Hundreds of Sudanese protesters took to the streets to protest a recent deal aimed at ending the crisis caused by last year’s military coup.
Mutinous troops in restive Burkina Faso arrested President Roch Marc Christian Kabore on Monday and detained him in army barracks a day after staging an uprising, security sources told AFP.
The military has squeezed the press since taking power in a February coup, arresting dozens of journalists critical of its crackdown
Burhan has insisted the military’s takeover “was not a coup” but only meant to “rectify the course of the Sudanese transition”
Sudan had been ruled since August 2019 by a joint civilian-military council, as part of a transition to full civilian rule.
Analysts have said the Sudan coup was far from surprising, and was expected to be met by heavy civilian resistance
“We will not leave the streets until the civilian government is back,” Sawsan Bashir, another protester, told AFP
The minister explained that France’s “abandonment” of Mali meant “everything had to be considered to secure the country,” the official said.
The dust begins to settle over the border. But could there be a coup coming to SA any time soon?
As Uncle Bob finally shuffles off into autocratic obscurity we take a look at a bunch of African nations who know the drill all too well.
It’s Bob and the boys.
After 37 years in office, this is likely the end of Bob’s regime.
The EFF add their voice to the political situation in Zim.
Zimbabwe’s armed forced aren’t openly stating this is a coup. Why is that?
DA calls for a democratic process in Zim