Negotiations between the military coup and the Sudanese Prime Minister are broken

The negotiations between Sudanese military leaders and the deposed prime minister, Abdalá Hamdok, to form a new civil government after the coup d'état two week

Negotiations between the military coup and the Sudanese Prime Minister are broken

The negotiations between Sudanese military leaders and the deposed prime minister, Abdalá Hamdok, to form a new civil government after the coup d'état two weeks ago they reached a dead end and were suspended without agreement, reported the political alliance that Supports the former head of government.

"The military component rejected Hamdok's requests to restore the situation at how it was before October 25, to release all prisoners and the annulment of the State of Emergency," the spokesman for the Forces of Liberty told Efe. and the change, to the Wazeq when Drer. This, he added "led to the suspension of negotiations through mediators" who were being carried out in recent days.

The Drer also explained that the restrictions imposed on Hamdok, in a house arrest from the day after the coup, in which he was taken home after having remained 36 hours arrested by the military, have been hardened for three days. Since Thursday communications from him with the exterior and visits must have the approval of the military.

The day after the coup, by which the military dissolved the bodies of power from the process of democratic transition that shared with civilians, the commander-in-chief of the country, Abdelfatah Al Burhan, committed himself to form a council of ministers formed by civilians but chosen by the military.

Al Burhan has been trying to convince Hamdok for several days, through mediation as the UN mission in the country or a Sursuda negotiation team, that this Council is again. But the former prime minister has refused to reach an agreement that values the coup d'état.

Before the current dead point, Drer said that the forces of freedom and change will continue with his civil disobedience strategy and strikes to resume the transition process initiated in 2019, when the former dictator omar al Bashir was overthrown by the army after months of popular protests.

In the meantime, this Sunday continued the demonstrations in favor of a civilian government with a concentration of professors at the Ministry of Education in Khartoum that was dissolved by the police with tear gas, the member of the Association of Teachers Mohamed Ibrahim.

Ibrahim assured that hundreds of teachers responded to the call and denounced that the police pursued the teachers from the streets adjacent to the ministry and, according to the Association, stopped 87 of them.

Since it took place, there has been numerous protest manifestations and strikes maintained paralyzed capital for a week, until last Tuesday.

The response of the security forces to protest acts had left until this Saturday 14 death protesters and 181 injured, according to the last recount, last Friday, of the Committee of Physicians, who from the revolution that overthrew the Bashir attends the Protesters and countens victims.

Updated Date: 07 November 2021, 09:52

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