The Middle East Eye

Convoys from around Sudan have arrived in the capital Khartoum on Thursday to join an ongoing sit-in protesting against military rule after three-decade ruler Omar al-Bashir was ousted last month. 

The military council that removed Bashir from power has hinted that it is tiring of an almost month-long sit-in outside the military headquarters, which helped unseat the former president, saying it will not accept “chaos”. 

Thursdays have become the focus of weekly “million-strong” marches that have attracted protesters from around the country keen to join the demand for the military council to hand power to a civilian authority. 

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