For weeks, tens of thousands in Sudan against President al-Bashir on the street. The security forces respond with violence, 40 people have already died. Impressions of a desperate struggle.
He knows that it could meet every day to him, too. But the Mohamed Awad takes. For weeks, the 30-Year-old with Thousands of other young people on the streets of Khartoum's and calls loudly for freedom, peace, justice - and especially the resignation of long-time dictator Omar al-Bashir. "I have nothing more to lose," says Mohamed. "We live in uncertain times. None of our expectations are met. Many young people have already died."
The security forces against the demonstrators with tear gas, shoot sharp. More than 40 people were killed in the protests in Sudan, reports from human rights organisations. Thousands sit in prisons. But, says Mohamed, the sweat of the first law. "The protests have United the people of the Sudan. The call for change rings out from all corners of the country."
The protesters are demanding the resignation of President al-Bashir.bread prices triple has Mature understood eight
More than 29 years, al-Bashir sent, Arabs against Africans, Muslims against Christians in this matter. Protests, and he hit bloody. The International criminal court adopted on account of human rights crimes and genocide arrest warrant against him. With the independence of South Sudan in 2011, the country also lost a large part of the Oil resources. Mismanagement, corruption and sanctions forced the economy to its knees.
But it was only when the bread prices in December, tripled, and many of the people in famine fell, charged the masses. The opposition, trade unionists, intellectuals, students go since then, all over the country on the road, put down the work, come in sit down strikes. Young people feel their life chances, their future being cheated. The Inflation rate is 73 percent. Before the bakeries there are long queues.
"30 years of injustice, corruption, oppression, imprisonment, unemployment are not enough," says Mohamed. "Young people have no Jobs." He studied medicine, but now have a Job at a delivery service found. About 50 euros he earned per month, more than many others. And yet the best is enough for a week, as he told. The Rest of his parents to shoot. Cash, he can withdraw. Most of the ATMs are out of service or give only small amounts.