Be arrested. Later, the military will make an important statement.
According to Overseas Network
Foreign media: Sudanese presidential palace surrounded by the army will make a statement
Bashir (Tuyuan: Bloomberg)
Overseas Network, April 11, according to foreign media reports, 11 local time, Sudanese President Bashirs residence has been surrounded by the army. The military will issue a major statement.
According to the New York Times, Sudanese state television said that the Sudanese military would issue a major statement on the 11th local time. Bloomberg reported that the presidential palace in Khartoum, the capital of Sudan, had been surrounded by military personnel.
Protester crowd (source: New York Times)
Since December 19 last year, Sudanese public protests have lasted for four months, initially triggered by rising cost of living, but later gradually turned to calling for the president to step down after nearly 30 years in power. The United States has long accused Khartoum of supporting terrorist organizations and has imposed sanctions on Sudan for more than 20 years, thus keeping its economy in a state of tension.
Bashars Political Career
He was re-elected President of the Republic of Sudan in October 1993 and remains Prime Minister of the Government.
He was re-elected President in December 2000.
The President was sworn in in in July 2005.
In November 2005, he was re-elected President of the Sudanese National Congress Party.
On 4 March 2009, the International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant against the President of the Sudan for war crimes and crimes against humanity. This is the first time that the International Criminal Court has issued an arrest warrant against a current head of state.
On April 27, 2015, the Sudanese Electoral Commission announced that the current President of the Sudan had won the general election held from 13 to 16 this month and would be re-elected as President of the Sudan.
On August 10, 2018, as a candidate of the ruling party of Sudan, he participated in the presidential election of 2020.
Foreign media: Sudanese President declares a state of emergency and dissolves the government
According to Al Jazeera, Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir announced a year-long state of emergency and dissolved the government in a televised speech on February 22, local time. It is understood that protests against deteriorating economic conditions, rising prices and shortage of necessities have led to demonstrations in several major cities in Sudan since mid-December of last year, which have gradually spread to many parts of the country.