Former President Bashir freed for a few hours to attend the mother’s funeral


International Desk: Former Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir was released for hours after attending his mother’s funeral. Russian media reported today that the ousted president was allowed to attend the funeral of the mother through tight security. But the country’s military junta did not allow any media to enter. Omar al-Bashir’s mother recently died at the helm of a military hospital in Khartoum. In the last days of his life, he was anxious to meet the prisoner. However, Sudan’s junta government refused to give him the opportunity.
Sudan’s president, Omar al-Bashir, has been ousted in the military coup since April 11, when he was ousted. The army ousted him with the opportunity to protest, citing a government announcement to raise fuel and bread prices.
On June 3, one person was killed in a bloody raid by security forces on the same day. Five more were injured. In addition, members of Rapid Support Forces have been allegedly attacking civilians while traveling on different roads in the capital Khartoum.
Countries like the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia sponsored the army to overthrow Omar al-Bashir. Last June, the United States called for the arrest of Sudan’s junta government.


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