Coup d’etat in Sudan: Seven dead and 140 injured in protests

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Seven people were killed by bullets and another 140 were injured in protests against the seizure of power by the army in Sudan yesterday Monday (25/10), said his official Ministry of Health of the country.

The leader of the coup, the general Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, dissolved yesterday (25/10) the joint body, consisting of military and civilians, which had undertaken to lead the country to democracy after its overthrow Omar El Bashir then the uprising of the people in 2019.

The general Burhan imposed a state of emergency. He promised that elections would be held in 2023 and that power would be handed over to the then elected political government.

Organizations and factions that spearheaded the mass protests more than two years ago called on Sudanese to take to the streets to protest and continue their actions of political disobedience.

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