Thousands of Sudanese protesters have rallied outside the army's headquarters in the capital Khartoum, calling on the military to back their demand for President Omar al-Bashir to step down. The complex also houses the defence ministry and Bashir's official residence. Protest organisers chose April 6 to begin the rally outside the army headquarters to mark the 1985 uprising that toppled the regime of President Jaafar Nimeiri.
Protesters Call On Military to Intervene
Deutsche Welle, 7 April 2019
Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir has rejected calls to step down amid growing popular pressure against his rule. For thousands of protesters, the military may be the only option to… Read more »
Hundreds of thousands' on the streets of Sudan capital
Thousands Keep Up Protests At Army Headquarters for Second Day
Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir is defying calls to resign as opposition marches continue, with protesters camping outside his Khartoum residence. Several people have been killed… Read more »
Tens of Thousands March On Army HQ
Deutsche Welle, 6 April 2019
The demonstration was the largest in months, despite a government crackdown. The protesters are calling for an end to the thirty year rule of President Omar al-Bashir. Read more »
Al-Bashir Calls for Forwarding Proposals On Completion of Dialogue
SNA, 6 April 2019
President of the Republic, Field Marshal Omer Al-Bashir has called the Dialogue's Coordinative Body and societal forces to forward applicable proposals on completion of launching… Read more »
Spokesman Commends Spirit With Which Regular Forces Dealt With Demonstrators
The Government spokesman has commended the way the regular forces dealt with demonstrators on who gathered in front of the Army General command in down town Khartoum, Saturday. Read more »
Al-Bashir - the Second Phase of Dialogue for Making Change
President of the Republic, Field Marshal OMER Al-Bashir said announcement of the second stage of dialogue was practical step for national transformation for making the aspired and… Read more »
Security Service Detains Prominent Demonstrators
Radio Dabanga, 5 April 2019
The Sudanese security service continues to detain people who organise or participate in the ongoing demonstrations. A Sudnaese poet and three activists were arrested this week, and… Read more »
Sudan Uprising - Thousands Answer Call for Mass Action Across Sudan Today
Radio Dabanga, 6 April 2019
The signatories of the Declaration of Freedom and Change, a broad initiative by the Sudanese Professionals Association, which has been a main driver of the demonstrations, have… Read more »
Largest Demos in Living Memory - Vigils Continue Into the Night
Today's mass demonstrations have drawn the largest crowds since the Sudan Uprising began in December. Hundreds of thousands of Sudanese have taken to the streets across the country… Read more »
After four months of street protests, President Omar al-Bashir and the opposition have reached a deal to negotiate a transitional government. However, the two sides are yet to ... Read more »
The ruling National Congress Party has called on all political forces to support the government to make political and economic changes that will improve the living conditions. Read more »
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