Public anger in Sudan reaches Republican Palace

The Address | Benghazi – Libya

KHARTOUM – Protests in Sudan for prices rise continued for the seventh day in a row, and protesters came to the presidential palace in the capital Khartoum, demanding President Hassan al-Bashir to step down and calling for a general strike.

It is noteworthy that Sudanese President Al-Bashir had delivered a speech yesterday, promising to work on comprehensive economic reforms and improve the standard of living for citizens, but that did not stop the spread of protests that continued for the seventh day.


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