Sudan: Head of government in military custody – view

Hamduk had been taken to the residence for his own safety, Al-Burhan said during a speech on Tuesday. The Hamduk office then demanded the immediate release of the head of government on the Facebook page of the Ministry of Information. At the same time, Hamduk’s supporters announced that they would resist the coup with protests and civil disobedience.

The military took power on Monday in the East African country with around 44 million inhabitants. Al-Burhan announced the disempowerment of the civilian government and declared a state of emergency.

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