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BREAKING: Heavy Gunshots In Sudan As Military Moves To Take Over Power
An attempted coup in Sudan “failed” early on Tuesday, state media reported, calling on people to repulse it.
Graduates Sudanese protesters gather outside the main entrance to the southern port in Port Sudan.
Sudanese authorities reported a coup attempt on Tuesday by a group of soldiers but said the attempt failed and that the military remains in control.
Sudan’s state-run television called on the public “to counter” the attempt but did not provide further details. Sudan’s democratic transition at a crossroads Sudan sentences paramilitaries to death for killing protesters.
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The revolution is victorious,” Mohamed Al Faki Suleiman, a member of the ruling military-civilian council, wrote on Facebook. He also called on the Sudanese to protect the transition.
Meanwhile, Sudanese television began broadcasting patriotic songs. A military official said an unspecified number of troops from the armored corps were behind the attempt and that they tried to take over several government institutions but were stopped in their tracks.
The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorised to brief the media, said many troops, including high-ranking officers, have been arrested.
He did not provide further details, saying that a military statement would be released shorty. Suleiman said that the interrogation of suspects involved in the attempted coup on Monday was due to begin and the military would issue a statement shortly.
Sudan has been on a fragile path to democratic rule since the military ousted the country’s longtime autocratic ruler Omar al-Bashir in April 2019, following four months of mass protests. The country is now ruled by a joint civilian and military government that faces towering economic and security challenges.