The Resistance Committees in Khartoum announce the dates of 4 “unified million” and the Human Rights Council and the US Senate discuss the situation in Sudan

The resistance committees in Khartoum announced that they intend to organize 4 “unified millionaires” this month in the context of months-long protests calling for civilian rule, while the United Nations Human Rights Council and the US Senate are discussing the situation in Sudan.

In a statement published today, Tuesday, the Coordination of the Resistance Committees in Khartoum – formed by activists – said that what it described as unified millions will be organized on February 7, 14, 21 and 28. She added that the rest of the month will witness what she called other forms of struggle, according to what the local resistance committees see.

The resistance committees in Khartoum also said that this month will be “a great month in the march of the revolution, during which the drafting of the charter of the Khartoum committees will be completed, and its proposal for the unity of the anti-coup revolutionary forces,” according to the statement, which was published by the Anatolia News Agency.

Thousands of Sudanese demonstrated again on Sunday, and the Sudanese Doctors Committee confirmed the killing of a protester by security forces’ bullets.

Since the army chief, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, overthrew the government of Abdullah Hamdok on October 25, Sudan has witnessed continuous protests, in which more than 70 demonstrators have been killed, according to the Sudan Doctors Committee.

Sudan situation discussion

Today, Tuesday, the United Nations Human Rights Council will hold a session in Geneva to discuss the human rights file in Sudan and the repercussions of the current political crisis on it.

The Sudanese government said that it is not interested in this session, and will not cooperate on any outcomes resulting from it, and attributed the reason to the council’s insistence on adopting the former permanent representative of Sudan despite his dismissal from his post.

The National Human Rights Mechanism in Sudan expressed its deep regret over what it called the complications imposed by the Human Rights Council on Sudan’s participation.

It is noteworthy that the Sudanese government sent an official delegation headed by the Minister of Justice in charge to review Sudan’s report in accordance with the established standards.

In Washington, the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee is holding a hearing on the situation in Sudan today.

The session will be held in the presence of Molly Faye, Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, and Isobel Coleman, Deputy Administrator of the US Agency for International Development.

The committee will hear testimonies on what it called the turbulent transition in Sudan, and US policy in the wake of what it called the seizure of power last October 25.

Politically also, Norway confirmed its support for the political consultations conducted by the United Nations Mission in Sudan with the aim of reaching a solution to the current crisis.

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