Protesters demonstrated in several Sudanese regions to coincide with the third anniversary of the sit-in dispersal in front of the Army General Command, which occurred on June 3, 2019, and in response to the calls of the resistance committees.

The demonstrators raised slogans against the military in power, calling for civilian rule and retribution for those involved in the killing of the sit-in and demonstrators.

The Central Committee of Sudan Doctors confirmed the death of a protester after being hit by live bullets in the demonstrations that took place today in the capital, Khartoum (Shambat neighborhood), the Khartoum North area, and Omdurman.

And since last October 25, Sudan has witnessed protests, rejecting exceptional measures taken by the army chief, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, most notably the imposition of a state of emergency and the dissolution of the Sovereignty Councils and the Transitional Ministers.

In exchange for accusations of carrying out a "military coup", Al-Burhan said that he took these measures to correct the course of the transitional phase, pledging to hand over power either through elections or a national consensus.

Before these measures, Sudan had been living, since August 21, 2019, a 53-month transitional period that ends with holding elections in early 2024.

And it was assumed that power would be shared during that stage by the army, civilian forces and armed movements that signed a peace agreement with the government in 2020.