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32 were injured in the stone throwing in the Sudan

During a meeting of the partirådet attacked the politicians, whose party was aligned with the now deposed dictator Omar al-Bashir's regime, by unknown perpetrators.

When the meeting participants took a break was attacked by a group of people who threw stones at them. Thirty-two members of the council were injured, and ten of the party's cars were destroyed, " says a spokesperson for the PCP.

the sudanese oppositionsalliansen call the event "an isolated incident".

"the Alliance insists on the peaceful protests," he says.

after months of massive protests. The demonstrations have continued, now directed against the military council that took over power.

During Saturday ongoing talks between the military council and the opposition. Both sides have called the talks fruitful, and hope shortly to be able to deliver a solution to the question of how Sudan should be governed.

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