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NRCHRD: Press Release on the Arrest of Human Rights Defenders holding a Peaceful Solidarity March with the People of Sudan (19.06.2019)

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Kenya: Council of Governors – Press Statement on the Division of Revenue Bill 2019 (17.06.2019)

Katiba Institute: An Audit of the Implementation of the Constitution of Kenya (18.06.2019)

Sudan: Flash Update No. 7 (17.06.2019)

Sudan: FDFC- Revolutionary Escalation Schedule (16.06.2019)

The noble people of Sudan,

Our triumphant revolution is reconstructing across Sudan; in cities, villages and, the countryside, renewing the covenant with our beloved brothers and sisters who despite their deaths live with us forever. The Sudan we all want and for which they have sacrificed their lives shall become a reality, a respectable sovereign nation.
To the tyrants who believed for a while that victory was theirs, we say, our people will rise up and stretch their wings, a phoenix, shaking off the ashes with will and determination, to recommence the journey and complete the revolution.

The schedule in preparation for revolutionary escalation for this week:

Monday 17 June:
– Awareness campaigns by neighborhood committees, focusing on the current political situation and preparation of the public action agenda
– Promotional activities in neighborhoods and the formation of civil disobedience committees
– Preparation for community meetings and the central colloquium

Tuesday 18 June:
– Signing in the Revolutionary Attendance Ledger to renew commitment to the continuity of the struggle, organization, and revolutionary action towards the transitional civil authority
– Evening demonstrations across Sudan; in cities, towns, and villages in demand of the handover of power to a transitional civil authority and in condemnation of the 3rd of June massacres

Wednesday 19 June:
– Meetings in community centers and open spaces in the neighborhoods to raise awareness about the current political situation and mobilize the masses
– Central colloquia in neighborhoods, towns and villages and continuation of promotional activities
– Evening demonstrations in cities, towns, and villages across Sudan to call for the formation of the transitional civil authority and condemn the 3rd of June massacres

Thursday 20 June:
– Staged demonstrations by professionals, employees, tradesmen, and workers in the national capital and provinces (wearing blue ribbons in condemnation of the sit-in massacres)
– Central colloquia in the capital and in major cities in various states
– Mass processions starting from the neighborhoods of the capital, major cities, and villages in states across Sudan to conference venues in demand of the transitional civil authority and in condemnation of the 3rd of June massacres

Friday 21 June:
– Addresses and five-track revolutionary events in some provinces
– Neighborhood committee meetings
– Central conferences in neighborhoods, towns and, villages along with the continuation of promotional activities.

Saturday 22 June:
– Continuation of the revolutionary events in the provinces
– Central colloquia in neighborhoods, towns and, villages and the continuation of promotional activities

We call upon all the people of Sudan in the neighborhoods in cities, towns, and villages in all parts of our beloved country to print and distribute this schedule widely.

Forces of the Declaration of Freedom and Change
16 June 2019

Statement attributable to the Spokesman for the Secretary-General on the terrorist attacks in Kenya and Somalia (16.06.2019)

The Secretary-General condemns yesterday’s attack in Wajir County, Kenya, in which at least eight police officers were killed and others were injured when their vehicle struck an improvised explosive device. The attack follows the kidnapping of three Kenyan police reservists in Wajir County on Friday, claimed by al Shabaab.

The Secretary-General also condemns the killing of at least eight people and injury of others in a car bomb explosion at a checkpoint in Mogadishu, Somalia, also claimed by al Shabaab.

He expresses his deepest condolences to the families of those killed and to the Governments and people of Kenya and Somalia. He wishes a quick recovery to the injured.

The Secretary-General expresses the solidarity of the United Nations with the Governments of Kenya and Somalia in their efforts to fight terrorism and violent extremism.

Kenya: National Police Service – Press Release – Wajir IED Attack (15.06.2019)

Kenya: County Government of Nandi – Office of the Governor Stephen Sang – Press Release (09.06.2019)

Central Bank of Kenya: Press Release – Circulation of the New Generation Banknotes and Withdrawal of the Older 1,000 Shillings Banknotes (06.06.2019)

Hatua 254 Open letter to the World Bank: “Re: Citizens of Kenya Protest Letter on KSH 75 Billion Loan to the Government of Kenya” (03.06.2019)

 

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