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Sudan: Thousands demand 'protection of the revolution'

Thousands of Sudanese protest demanding 'the protection of the revolution, the completion of its tasks and the realisation of its demands' in Khartoum

Thousands of Sudanese demonstrated in the capital, Khartoum, and the rest of the country's states today to demand "the protection of the revolution, the completion of its tasks and the realisation of its demands.

"This came after the Sudanese Professionals Association, the leader of the protest movement, called on all forces and sectors to participate in demonstrations, and set 13 demands to accomplish the tasks of the revolution, which, on 11 April 2019, toppled President Omar Al-Bashir.

Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets in Khartoum and across the country, carrying national flags and raising banners calling for civilian rule, including "O civil authority. O eternal revolution," and "All power is in the hands of the people."

The demonstrators also chanted slogans, including "peaceful. Peaceful" and "free revolutionaries… we will continue the journey", according to Anadolu.

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