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Mass mobilizations are being prepared in Sudan against the coup

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Mass mobilizations are being prepared in Sudan against the coup

Hours before the start of the mass mobilization, which has been called by almost all political forces and unions against the military coup in Sudan, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said that the Sudanese security forces must respect any human rights and Violent repression of citizens who will demonstrate today will be “unacceptable”.

The head of US diplomacy stressed via Twitter that Washington stands by “the people of Sudan in their non-violent struggle for democracy.”

Opponents of the ousted generals have called for mass mobilizations across the country today with a central demand for a transition to a transitional government led by the people, so that the African country is back on the road to democracy after decades of authoritarian rule.

Hours before the mass protests, Al-Hadath, a Saudi-based television station based in Dubai, UAE, reported that all telecommunications services in Sudan had been cut off. There is no official confirmation or refutation of the new telecommunications blackout so far.

Sudan's chief of staff, General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, has fired several career diplomats, including the African country's ambassadors to Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, the United Arab Emirates and the Middle East. which is based in Qatar. Dozens of ambassadors condemned the military coup in Sudan earlier this week.


Source: politis.com.cy

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