Huge crowds gather in Sudan to demand civilian rule in biggest protest since Bashir ousting

Huge crowds joined a protest outside Sudan’s defence ministry on Thursday to demand that the country’s transitional military council hand over power to civilians. The crowds were the largest since former president Omar al-Bashir was ousted last week and the military council took over.
Protesters chanted, “Freedom and revolution are the choice of the people” and “civilian rule, civilian rule,” and waved national flags overhead. Some soldiers were seen joining the protest, firing rifles as the crowds cheered them on.

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  1. White people should just invade and take every square inch of African soil. At this point they’ll never figure things out. Better let white men and women run things.

  2. According to EU plans these (people) are the next wave of fine well mannered immigrants coming to France, Spain, UK, Germany etc.. to replace White Europeans.

  3. and in less than a month…….GENOCIDE……………..same as in every Muslim country that does this.

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