Sudan's Military Council Fires Three Top Prosecutors
Wednesday, 17 April 2019 Sudan’s ruling Transitional Military Council said it fired the three highest-ranking public prosecutors on Tuesday after the protesters called for overhauling the entire judiciary system along with a fully civilian-led government, according to Reuters. The Sudanese Professionals’ Association has been the leading voice of the protest movement and has demanded a number of changes for the TMC to implement after longtime autocrat Omar al-Bashir was removed from power last week. The TMC released a statement which said council chief Abdel Fattah al-Burhan dismissed chief prosecutor Omar Ahmed Mohamed Abdelsalam, deputy public prosecutor Hesham Othman Ibrahim Saleh, and head of public prosecutions...
Four people died in Sudan late on Monday in violence that broke out after a political transition deal between the mainstream opposition and military rulers, who said they would not allow the country to..
The head of Sudan's ruling military council visited neighboring Egypt on Saturday - his first trip abroad since the army overthrew former president Omar... Reuters Also reported by •WorldNews •Sify •Deutsche Welle