El Gezira / Northern State — Yesterday, with the completion second month of the Sudanese popular uprising against the regime, Sudan's states witnessed marches in the Northern State and El Gezira demanding the step-down of Al Bashir and his regime from the government in response to the marsh of the rural areas announced by the professionals association and forces signatory to the Declaration of Freedom and Change.
Yesterday, El Ugda El Magarba area in El Gezira and El Birgeig area in the Northern State witnessed demonstration of dozens of youths demanding the overthrow of the regime and Al Bashir to step down.
The demonstrators in the streets raised the flags of Sudan and slogans calling for freedom and justice.
Yesterday, dozens of workers of the industrial DAL Group private company staged a protest in front of the DAL Sutrac buildings in Khartoum in solidarity with the stakeholders' march called for by the Sudanese Professionals Association.
The dozens of workers gathered in front of Sutrac buildings in Khartoum, holding banners calling for freedom, justice and overthrowing the regime.
The security forces arrested the administrative director of the engineering sector of the DAL Group, the security and safety director of the engineering sector of the group, and the director of Sutrac.
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