Pro-democracy protests are once again taking place in several cities and towns across Sudan as people reject October’s coup and call for the release of recently arrested politicians. The BBC reports that since last week three politicians who had once been in the ruling sovereign council have been detained. They had all been part of a task force appointed to dismantle the economic and political networks set up during former president Omar al-Bashir’s rule of almost three decades.
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