia) should remain the source of the legislation, blaming the civil leaders of the protest for failing to mention it in their proposals over a period of transition. Last week, the leaders of the protesters handed over to the ten members of the Military […]

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Sudan: ousted president Bashir transferred to Khartoum prison

Sudan: ousted president Bashir transferred to Khartoum prison

Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has been transferred overnight to a prison in Khartoum, a senior of the former head of state, who was overthrown by the army on April 11, told AFP on Wednesday. the street. “Bashir was transferred last night to Kober prison in Khartoum,” said the family member, speaking on condition of anonymity […]

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Sudan demonstration of support for President Bashir in Khartoum

Sudan: demonstration of support for President Bashir in Khartoum

Hundreds of supporters of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir gathered in Khartoum on Wednesday to support a regime that has been heavily contested in recent weeks, AFP reported. Meanwhile, another round of opposition to Bashir is scheduled to take place on Wednesday in the streets of the capital. The rally in support of Bashir, comes after […]

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Sudan Protests against Bashir continue in Khartoum

Sudan: Protests against Bashir continue in Khartoum

Sudanese security forces fired tear gas on Monday at hundreds of demonstrators trying to march to the palace of President Omar Hassan al-Bashir in Khartoum. The police arrested dozens of people on Monday, including Zeïnab al Mahdi, the daughter of opposition party president Ummah Sadiq al Mahdi. Armored vehicles equipped with machine guns were parked […]

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