By: Al-Sammani Awadallah
Khartoum – the concerned security forces managed yesterday to remove the blocks and open the streets in Khartoum downtown and in front of Mac Nimer bridge after a 2-day closure by the protesters a matter that resulted to traffic jams and delaying of work in several public institutions in Khartoum.
Protestors blocked main roads in the capital city of Khartoum said earlier that they will not remove the blocks unless their demands are achieved.
It is to be noted that the protestors had deliberately closed a number of the capital’s main and side streets, as well as the Mac Nimir Bridge, which links Khartoum with the northern city of Bahri.
Demonstrators also set fire to tyres, bringing traffic in the capital to a standstill.
Now the flow of traffic returned to normal in front of Mac Nimir bridge a matter that found relief among the citizens who suffered in the recent two days from the closure of the street and the bridge.
It is worth noting that The negotiations between the Transitional Military Council (TMC) and the Forces of the Declaration of Freedom and Change (FDFC) have achieved a new breakthrough in its second day by reaching agreement on the sovereignty council, the council of ministers and the legislative body.