Sudan military troops detains former senior govt official again; two protestors killed

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CAIRO: Sudan military troops arrested the former senior government official one more time. As per his party, during the protest on February 14 Monday, two more people were killed, and thousands came on the streets to protest against the military coup.

According to the Unionist Alliance party,’ Mohammed Al-Faki Suliman’, a former member of the ruling Sovereign Council, was arrested on February 13 Sunday in Khartoum’s capital. They said security forces stopped his car while he was heading towards the party headquarters from his home.

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Suliman was also assistant head of a government-run agency tasked with disassembling the legacy of former autocratic President Omar Al-Bashir’s regime.

Along with the Suliman arrest, troops also arrested two other former members of the agency, as per the security forces who spoke on the condition of anonymity. The agency is also called The committee to Dismantle the Regime of June 30, 1989, concerning the Islamist-backed military coup that brings Al-Bashir to power.

According to the officials, three were taken to the Souba jail in the capital Khartoum. They were facing charges related to their work in an agency, which the army dissolved following the October 25 takeover.

At first, Suliman had been kept in jail for a month-long and was released after a month on a deal between the military and Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok.

He was among those latest sequences of former government activists imprisoned in recent weeks as military rulers crackdown on anti-coup groups.

Last week, authorities also arrested ‘Khalid Omar’ a minister in the exile transitional government. Also, they arrested ‘Wagdi Saleh’ a committee member. Omar is the leader of the opposition Sudans=nese Congress party.

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Omar and Saleh remained in custody for more than two weeks as per the party members. However, they did not provide any further details.

However, detentions are increased by the military troops this week as Sudabn dived into further turmoil with nearly street protests since the coup.

Protesters once again marched in Khartoum and its twin city of Omdurman on February 14 Monday, in order to demand the installation of an entirely civilian government to lead the transition, according to the pro-democracy movement. It said there were protests in other cities, including Port Sudan and Wad Madani.

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