Anti-government demonstrations continue as the government has increased the bread price triggering crisis in Sudan. President Omar Al-Bashir, who came to power in a coup in 1989, neglects the resign demands and responds with a state of emergency. Sudanese opposition parties claim 22 people killed due to governmental armed repression, meanwhile the Amnesty International counts 37 victims.
Norway, Canada, US and UK blame the Sudanese government for using live ammunition against participants of protests. Moreover, the biggest opposition parties - Democratic Unionist and Umma - have gathered various groups around them and are decisive to topple Al-Bashir's dictatorship.