The streets of Sudan continue to flood with thousands of protesters as the country faces having its third leader in as many days.
Demonstrators marched with national flags outside the army headquarters in the Sudanese capital Khartoum yesterday demanding a civilian body to lead the country’s transition to democracy.
Sudan’s second new military leader vowed on Saturday to ‘uproot’ deposed president Omar al-Bashir’s regime and release protesters, in a bid to placate demonstrators demanding civilian rule.
‘I announce the restructuring of state institutions according to the law and pledge to fight corruption and uproot the regime and its symbols,’ General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan said, a day after he was sworn in to head Sudan’s new ruling military council.
He also ordered the release of all prisoners jailed by special emergency courts and the immediate lifting of a night-time curfew imposed by the council earlier this week.
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