UNITED STATES (VOP TODAY NEWS) — The Sudanese Workers’ Rally announced the organization of a two million convoy on Saturday, dubbed the “Justice First” parade and coinciding with 40 days of the deaths of protesters in front of the army headquarters.
“The transparent and fair investigation and the prosecution of perpetrators of all massacres and violations against the peaceful revolutionaries of justice is the only and fundamental way to build the state of law and institutions, our pledge to the martyrs, who have risen to widen the road,” the group of professionals said in a statement posted on its Facebook page.
It should be noted that the Sudanese security forces stormed the sit-in center of Khartoum on the third of last June, and forcibly removed it, killing dozens and injuring hundreds.
Amid claims to hold the culprits accountable, the transitional military junta in Sudan announced the arrest of between 700 and 1,000 military personnel who took part in storming the sit-in in front of the General Command.
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