Sudan’s government has confirmed the handing over of seven militaries suspected to be the murderer of two peaceful protesters in 2019 and called for justice for victims of violence. The news was released earlier today by Sudan Tribune in support to find justice for the deceased victims.
According to Tribune, thousands of protesters gather around the Army Head Quarters in Khartoum to call for justice. The Tuesday rally was unforgiven as many were left injured, and two people dead
Army Head Quarters in Khartoum to call for justice
General Abdel Fattah al-Burhane and General Tagelsir al-Hebr present a concluded report on the lingering crisis and pursue peace by handing over seven suspected military officers to the Anthony General of the state for further investigations.
“This will allow the General Prosecutor’s Office to initiate legal proceedings and reach final results,” the army said. Fact: Sudan has been led since August 2019 by a civilian-majority transitional administration, which has promised to bring justice to the victims and their families –.
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