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Khartoum Witnesses Demonstrations Demanding Civilian Rule

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The state of Khartoum, in its three cities, witnessed demonstrations today, called by the coordinators of the resistance committees in the state, demanding civilian rule.

This demonstration comes within the framework of a timetable prepared by the Resistance Coordination Committees in Khartoum after they canceled a demonstration they called for on Wednesday.

These demonstrations also come amid UN calls to consult with Sudanese and international partners by conducting preliminary consultations on a comprehensive political process between the Sudanese parties.

Yesterday, the UN mission revealed seven points of its initiative to manage the political process represented in facilitating the United Nations to support Sudanese stakeholders to reach consensus on how to move forward for the country to address the current political stalemate and the evolution of the path towards democracy and peace.

On the same level, and within the framework of standing on the situation in Sudan, the UN Security Council held an informal meeting yesterday, Wednesday, to discuss the latest developments in Sudan, where the session was held behind closed doors.

Six out of the 15 member states of the Council requested that the session be held, namely the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Norway, Ireland, and Albania, where the session heard enlightenment from the representative of the Secretary-General and the head of the United Nations Integrated Mission to Support the Transitional Phase in Sudan (UNITAMS), Volker Perthes, on the situation in Sudan, and the most important outcome of the session was the call to lift the state of emergency in Sudan.

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