Protesters in Sudan crossed the roadblocks and entered the road where the Khartoum army headquarters is located, amid information about military coup, broadcast the al Jazeera television network.
According to the images broadcast by the television network, soldiers pushed aside as they passed the civilians who continued their march to the army headquarters, as reported by APE-MPE.
Sudan: Deep concern of the UN and the Arab League
Deep concern is expressed by UN, said Mr. Volker Perthes, Special Envoy of the Secretary-General of the United Nations for the country.
“Concern” was also expressed by Arab League for “developments” in Sudan, where the army has arrested most of the political officials after weeks of tensions between the military and politicians who share power in the country.
The Secretary General of the Arab League Ahmed Abul Gait issued a statement expressing its “deep concern at developments” in Sudan and called on “all parties to respect” the agreement on the formation of a joint transitional government of politicians and the military signed in 2019 after its overthrow. Omar al-Basir.