Sudan: Security forces fire tear gas to disperse protesters

  • In Sudan, the security forces have fired tear gas at pro-military protesters who blocked major roads and bridges in the capital, Khartoum, amid growing tensions between the generals and the pro-democracy movement.
  • According to media reports, protesters briefly blocked major roads and bridges in Khartoum today and cutting off the central area from the northern neighbourhoods. They also cut off the Mec Nimr Bridge, which links Khartoum’s downtown with other areas of the capital.
  • The souring ties between the military and civilians in the ruling government threaten Sudan’s fragile transition to democracy since the military’s removal of al-Bashir in April 2019 after nearly three decades of autocratic rule.
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