The Central Committee of Doctors of Sudan reported this Thursday that on the last day of the protests against the military coup led by the military on Monday in the capital, Khartoum, at least one person died and two others were injured, Abdelfatá al Burhan.
The deceased died when the coup troops were shot, this committee announced through a message on his Facebook profile. Among the wounded, he is in critical condition following a blow to the head that would have been run over by a military vehicle.
The deposed Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok has in the last few days praised the “resilience” of the population for joining the “civil disobedience” and praised those who “have organized protests in many countries around the world to encourage their people against the coup and the return to the civil road to democracy “.
On Tuesday, on the first day of the mobilization in protest against the military coup against the interim government of Hamdok, which had stayed as a “guest” at Al Burhan’s house, at least seven dead and more than a hundred injured were reported.
Al Burhan, commander of the armed forces, defended the decision to dissolve the Sovereign Transitional Council and government that came into being in August 2019 following the overthrow of President Omar al Bashir, claiming that they wanted to “monopolize” the process after several weeks. Allegations between civilians and military.