Sudan anti-coup protests stay on the streets, rejecting army offer

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Al-Araby

Sudanese anti-coup protesters manned barricades on the streets of the capital Wednesday, saying they did not believe promises by the army chief he would make way for a civilian government. A day after Sudan’s main civilian bloc rejected a proposal by the country’s coup leader Abdel Fattah al-Burhan as a “giant ruse” and urged more protests, crowds of demonstrators held firm in rallies in both Khartoum and its suburbs. The transitional government uprooted by Burhan last year had been painstakingly forged between the military and civilian factions in 2019, following mass protests that prompted t…

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