The talks between the military council in Sudan and demonstrators are Wednesday for 72 hours suspended. The soldiers want the calls only to resume as protesters their roadblocks in the capital, Khartoum dismantle.
That says a spokesperson of the Sudanese Professionals Association (SPA), the protestorganisatie that to months of demonstrations against the april departed ex-president Omar Al Bashir led, in conversation with Reuters.
In april, Al Bashir by the army cordoned off after more than thirty years in power. The protests in the country have not ceased, because the army, power has not yet been transferred to citizens.
Those protests are accompanied by violence. So would Wednesday among the protesters, eight injured after, according to a witness shot would be.
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