YEMEN Press Agency

Sudanese protesters reject foreign interference, tutelage

KHARTOUM, Nov. 19 (YPA) – Hundreds of Sudanese came out on Saturday,  in the capital, Khartoum, on Saturday, in a protest against foreign interference in internal affairs, and reject the expected political agreement between the forces of freedom and change and the military.

The protesters gathered in front of the United Nations headquarters in Khartoum, following calls by the former ruling National Congress Party and Islamist currents.

The demonstrators carried national flags and banners that read, “The Sudanese people have the right to make the constitution”.

“No to bilateral settlement and No to UN intervention”.  “The people reject tutelage”, and No to the new constitutional document”.