The military says a transitional government will be formed to organize elections within 9 months, creating an environment that will enable citizens to choose their leaders with transparency. This comes after scores of protesters were killed after the military tried to disperse them.
Transitional Military Council Calls for Elections Within Nine Months
SNA, 4 June 2019
The Transitional Military Council (TMC) announced in a statement in the early hours of the morning the stoppage of negotiations with the Forces of the Declaration of Freedom and… Read more »
The Chairman of the Transitional Military Council (TMC), Lt. Gen. Abdul Fattah Al-Burhan
This Is How Our Revolution in Egypt Failed. Sudan, Please Be Warned.
African Arguments, 5 June 2019
After Egypt's 2011 revolution, the military soon acted to retake power. Today, Sudan's military is behaving and talking in the exact same way. Read more »
Khartoum Tense as Activists Reject Military Election Plan
VOA, 4 June 2019
The impasse over Sudan's political future deepened Tuesday as pro-democracy activists rejected a plan by military leaders to hold elections within nine months. Read more »
Ruling Military Leaders Call for Elections Within 9 Months
VOA, 5 June 2019
Sudan's ruling military council says it is canceling its previous agreement with civilian protesters following Monday's attack by security forces on a protest site in Khartoum that… Read more »
Protesters Call for More Rallies After Deadly Crackdown By Security Forces
RFI, 5 June 2019
Sudan's protest movement has called for new pro-democracy rallies, rejecting the country's military rulers' election plan after what they called a "bloody massacre" by security… Read more »
UN Chief Condemns Killing of Protesters by Security Forces
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has condemned a Monday attack by Sudanese security forces that broke up a protest site in Khartoum and killed or wounded dozens of… Read more »
Sudan Junta Calls All Deals Off Following Khartoum Massacre
Radio Dabanga, 4 June 2019
The chairman of Sudan's Transitional Military Council (TMC), Lt Gen Abdelfattah El Burhan, has announced the suspension of all negotiations with the opposition Alliance for Freedom… Read more »
Chorus of International Condemnation for Khartoum Sit-in Massacre
The international community has strongly condemned the attacks by Sudanese forces on the sit-in in front of the army command in Khartoum and on protestors in Omdurman on Monday. At… Read more »
Opposition Suspends Negotiations After Khartoum Massacre
The opposition Alliance for Freedom and Change (AFC) has decided to cancel negotiations with Sudan's Transitional Military Council (TMC) following the massacre at the General… Read more »
More Than 35 Dead After Sudan Forces Break Up Sit-in
Nation, 4 June 2019
More than 35 protesters were killed and hundreds wounded Monday when Sudan's military rulers broke up a sit-in outside army headquarters in Khartoum, a doctors committee close to… Read more »
Khartoum Sit-in Massacre - Death Toll Rises to 35+
At least 35 people are now known to have died as a result of attacks by paramilitaries of the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) and security forces on the sit-in in front of the army… Read more »
Unofficial translation of the text of statement made by Military Council
The President of the Transitional Military Council (TMC) read a statement on recent developments in the country. The statement read in the small hours of the day declared revoking… Read more »
The number of people killed since security forces stormed a protest camp outside the Defence Ministry in central Khartoum has risen to 60. At the United Nations, China and Russia ... Read more »
Sudanese security forces have moved in to break up a protest camp in the capital, Khartoum, Al Jazeera reports. The n Read more »
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