Sudan Tribune | Sudanese hold protests in Khartoum ahead of big rally on Saturday

April 4, 2019 (KHARTOUM) – Several anti-government protests took place in the Sudanese capital on Thursday, as the police used tear gas to disperse the demonstrators.

Also, the Sudanese security apparatus surrounded the house of Omer al-Digair in Khartoum in a bid to re-arrest him before to broadcast a message in support of a big protest on 6 April the opposition groups are planning to hold.

The weekly protests which are coordinated by the Sudanese Professional Association (SPA) were dubbed this Thursday the “bread and dignity” processions. As the demonstrators chanted their slogans for freedom and peace and justice.

Also, the Sudanese opposition prepares for another rally on Saturday that will head this time to the headquarters of the Sudanese army command in Khartoum to mark the 34 anniversary of 6 April 1985 Uprising.

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