State media in Sudan stated that an attempted coup “failed” early on Tuesday. But did not name the conspirators.
There was a failed coup and the people should confront it. According to official media, without going into further detail.
“They failed,” according to a high-ranking government official. In their effort to take over the state media facility.
The source stated that a group of cops “were part in the effort but they were promptly suspend.”
On Tuesday, traffic looked to be running freely through central Khartoum, even past the army headquarters. Where months of protests led to the overthrow of veteran president Omar Al-Bashir in a palace coup two years ago.
Sudanese security forces did, however, block the key Nile bridge connecting Khartoum with Omdurman, Sudan’s twin city.
Sudan, now governed by a transitional administration made up of civilian and military officials. In addition which was there in place after the ouster of Bashir in April 2019. Also is responsible for supervising the return to full civilian authority.
The shaky transition has overshadowed by deep political divides. Also persistent economic challenges left over from the Bashir administration.
To be eligible for debt relief from the International Monetary Fund. The government has made a series of difficult economic changes in recent months.
Many Sudanese thought the measures, which included cutting subsidies and letting the Sudanese pound float, were too severe.
Protests over IMF-backed reforms and increased living expenses have occurred on a sporadic basis.
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