Pro-democracy activists in Sudan have said they will take to the streets across the country until military leaders step down and restore civilian rule.
“We have no option but to go out and demonstrate against the military,” the spokesperson of the Sudanese Professionals Association said.
“Our people decided to bring this coup down, and we will bring it down. We’re still fighting for our freedom, peace and justice,” the BBC quotes Mohamed El-Nour as saying.
57 people have been killed in protests against military rule since October, according to the Central Committee of Sudanese Doctors.