Syrians inspired by both tunisia and Egypt are planning a collective protest against their corrupt Government on #Feb5
Calls for anti-regime protests in #Algeria on 12 February http://bit.ly/fUx1SZ (in Arabic)
The Syrian and Sudanese have set their revolution dates already?! Four down, eighteen more to go! #ArabRevolutions
Spanish TV TVE just reported troops in #Morocco were mobilised from Sahara to #Rabat & #Casablanca.
The first of these protests will be in the Sudan
KHARTOUM, SUDAN —
A group of young Sudanese activists proclaim January 30, 2011 to be the beginning of peaceful demonstrations to bring down the military regime in Sudan. This campaign is calling on all sectors of Sudanese to get out January 30th and demonstrate in the streets of Sudan's most populated cities. The largest assembly and demonstration will take place on Palace Street, which is located a few meters from the presidential palace of Sudanese President Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir. The invitation for the demonstration excludes the leaders of the traditional opposition parties who are not willing to confront the Islamic military regime, which has been ruling Sudan since 1989.
The call for this action came one day after the leader of the Umma Party, Mr. Alsadiq Al-mahdi, announced that he would continue peaceful dialogue with the current government. His speech is widely regarded by most young Sudanese, including members of the Umma party, as disappointing and lacking insight into the systematic destruction of the country by Al-Bashir`s government. His political views show that he continues to disengage himself from the issues vital to Sudanese activists. This call for demonstrations coincides with the 116th anniversary of the liberation of Khartoum by Imam Mohammed Ahmed al-Mahdi on January 26, 1885, great grandfather of Mr. Alsadiq Al-Mahdi. Their intent is to peacefully express anger at the decades of corruption, violence, and human right violations, which led to the separation of the South and which could lead to the potential separation of the West.
It is no secret that the young people who have called for the demonstration have seen what has happened in Tunisia and Egypt, where young generations have loudly spoken against unemployment and political marginalization.
We would like to be clear that this is a call for removal of this government.
In a statement, on its Facebook page, the Liberal Democratic Party, represented by Mr. Adel Abd Atti and Ms. Noor Tour, invite all members to participate in the demonstration, planned for January 30th.
It is time to change the face of Sudan and to end decades of injustice, marginalization, and corruption.
Yesterday there was a demo in Mauritania in support of the uprising in Egypt.
Plusieurs centaines de Mauritaniens ont manifesté vendredi soir à Nouakchott pour exprimer leur soutien aux manifestants égyptiens, a constaté un correspondant de Xinhua.
Deux marches piétonne et motorisée ont parcouru l’avenue Nasser, principal artère de la capitale mauritanienne, scandant des slogans hostiles au président égyptien Hosni Moubarak.
Les manifestants ont également appelé le président Moubarak à "quitter le pouvoir et à laisser au peuple égyptien la liberté de choisir ses dirigeants". Les marcheurs qui se sont rassemblés devant l’ambassade d’Egypte à Nouakchott ont condamné la répression policière, dont ont été victimes les manifestants égyptiens avec lesquels ils ont exprimé toute leur solidarité.
Ces marches, qui se sont déroulées dans la discipline, étaient suivies par les forces de l’ordre.