African Union Finally Suspends Sudan After Janjaweed Militia Massacred Protesters

African Union Finally Suspends Sudan After Janjaweed Militia Massacred Protesters
Sudan is being held hostage by an Egypt and Saudi Arabia backed Arab minority.

AFRICANGLOBE – The African Union has suspended Sudan’s membership until the military hands over power to a civilian-led transitional government.  A tweet from its Peace and Security Council reads:

“The #AU Peace and Security Council has with immediate effect suspended the participation of the Republic of #Sudan in all #AU activities until the effective establishment of a Civilian-led Transitional Authority, as the only way to allow the Sudan to exit from the current crisis.

Sudan has been engulfed in a power crisis with the military since a public uprising led to the fall of long-time ruler Omar al-Bashir. Civilian protests have been going on for months calling for the military to hand over to civilian rule. The military who initially proposed a three-year transition period led by the army, this week revised the period down to nine months.

This comes after attempts to disperse civilians sit-in strikes that have paralyzed the country for months led to the death of over a hundred people.

 

By: Michael Tantoh

 

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