Sudan protest hub: civil disobedience against military rulers end

Sudan protest hub: civil disobedience against military rulers end

Leaders of Sudan’s Alliance for Freedom and Change have agreed to end civil disobedience from Tuesday, three days after its launch. Mahmoud Drir, who

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Leaders of Sudan’s Alliance for Freedom and Change have agreed to end civil disobedience from Tuesday, three days after its launch.

Mahmoud Drir, who has been mediating since a visit by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed confirmed in his statement to the press on Tuesday.

The two warring sides agreed to also resume talks on the handover of power to a civilian authority.

The Alliance for Freedom and Change, in a separate statement also confirmed the end to the civil disobedience, calling on the Sudanese “to return to work on Wednesday”.

The civil disobedience campaign was launched after a crackdown on demonstrators by the military.

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