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The "framework agreement" sparks anger in the Sudanese street

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The "framework agreement" sparks anger in the Sudanese street Empty The "framework agreement" sparks anger in the Sudanese street

Post by rocky Mon Dec 05, 2022 11:55 am





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Shafaq News/ Demonstrations took place in the capital,
Khartoum, and a number of cities in Sudan, on Monday, demanding civil rule and justice,
less than an hour after the signing of a framework agreement between the army and a number of partisan
and professional entities.
The security forces confronted the protesters with
tear gas to prevent them from reaching the “presidential” presidential palace area in
Khartoum.
The new protests came amid
divisions over the agreement, as the resistance committees declared leading the current movement in the
Sudanese street their rejection of it, considering that it did not clearly resolve the issue of removing the army from power,
ignoring issues of justice, dismantling empowerment, and its inconsistency with the three raised Nos.
in the street that speak about not participating or negotiating with the current military leadership.
The agreement, which was signed in international
and local presence, had included 27 items, the most prominent of which was the handover of the transitional authority to a
full civil authority consisting of three levels without the participation of the regular forces, which were granted representation in the
Security and Defense Council headed by the prime civilian minister.



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