Sudan protest is still going on, and protestors are demanding the end of military rule in Sudan. Protestors continue to fill the streets of Khartoum, as Pope Francis suggests both sides maintain peace and reunite.
Protests are going on from October 25, and it’s disturbing for the whole nation of Sudan, and numerous individuals lost their family members and friends in this protest.
Till now, it’s estimated that 62 people lost their lives, and even on last Sunday, January 9, one more man was killed by the military cops.
According to the team of doctors who were treating him said, “He died because he can’t be able to breathe because of the spread of tear gas that blocks his whole neck which leads him towards death.”
On Monday, Pope Francis showed concern and expressed concern about the conflict.
He added and requested every citizen and military cop to maintain peace through a fortnight meeting that positions the needs of the people above all else.
The appeal of Pope’s came on the heels of an UN-backed initiative to kick start talks between rival groups and the ruling generals.
Even, UN ambassador offered to host a meeting to Sudan to seek a “sustainable way ahead towards democracy and calmness” in the nation.
According to Volker Perthes, is the UN envoy said that all parties would be invited to this meeting, including the group of rebels, military cops, all political parties, women’s groups, and civil society.
After the resignation of the Prime Minister of Sudan,’ Abdalla Hamdok’ but, his offer came after the resignation, who cited failure to reach a negotiation between the pro-democracy movement and the military as the reason for his departure.
However, the Sudanese Professionals Association refused to participate in talks and said their only goal was to remove the generals from power.