13 injured in freedom resistance protests in Sudan
Sudan Doctors Committee reported that 13 people were injured as a result of the intervention of the security forces in the protests, which demanded the transfer of power to civilians.
The committee announced that the security forces attacked the demonstrators, who took to the streets in Khartoum, demanding the release of the civilian administration, the release of those detained and the accountability of those who died in the protests, with tear gas and live bullets.
In the statement, it was stated that 13 people were injured, 4 of them with live bullets, as a result of the intervention of the security forces.
The death toll in the demonstrations that has continued since October 25, 2021, when the military seized power in Sudan, has risen to 95.
The efforts of international organizations such as the United Nations and the African Union to resolve the political crisis that started after the army took over the administration were inconclusive.
The military leaders at the head of the Sovereignty Council, the highest governing body of the transition period, announced that they would remain in power until the government that will be elected in July 2023 is formed.