Stand-off in Sudan as civilians defy military


Say no talks without inquiry over deaths

By Anthony Opara

The civilians in Sudan are defying the military’s call on them to return to the discussion table.

This is because they are insisting on an international inquiry into the death of over a hundred civilians that were killed when the army opened fire on protesters in Khartoum several days ago.

The umbrella African Union, AU has already expelled the country from its membership roll even as global outrage over the action of the military persists.

Sudan has not had a universally acceptable government since the ouster of former President Omar al Bashir a few weeks ago.

The shooting of the civilians has taken the shine off the trial process for the ousted dictator.

Sudan’s ousted President, Omar al Bashir

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