Sudanese Strike Aims to Escalate Pressure on Military Council

Tuesday was the first day of a two-day nationwide strike called by opposition leaders demanding that Sudan's military junta transfer power to a civilian government. The military took power in April following the ouster of longtime president Omar al-Bashir after months of street protests. An alliance of unions, professional organizations, and political parties called the strike after talks between the alliance and the military council collapsed.

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