2021-10-27

Demonstrations continued after the coup in Sudan, and the military said it would form a new civilian government

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Beijing, Oct. 27 (Xinhua) according to a comprehensive report, on the 26th local time, the second day of the Sudanese coup, roads in the capital Khartoum and other places were blocked, shops were closed and telephone calls were interrupted. On the same day, Burhan, commander in chief of the Sudanese armed forces, said that a new civilian government would be established to manage the country. Once the relevant institutions are established, the state of emergency will be cancelled

the Sudanese military said it would form a new civilian government

the situation in Sudan mutated on the 25th. The prime minister’s office of the transitional government issued a statement on the same day that Prime Minister hamduk was “kidnapped” at his residence in the capital Khartoum earlier in the day

the commander in chief of the Sudanese armed forces, Burhan, subsequently dissolved the sovereignty Commission and declared a state of emergency. On the 26th, Burhan said that a new civilian government would be established to manage the country. He promised that elections would be held in July 2023, when power would be transferred to an elected civilian government

Burhan said that the action was to “correct the transition process”, not a “military coup”. He also said that Internet and communication services will gradually resume

Demonstrations continued after the coup in Sudan, and the military said it would form a new civilian government

on October 25 local time, the situation in Sudan suddenly changed, the Prime Minister of the transitional government was “kidnapped”, the government minister was arrested by the military, the country entered a state of emergency, and a large number of people took to the streets to protest against the military action. The picture shows people protesting in the streets

After the United Nations Security Council held an emergency meeting to deal with the sudden change in the situation in Sudan, a large number of protesters continued to demonstrate in the streets on the 26th. It is reported that soldiers clashed with street protesters, killing at least 10 people and injuring more than 100

as the international community’s condemnation of the country’s military intensified, the United Nations Security Council held an emergency closed door meeting later to discuss how to deal with the crisis. The United Nations called for the “immediate release” of hamduk

in addition, the European Union, the African Union and the Arab League also expressed concern about the coup

the Sudanese political arena has recently faced serious differences. Military leaders called for a government reshuffle, while some government officials accused the military of planning to seize power

the United States says it intends to continue to provide humanitarian assistance to Sudan

on the 26th, US State Department spokesman price said that the United States intends to continue to provide humanitarian assistance to Sudan, although the United States has stopped providing economic assistance after the military coup in Sudan

price said at the press conference: “we have always distinguished between bilateral assistance and humanitarian assistance. The latter aims to support the people. In this case, it refers to the Sudanese people. The current aid suspension does not include humanitarian assistance.”

the United States previously condemned the Sudanese soldiers to seize power, It also announced that it would freeze the provision of $700 million worth of economic assistance to the country