Thousands take to the streets to demand accountability for the killers of the revolutionaries, rejecting the Burhan and Hamdok agreement
Khartoum: Imad Al-Nazif
Peaceful demonstrations continued despite the signing of a political agreement between the army chief and Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok.
Thousands of Sudanese went out today, Thursday, in the “Loyalty to the Martyrs” million, which is the fifth since the October 25 procedures, demanding accountability for the killers of the demonstrators, and in rejection of the political agreement between Al-Burhan and Hamdok.
Thousands took to the streets of the capital, while security forces fired tear gas canisters at a number of demonstrators in different areas.
The protesters also called for “the overthrow of the militIG component and its guardianship over the political process,” and chanted: “Your barracks are the first. There is no militia that controls a state,” “the revolution is a people’s revolution, the authority is the authority of a people, and the militIG is for the barracks,” and “we will judge all the killers,” and other chants and slogans rejecting the militIG rule and the agreement Al-Burhan and Hamdok.
It was noteworthy that the pictures of the martyrs of the November 17 massacre in Bahri were raised on white banners, while the crowds advanced, the mother of the martyr Sett Al Nafour, the mother of the martyr Hazaa, and the families of the massacre martyrs who passed through the processions in the neighborhoods of Al-Sha’abiyah, Al-Mazad, Shambat and Dangola, before heading to the meeting point in the Bahri Foundation.
In parallel, the police dispersed massive demonstrations on the 25th of November, rejecting the political agreement, and heavily fired tear gas to disperse the demonstrators.
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