At least 16 people were killed and 20 wounded in demonstrations over the past few days in Sudan.
Protest organizers have rejected the Transitional Military Council’s plan to step aside within two years. The group’s leaders want the immediate and unconditional return to civilian government.
CGTN’s Adel El-Mahrouky has more in this report.
To discuss the latest on the unrest in Sudan:
- Khalid Mustafa Medani he heads the African Studies program and graduate program at McGill University’s Institute of Islamic Studies.
- Nada Mustafa Ali is a faculty fellow and lecturer at the University of Massachusetts Boston.
- Aly Verjee has lived and worked in Sudan. He’s currently a researcher specializing in eastern Africa.
- Fadia Khalaf is a Sudanese protester.
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