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UN’s calls for negotiation with the coup leaders “is extremely disrespectful” of Sudan’s struggle for democracy, says Resistance Committee spokesperson Dania Atabani
Critics claim that the agreement has not alleviated the level of repression or laid the foundation of any framework in which a transition to democracy can be realized. It only amounts to prime minister Abdalla Hamdok’s complete capitulation to the army generals, they say
Today we look at the protests in Sudan and the reinstatement of PM Hamdok, the results of Venezuela’s local and regional elections, and more
By agreeing to pick a new cabinet of technocrats devoid of all representation from civilian political parties, PM Hamdok has lost support of all sections of the protesters and most political parties
Country-wide marches in Sudan on October 30 marked a major escalation in the mass resistance against the military coup. Protesters, who until then were mostly confined to neighborhoods, took over the main roads and highways, paralyzing all transport.
While declaring their readiness to confront the military, the revolutionary forces which mobilized for the protests also made it clear that they no longer trust the centrist and right-wing civilian political parties sharing power with the military to mediate this confrontation.