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Sudan: Students march for protest 'martyrs'

1 24.07.2019 Инфо

W/S Demonstration, Khartoum
M/S Protester chanting
W/S Protesters chanting (Arabic): ''Blood for blood, even under a civilian rule''
W/S Protesters chanting
W/S Protesters chanting
W/S Protesters chanting
M/S Protesters chanting
W/S Protesters chanting
M/S Protesters chanting
SOT, Ismail al-Taj, spokesman for the Sudanese Professionals Association (Arabic): ''This is why we are indebted to the blood of our martyrs, but the justice will happen, sooner or later.''
Protesters chanting (Arabic): ''Not later but sooner, sooner.''
M/S Protesters chanting (Arabic): ''This country is our country and our rule is a civilian rule''
M/S Protester holding Sudanese flag
W/S Protesters chanting (Arabic): ''Blood for blood, even under a civilian rule''
W/S Protesters
C/U Protester holding sign reading (Arabic): ''United we stay, enough farce for us''
SOT, protesters (Arabic): ''This country is our country and our rule is a civilian rule''
SOT, Ismail al-Taj, spokesman for the Sudanese Professionals Association (Arabic): ''Until this moment our revolution won in peaceful way. A big responsibility lies on you in the universities, to remain peaceful and raise awareness of its peacefulness and the objectives of our revolution. We should adhere to complete peacefulness and never respond to provocations.''
W/S Protesters chanting (Arabic): ''This country is our country and our rule is a civilian rule''
W/S Demonstration
SCRIPT
Students marched in the streets of the Sudanese capital Khartoum on Tuesday to commemorate and honour those killed during the crackdown of a months-long protest movement which has thrown the country into turmoil following the ousting of former President Omar al-Bashir in April 2019.
Demonstrators waved the Sudanese flag and could be heard chanting: ''This country is our country and our rule is a civilian rule''.
The protest follows the signing of a power sharing deal between Sudan's military leaders and representatives of the opposition on July 17, which critics say fails to provide justice for victims of state violence and their families.