A Sudanese opposition group has launched a signature collection campaign to remove the current government.
In a statement on Sunday, signed by more than 100 people, the group called on “all Sudanese opposition forces to prepare for a civil disobedience action and set a date for the ending of the Islamist regime led by President Al Bashir”.
The statement pointed to the futility of the 2020 general election that will undoubtedly be won by the ruling National Congress Party. “The only way to save the country is to end and dismantle the regime and establish a transitional government,” it said.
The text will be distributed to all Sudanese websites and social media to collect as many signatures as possible from Sudanese in the country and abroad during the coming two weeks.
Translations will be issued as well “with the aim to inform the regional and international community of the suffering experienced by the Sudanese under the regime of the Islamic movement”.