Another martyr killed amid wide demonstrations in all cities of Sudan condemning the coup and demanding a civil state

Khartoum – Alyurae – On a day when mass participation was described as exceeding all expectations, tens of thousands of demonstrators marched in more than sixteen cities along the country’s to participate in the January 30th (millionth) yesterday, denouncing the military coup that toppled the civilian component of the transitional government

The demonstrators chanted slogans calling for civility and carried banners demanding the return of power to the people, while the coordination of resistance committees called on demonstrators to reach the vicinity of the Presidential palace despite the issuance yesterday of the Coordination Committee for The Security of Khartoum State Affairs, noting that the central Khartoum area is a restricted area from the railway station area south to the general command in the east .

Tuesday’s demonstration also came amid calls by the UN mission to ask the authorities to allow demonstrations without violence.

The demonstration also comes amid the consensus of some political forces and others opposed to the invitation of the Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General and the head of the UNITAMS mission, Mr. Volker Peretz, to consult with Sudanese and international partners to reach an agreement to get out of the current political crisis and agree on a sustainable path for progress towards democracy and peace.

Meanwhile, the Central Committee of Sudan’s Doctors announced the death of 27-year-old Martyr Mohammed Yusuf Ismail.

In a statement, the commission said he was martyred after being shot in the chest, the nature of which has not yet been determined, by the coup d’état forces during the January 30th millionth of Khartoum processions.

“The coup d’état continues its violations against humanity with excessive violence and bloody repression of peaceful demonstrators in our land.”


Sudan has been witnessing protests since October 25, rejecting the coup d’état of the army led by Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, and the decisions taken by the most prominent of which was the imposition of a state of emergency and the dissolution of the sovereignty councils and transitional ministers,

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