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Thousands protest in Sudan over deal between the prime minister, military

Randy Mancini 64 November 26, 2021
Thousands of protesters take to the streets to renew their demand for a civilian government in the Sudanese capital Khartoum, Thursday, Nov. 25, 2021. The rallies came just days after the military signed a power-sharing deal with the prime minister, after releasing him from house arrest and reinstating him as head of government. The deal came almost a month after the generals orchestrated a coup. Sudan's key pro-democracy groups and political parties have dismissed the deal as falling short of their demands for a fully civilian rule. (AP Photo/Marwan Ali)

Thousands of protesters take to the streets to renew their demand for a civilian government in the Sudanese capital Khartoum, Thursday, Nov. 25, 2021. The rallies came just days after the military signed a power-sharing deal with the prime minister, after releasing him from house arrest and reinstating him as head of government. The deal came almost a month after the generals orchestrated a coup. (AP Photo/Marwan Ali)

Thousands of people in Sudan are protesting against a deal made between the military and the prime minister. On Thursday, tens of thousands of Sudanese flooded the streets of Khartoum and other cities to protest after military leaders struck a deal to bring back civilian Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok.

#Sudan 🇸🇩: mass protests taking place against the military in #Khartoum.#مليونية25نوفمبر pic.twitter.com/lY5X4XAdRt

— Thomas van Linge (@ThomasVLinge) November 25, 2021

Demonstrators gathered in opposition of the prime minister’s reinstatement while accusing him of committing “treason.” Those gathered were heard chanting “power to the people” and “a civilian government is the people’s choice.”

“The oppression that the security uses against people is plenty and intended at making sure the street’s voice is not heard,” stated a protester by the name of Intissa. “Now, the sound of bombs (tear gas or bullets) is behind me, but so is the sound of protesters which are remaining peaceful. No to deals with the coup instigators.”

This is video from the Resistance committeesin Bahri, Khartoum, Sudan during the protest on Wednesday 25,November, 2021. They have the mailitery coup martyrs' pictures up to show the world that they still fighting to get back their freedom and they all would die for freedom. pic.twitter.com/ARz2mt6nv1

— Girifna قرفنا (@girifna) November 26, 2021

Despite authorities claiming they are committed to democracy and freedom of speech, Sudanese protestors continue in their fight against oppressive army generals.

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