Press Release – Lifting of Al Jawda Sit-in – Khartoum City Resistance Committees Coordination

Our brave and courageous people, we address you on this blessed day, the Day of Arafa, which will be followed by the first day of Eid Al-Adha, may God bring it back to our nation and our country while under total civil rule that puts an end to the bloody military coup in which over a hundred people were killed, thousands were injured, and hundreds were arrested. We crowned the sacrifices with the earthquake of the thirtieth of June, which shook the pillars of the coup regime to offer a fragile proposal comparable to what remained of the coup regime. June 30 march extended to cities sit-ins, continuing the growing mass revolutionary tide, through the tried and innovative peaceful revolutionary methods of our people. The sit-in was a dagger in the hearts of the enemies of the revolution, claiming of lands, roads and arenas to express the rejection of the regime. The sit-in served as a forum for revolutionary discussions, solidarity among revolutionary masses, and the exchange of revolutionary opinions on the future of the revolution and its challenges.

Aside from the negative impact on Al Jawda Hospital due to the location of the sit-in, and taking into consideration the the residents of Al-Dayum and the areas adjacent to the sit-in square and to facilitate the rituals of the blessed Eid Al-Adha, such as visitations, in addition to the decline of the decentralized revolutionary movement from various neighborhoods to a centralized and continuous form.

Therefore, we, the Khartoum City Resistance Committees Coordination, announce the lifting of Al Jawda Sit-in, and we are all confident that we will return to the weapon of the sit-ins, more organized, united, and stronger, having benefited from the experiences of the past and the practice of the present, and looking forward to the best political and field performance, toward achieving the freedom, peace, and justice aspirations of our honorable people.

Khartoum City Resistance Committees Coordination
June 8, 2022