Protestas en Sudán contra golpe de Estado

Gran número de sudaneses protestaron el domingo, en contra del golpe de Estado de octubre y el subsiguiente acuerdo que reinstaló en el poder al primer ministro Abdala Hamdok pero ignoró al movimiento

SUDAN PROTESTAS
SUDAN PROTESTAS

Gran número de sudaneses protestaron el domingo, en contra del golpe de Estado de octubre y el subsiguiente acuerdo que reinstaló en el poder al primer ministro Abdala Hamdok pero ignoró al movimiento.

Las protestas estallaron en la capital Jartum y en otras partes del país.

Se trató del tercer aniversario del alzamiento que eventualmente derrocó al gobernante autoritario Omar al-Bashi y su gobierno islamista en abril de 2019.

Sudán luego pasó por una frágil transición hacia la democracia bajo una junta cívica-militar. El 25 de octubre pasado los militares protagonizaron un golpe de Estado y estallaron protestas callejeras.

Videos colocados en internet muestran a los manifestantes marchando por las calles de Jartum y de Omdurman el domingo. Los alzados ondeaban banderas sudanesas y otras con retratos de personas caídas durante protestas anteriores.

Poco antes, las autoridades sudanesas habían fortalecido las medidas de seguridad en la capital, colocando barricadas frente a edificios públicos a fin de evitar el ingreso de los alzados a la sede militar y al palacio presidencial.

También bloquearon vías y puentes que comunican a Jartum con Omdurman.

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