Sudan Unrest Continues; More than 100 dead
ISWNews Analysis Group: According to local sources, 113 civilians have been killed and 723 injured in recent clashes in Sudan.
On the other hand, Sudan’s military sources announced the death toll of 61 people.
Omar Al Bashir was removed from power on April 11, after months of protests and civil uprisings by the Sudanese Armed Forces, after which power was transferred to the Transitional Military Council headed by General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan.
Sudanese thought the Transitional Council would open a different future for them, but it soon became clear that the policies of General Abdul Fattah Al-Burhan were no different from Omar Bashir.
In fact, the Sudanese Armed Forces mounted their coup d’état on the people revolution in Sudan and by abusing the revolution, removed Omar Al Bashir.
Hence, Sudan’s protests and demonstrations have risen again in different parts of Sudan to fulfill civil demands and it continues. The transitional military council also uses military power to crack down on protests.