Sudanese Professionals Association (S.P.A) and opposition parties on Thursday called for new demonstrations to demand the resignation of President Al-Bashir, hours after the announcement of the new government, which included nine former ministers.
The gathering of Sudanese professionals, on its social networking sites, called to participate in demonstrations in Khartoum and a number of states, calling them “processions of freedom and change,” he said it would start at 1 pm.
The S.P.A has set points for the launching of demonstrations in Khartoum, Omdurman and Bahry, while reaffirming the commitment of the professional community and its allies to work peacefully in all steps that seek change.
Prime Minister Mohamed Tahir announced yesterday the new ministerial reshuffle, which includes 39 ministers, which are qualified and experienced.
Sudan is suffering from economic problems caused by its loss of its share of oil after the secession of the South, which amounted to 70%, which lost a lot of hard currency.