According to a local committee of doctors, the death toll in Sudan from protests against the army taking control of the country has risen to 24.
The Independent Central Committee of Physicians announced the latest death of the protester “who was shot in the head on November 13 by the military council forces of the coup and was under the care of Al-Waad Hospital”.
Sudan’s ruling military council declared a state of emergency on October 25 and disbanded the transitional sovereign council and government, hours after arresting Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok and ministers in his civilian government.
This council also suspended some provisions of the constitutional document planning the political transition.
Prior to taking control of the military, Sudan was governed by a sovereign council of military and civilian officials, which oversaw the transition to elections scheduled for 2023 as part of an uncertain power-sharing pact between the army and the Coalition for Power. freedom and change ”.
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