Sudanese coup: Security forces arrest dozens of protesters, dismiss Al-Burhan official bank managers

Sudanese coup: Security forces arrest dozens of protesters, dismiss Al-Burhan official bank managers

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Sudanese security forces used tear gas to disperse two demonstrations on Sunday against a military coup and arrested dozens of protesters.

Hundreds of people protested in Atbara, in the north of the country, chanting “No military rule.”

But life in central Khartoum seemed almost normal, despite calls by the Sudanese Professionals Association for civil disobedience on Sunday and Monday against the coup that the country witnessed last month.

Meanwhile, Sudanese military chief Abdul-Fattah al-Burhan has fired the directors of all official banks in the country following a decision to dismiss all directors of public sector companies.

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