[African Arguments] Sudan’s former president was central to South Sudan’s latest peace process.
[allAfrica] Al Jazeera has reported that Sudan’s military rulers arrested two brothers of deposed President Omar al-Bashir as hundreds of people marched in the capital, Khartoum, calling for a swift handover of power to civilian leadership. Abdullah and Abbas Hassan al-Bashir were taken into custody as part of a continuing campaign of arrests against “symbols and leaders of the previous regime”.
[VOA] Reports citing relatives of former Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir say the ousted leader has been moved from house arrest to prison. But protesters who are demanding civilian leadership, instead of the transitional military council, are skeptical.
[Monitor] Kampala -The State Minister for International Affairs, Mr Oryem Okello, yesterday said it was the choice of the Sudanese people to determine their destiny after President Omar al-Bashir was overthrown.
[RFI] Sudan’s highest echelons of the military security establishment are looking for a civilian face to run the country in order to curb the protesters’ anger, otherwise the protest movement will stay on the streets, according to political analysts.
[allAfrica] Cape Town -The head of the political committee of the newly established military transitional council has said in a press conference on Friday that the military has no political agenda for the country.
[Deutsche Welle] The demonstration was the largest in months, despite a government crackdown. The protesters are calling for an end to the thirty year rule of President Omar al-Bashir.
[East African] After four months of street protests, Sudanese President Omar al Bashir and the opposition have reached a deal to negotiate a transitional government.
ON FEBRUARY 22ND millions of Sudanese gathered with bated breath in front of their television screens.
[Nation] Former presidential adviser Ghazi Salah al-Din is emerging as the leader of the movement seeking to remove Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir from power.