Dozens of Sundaneses took to the streets to celebrate president Omar al-Bashir’s removal from office in Khartoum on Thursday. According to reports, Ministry of Defence has officially announced al-Bashir’s arrest on national television.
Carrying Sudan’s flags, residents gathered in different points of the city with excitement after the announcement. Footage also shows people marching and driving... Еще over a bridge in the city.
Protests demanding al-Bashir’s resignation began in December, when the government announced the decision to increase the price of bread and fuel. Since then, the movement has escalated to demand the president's resignation. Al-Bashir has held office since 1989.
Al-Bashir’s thirty-year rule came to an end on Thursday when Sudan’s military seized power and placed the ousted president under and placed house arrest.