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Military coup in Sudan, Prime Minister and several ministers arrested

Khartoum: In Sudan, the army overthrew the government in a coup, while several politicians, including the prime minister and ministers, have been arrested.

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According to a foreign news agency, the army revolted against the government of Sudanese Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdouk last night. Internet and phone services have been cut off in the country, while troops have been deployed in the city to restrict the movement of people. Khartoum airport was also closed and flights suspended. The capital, Khartoum, has a heavy army presence and national anthems are being broadcast on state TV.

The arrested persons include Cabinet Minister Khalid Omar Yousaf, Advisor to the Prime Minister on Media Faisal Muhammad Saleh and Industry Minister Ibrahim Al-Sheikh, officials of three political parties Sudanese Congress Party, Al-Baath Al-Arabi Party and Unionist Association. No official statement has been issued.
Read this news: Sudanese army overthrows 30-year-old President Omar al-Bashir

In a statement issued on social media, Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdouk called on the people to hold peaceful demonstrations against the uprising. Abdullah Hamduk said the army placed him under house arrest and pressured him to speak out in support of the military coup, but when he refused, he was transferred to an unknown location.

At the request of the Prime Minister, democratic activists announced a protest against the uprising. Protests erupted in the capital, Khartoum, with angry people taking to the streets and burning tires.

It should be noted that in 2019, the Sudanese army overthrew the government of President Omar al-Bashir, after which the interim government was formed, but in September there was an attempt to revolt against the interim government, which failed

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