Sudan transition at ‘critical juncture’ as power struggle deepens

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Pro-civilian protesters in Sudan are demanding the transitional government be dissolved, days into a sit-in in front of the Presidential Palace in Khartoum.

They have broken away from the Forces of Freedom and Change who organised protests which led to the removal of President Omar al-Bashir in 2019 – with the military’s help.

But now the protests are saying that the demands made during the 2018 revolution have not been met and that they have been sidelined.

Al Jazeera’s Hiba Morgan reports from Khartoum, Sudan.

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