It warned its citizens of civil disobedience that could last for weeks.. the United States condemns the practices of the Sudanese military against the demonstrators

The US embassy in Sudan warned its citizens of the possibility of civil disobedience in the capital and other states today, Tuesday.

After meeting with the new US envoy to the Horn of Africa, David Satterfield, the military leaders in the Transitional Sovereign Council have publicly committed themselves to dialogue to resolve the current crisis, Molly said in the Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs.

But she added that the actions of these military leaders to commit more violence against protesters and to detain civil society activists showed something else, and these actions would have “consequences.”

In the same context, the US Embassy warned its citizens of the possibility of civil disobedience today, urging them to take precautions and avoid potential crowds and demonstrations.

The embassy noted that undeclared protests and acts of civil disobedience may continue for weeks to come.

On the other hand, the Central Committee of Sudan Doctors said that the total injuries in the demonstrations yesterday, Monday, amounted to 169, including 32 injuries from live bullets, after it announced that 3 people had been killed during the demonstrations.

And since last October 25, Sudan has witnessed protests against the exceptional measures taken by the army chief, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, which political forces considered a “military coup.”

The Central Committee of Sudan Doctors – a union group loyal to the protest movement – said that the death toll since the start of the protests has reached 76.

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