Thousands of Sudanese take to the streets, condemning the massacre of the sit-in on June 3
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Thousands of Sudanese have taken to the streets today to protest against the use of violence by the security forces on June 3, and to support what the Sudanese Professionals Association called (Justice First Marches), today is the 40th anniversary of the martyrs who killed in the break up of the sit-in outside the army headquarters in Khartoum on June 3.
Thousands of Sudanese have marched today in many cities inside and outside Khartoum to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the martyrs, including university’s students from different university, the University of Science and Technology, Ahfad University for Women and Al-Razi University, chanting “blood should met by blood”.
A statement issued by the Sudanese Professionals Association (S.P.A) stressed the need for a independent and thorough investigation into the crime of the deadly crackdown on June 3 and to bring the perpetrators who ordered, planned and carried out the massacres and violations against the protesters at the sit-in outside the army headquarter to justice, The statement also stressed the accountability and prosecution of spoilers to restore the Looted funds.