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Sudan's Judges Join Opposition For Khartoum Protest

WorldNews Thursday, 25 April 2019
Sudan's Judges Join Opposition For Khartoum ProtestDozens of Sudanese judges joined the protest march from the Supreme Court in Khartoum to the ongoing sit-in outside the Defense Ministry to call for civilian rule on Thursday, according to Reuters. Nearly 100 judges joined the march for the first time, some wearing their black judicial robes, while others carried signs that called for further change during the protest. “Civilian, civilian, protected by the judiciary”, they chanted as they moved through the city. Sudan’s Transitional Military Council (TMC) and the opposition have been negotiating how to transition the country to civilian rule after the military removed longtime autocrat Omar al-Bashir from office on April 11. The military...
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News video: Sudan protest leaders, military rules agree on joint council

Sudan protest leaders, military rules agree on joint council 02:29

A joint approach for the future of Sudan, military rulers and opposition groups reach a deal for a transition council.

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