Sudan: Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan calms things down

As scenes of chaos escalated in Sudan and security forces fired tear gas at many anti-coup rallies, the Commander-in-Chief of Sudan said, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, took advantage of a television interview to confirm his willingness to honor his commitments:

“I can assure you that we will keep our promise, did he say, Which we have presented to the people and the international community, that is, we commit to complete the transition, to organize elections as planned, and to respect all political activities, as long as they remain peaceful and in accordance with the constitution and the active parts of the constitutional declaration.”

Abdel Fattah Al Buran He also returned to accusations of suppressing anti-coup protesters:

“The armed forces do not kill their sons. Investigation committees have been formed and they will verify the truth of what happened. We insist on spreading false news with the aim of harming the forces…the armed forces…they deliberately weakened us as a pillar of Sudan’s security and territorial integrity.”

However, according to the Independent Central Committee of Doctors of Sudan, At least 14 protesters were reportedly killed About 300 others have been wounded since the army seized power on 25 October.

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