KHARTOUM, Sudan – Sudan’s ruling navy has acknowledged that safety forces dedicated violations after they moved in to disperse a protest sit-in camp outdoors the navy headquarters in Khartoum final week.
The spokesman of the ruling navy council, Gen. Shams Eddin Kabashi, says an investigation is underway and a number of other navy officers are already in custody over the violations.
Kabashi spoke to reporters at a information convention late Thursday. He did not elaborate on the violations past saying they had been “painful and outrageous.”
He additionally rejected all requires a global investigation into the incident.
Final week’s violence, which protest organizers stated left over 100 killed, marked an alarming flip within the standoff between the protesters and the Sudanese navy, which eliminated longtime autocrat Omar al-Bashir from energy in April after a months-long common rebellion.