October 19, 2021

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Protesters in East Sudan

The Supreme Council of Beja Opticals and Independent Amudia in East Sudan has announced the closure of a petrol station from the “revolutionaries of the East” in Haya to the capital, Khartoum.

Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. Demands.

Abdullah Obsar, a spokesman for the Supreme Council of Beja Opticals and Independent Ambulance, said the government was “inciting citizens of the East, so it is taking drastic measures, including closing the railways.”

In a statement to the Al-Sudani website, Observer added that the Minister of Oil “considered that the railway closure would not affect oil traffic from Port Sudan and that it was a” provocative thing “:” The Minister will not change the oil via Bluetooth or WhatsApp. We will not open the railways, “he said. Will witness increasing steps.

For his part, the council’s chairman, Mehmet Oshik, told the Anatolian agency, “Unless there is any attempt by the government to find a solution, we have other expansion measures, including Internet and communication cables, in the Red Sea.”

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According to the Sudanese Tribune, neither federal officials nor the governments of the eastern states (Red Sea, Kassala and Gaddafi) have yet intervened in these cases, and in light of the leaks, the military component refuses to deal with the closure of national roads in the wake of political demands.

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It is noteworthy that the Supreme Council of Beja Glasses represents civilian leaders calling on the Sudanese government to rescind the Juba peace agreement reached in October 2020 between Carda and rebel groups.

The Tribal Council opposes the “Eastern Path” within the peace treaty signed in Juba because it complains that the eastern regions are being marginalized and seeks to cancel the route and establish a national conference on Eastern issues. This gives approval to development projects.

Source: Sudan Media + “Anatolia Agency”