Sudan Police disperse demonstrations in several cities

Sudan Police disperse demonstrations in several cities  Demonstrations erupted in several Sudanese cities, including Khartoum, and the Sudanese police fired tear gas to disperse demonstrations calling for civilian rule.  On Monday, Sudanese police fired tear gas to disperse new demonstrations in the capital, Khartoum, and several cities, calling for civilian rule.  Demonstrations took place in several Sudanese cities, including Khartoum and the cities of Al-Hasahis and Wadmadani in the state of Al-Jazeera (central), the city of Singa in the state of Sennar (southeast), and the cities of Gedaref, Kassala and Port Sudan in the three states of eastern Sudan.  In Khartoum, police forces used tear gas to prevent thousands of demonstrators from reaching the vicinity of the presidential palace, amid hit-and-run operations between the forces and protesters.  The page of the Resistance Committees in the city of Madani in Al Jazeera state broadcast scenes of police firing tear gas at the protesters.  The resistance committees in the city of Port Sudan also broadcast video clips of hundreds of protesters chanting: "The revolution is a people's revolution, and the authority is the authority of the people, and the military is for the barracks."  The Resistance Committees said in a statement that the police used tear gas to disperse the protesters in Port Sudan.  In the city of Kassala, hundreds of protesters came out carrying a banner that reads, "No negotiation, no partnership, no legitimacy, the revolution continues and apostasy is impossible."  On Sunday, the Khartoum Resistance Committees' Coordination called for participation in the "Monday 21 March Millionaire" under the slogan "Restoring the Dignity of Teachers", stressing that it will head to the presidential palace in the center of the capital.  Since last October 25, Sudan has witnessed protests rejecting exceptional measures taken by Army Commander Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, most notably the imposition of a state of emergency and the dissolution of the Sovereignty Councils and the Transitional Ministers.  In exchange for accusations of carrying out a military coup, Al-Burhan said that he took these measures to "correct the course of the transitional period", pledging to hand over power through elections or a national consensus.  And before the October 25 procedures, a transitional phase began in Sudan on August 21, 2019, ending with elections in early 2024, during which power is shared by the army, civil forces and armed movements that signed a peace agreement with the government in 2020.

Demonstrations erupted in several Sudanese cities, including Khartoum, and the Sudanese police fired tear gas to disperse demonstrations calling for civilian rule.

On Monday, Sudanese police fired tear gas to disperse new demonstrations in the capital, Khartoum, and several cities, calling for civilian rule.

Demonstrations took place in several Sudanese cities, including Khartoum and the cities of Al-Hasahis and Wadmadani in the state of Al-Jazeera (central), the city of Singa in the state of Sennar (southeast), and the cities of Gedaref, Kassala and Port Sudan in the three states of eastern Sudan.

In Khartoum, police forces used tear gas to prevent thousands of demonstrators from reaching the vicinity of the presidential palace, amid hit-and-run operations between the forces and protesters.

The page of the Resistance Committees in the city of Madani in Al Jazeera state broadcast scenes of police firing tear gas at the protesters.

The resistance committees in the city of Port Sudan also broadcast video clips of hundreds of protesters chanting: "The revolution is a people's revolution, and the authority is the authority of the people, and the military is for the barracks."

The Resistance Committees said in a statement that the police used tear gas to disperse the protesters in Port Sudan.

In the city of Kassala, hundreds of protesters came out carrying a banner that reads, "No negotiation, no partnership, no legitimacy, the revolution continues and apostasy is impossible."

On Sunday, the Khartoum Resistance Committees' Coordination called for participation in the "Monday 21 March Millionaire" under the slogan "Restoring the Dignity of Teachers", stressing that it will head to the presidential palace in the center of the capital.

Since last October 25, Sudan has witnessed protests rejecting exceptional measures taken by Army Commander Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, most notably the imposition of a state of emergency and the dissolution of the Sovereignty Councils and the Transitional Ministers.

In exchange for accusations of carrying out a military coup, Al-Burhan said that he took these measures to "correct the course of the transitional period", pledging to hand over power through elections or a national consensus.

And before the October 25 procedures, a transitional phase began in Sudan on August 21, 2019, ending with elections in early 2024, during which power is shared by the army, civil forces and armed movements that signed a peace agreement with the government in 2020.

On the impact of global crises, the Egyptian pound falls to 18.27 against the dollar  Refinitiv data showed that the Egyptian pound traded at 18.17-18.27 against the US dollar on Monday, following the Russian attack on Ukraine, which caused a record rise in food prices globally.  Refinitiv data showed that the Egyptian pound was trading at 18.17-18.27 against the US dollar on Monday. The pound was trading at about 15.7 pounds to the dollar the previous day. The central bank raised interest rates by 100 basis points in a surprise monetary policy meeting earlier on Monday.  Egyptians are preoccupied with the surge in food prices that is sweeping the markets against the backdrop of the Russian attack on Ukraine, which prompted Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to intervene by directing the government to price unsubsidized bread for the first time since he took power.  And what happened, following the Russian attack on Ukraine on February 24, which caused a record wave of food prices to rise globally, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).  And last week, the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics in Egypt announced that the annual inflation rate had risen to 10 percent for the month of February, recording the highest rate since mid-2019, justifying the increase by a 20.1% increase in food and beverage prices, especially vegetables and fruits. And bread and cereal.  As the month of Ramadan approaches and the Egyptian markets decorate to receive customers, it is feared that the picture will change this year in light of the wave of high prices that hit the products of the most populous Arab country.

On the impact of global crises, the Egyptian pound falls to 18.27 against the dollar

Refinitiv data showed that the Egyptian pound traded at 18.17-18.27 against the US dollar on Monday, following the Russian attack on Ukraine, which caused a record rise in food prices globally.

Refinitiv data showed that the Egyptian pound was trading at 18.17-18.27 against the US dollar on Monday.
The pound was trading at about 15.7 pounds to the dollar the previous day. The central bank raised interest rates by 100 basis points in a surprise monetary policy meeting earlier on Monday.

Egyptians are preoccupied with the surge in food prices that is sweeping the markets against the backdrop of the Russian attack on Ukraine, which prompted Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to intervene by directing the government to price unsubsidized bread for the first time since he took power.

And what happened, following the Russian attack on Ukraine on February 24, which caused a record wave of food prices to rise globally, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).

And last week, the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics in Egypt announced that the annual inflation rate had risen to 10 percent for the month of February, recording the highest rate since mid-2019, justifying the increase by a 20.1% increase in food and beverage prices, especially vegetables and fruits. And bread and cereal.

As the month of Ramadan approaches and the Egyptian markets decorate to receive customers, it is feared that the picture will change this year in light of the wave of high prices that hit the products of the most populous Arab country.

Central African Republic: launch of the republican dialogue for reconciliation  After the opening speeches, the launch of the talks is scheduled for the next day. Here at the National Assembly, March 21, 2022.  Launch of national reconciliation talks in the Central African Republic, in an attempt to restore peace in the country. Representatives of the ruling party, civil society and other guests gathered at the National Assembly to witness the President's inauguration speech. At the end of 2020, he had promised after his controversial re-election to organize the republican dialogue for reconciliation.  "Central Africans have wanted this dialogue for a very long time ," said President Faustin Archange Touadéra. "And the Central Africans wanted to talk to each other because there have been many periods of crisis, which made it necessary to talk to each other".  Organized by the government, the rebel groups were not invited to the discussions . As for the opposition, previously in favor of such a dialogue, it finally decided to boycott the event, for lack of a clear agenda and no concrete objective.  "It would have been desirable for the armed groups and the opposition to sit down and discuss, but since things are ready, we cannot do otherwise, we will deal with it and see what to do", explains Clothilde Namboi , prefect of Sangha-Mbaéré.  "We decided yesterday after a very long meeting not to participate in the dialogue because some of our conditions were not taken into account on the themes and the agenda" , adds Cyriac Gonda, president of the opposition coalition. COD2020.  According to regional experts, the absence of the rebels and the opposition from the dialogue leaves little chance of improving the country's security. They believe that the forum was set up solely to appease the international community.

Central African Republic: launch of the republican dialogue for reconciliation


After the opening speeches, the launch of the talks is scheduled for the next day. Here at the National Assembly, March 21, 2022.

Launch of national reconciliation talks in the Central African Republic, in an attempt to restore peace in the country. Representatives of the ruling party, civil society and other guests gathered at the National Assembly to witness the President's inauguration speech. At the end of 2020, he had promised after his controversial re-election to organize the republican dialogue for reconciliation.

"Central Africans have wanted this dialogue for a very long time ," said President Faustin Archange Touadéra. "And the Central Africans wanted to talk to each other because there have been many periods of crisis, which made it necessary to talk to each other".

Organized by the government, the rebel groups were not invited to the discussions . As for the opposition, previously in favor of such a dialogue, it finally decided to boycott the event, for lack of a clear agenda and no concrete objective.

"It would have been desirable for the armed groups and the opposition to sit down and discuss, but since things are ready, we cannot do otherwise, we will deal with it and see what to do", explains Clothilde Namboi , prefect of Sangha-Mbaéré.

"We decided yesterday after a very long meeting not to participate in the dialogue because some of our conditions were not taken into account on the themes and the agenda" , adds Cyriac Gonda, president of the opposition coalition. COD2020.

According to regional experts, the absence of the rebels and the opposition from the dialogue leaves little chance of improving the country's security. They believe that the forum was set up solely to appease the international community.
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