Umar Al- Bashir announced an emergency in Sudan
Reporter: Soraya Ahadi
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, who was faced with the biggest public protests in the last three decades, for one year, he has declared an emergency situation. According to Reuters, Omar al-Bashir, who spoke on one of the television stations: In announcing this, he called on the parliament to postpone the amendment to a constitution that would allow him to run for the presidency of the 2020 election. The anti-government protests began late last year. The protests began because of the cost and lack of money. Omar Al- Bashir has also said that he will dissolve the government and introduce a new team. He has asked the opposition to discuss the problems. Sudanese President, in another order, has set up a temporary government consisting of a senior official from each ministry.
Political activists say that since the beginning of the protests, 60 people have been killed, only 32 of which are announced by the government, of which three security personnel are subject to the deaths.