Ruling National Congress Party in Sudan NCP has accused certain hostile parties to Sudan which it failed to identify, of exploiting current protests across the country to claim lives of greatest number of teachers and doctors to incite their unions to go on inclusive strikes.
Local newspaper of Masader quoted deputy head of the NCP’s political sector, Mohamed Mustafa al-Daw as saying “unfamiliar weapons were seized by security forces on hands of rebel groups during the unrest”.
Al-Daw slammed the opposition-linked Sudanese Professional Association SPA, saying it was used as guise by Sudanese communist party, pointing that Sudanese people can’t be mobilized by “a shadow” entity alluding to SPA.
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