Seven Sudanese people have been killed on Sunday as thousands protests on streets demanding for civilian ruling in the first gathering for a mass rally since a deadly crackdown on protesters.
Tens of thousands have been seen gathering in the mass rally seriously demanding for civilian rule which was launched on 3rd June in Khartoum, following internet blackout that restrained their ability to organize support.
Dozens of protesters were killed and hundreds injured after a heavy troop deployment stormed the rally on 3rd June outside army headquarters, beating and shooting demonstrators who had camped in that place since 6th April.
Police fired teargas on demonstrators in northern Khartoum District coming near to the presidential palace after mobilizers called for a move along the building that has offices of the ruling transitional military council, as the protesters shouted’’Civilian rule, Civilian rule, according to the witnesses.
One of the protesters identified as Adel Nada, 28, said that Sudanese are totally fed up with military rule. Over 20 years now, Sudan has been ruled by the military, which he said it never worked and it won’t work.
Despite all that, military continued to kill people, we want them out of our government, we shall not stop until we they quit, he said.
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