Algerian, Sudanese Protesters Unite in Anti-Govts Rally in London

Published March 4th, 2019 - 08:25 GMT
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As Algerians and Sudanese have been going on protests for weeks now against their brutal and oppressive governments, they have become now more determined than ever before to keeping up pressure until they overthrow their ruling regimes.

The protests were taken to other countries with large diaspora numbers of Sudanese and Algerians as well; including the UK and France.

A video of the moment when Algerian and Sudanese protesters took to the streets of London went viral; they bumped into each other while both chanting anti-government slogans.

In the video both groups of protesters gathered chanting slogans that condemn both the Algerian and Sudanese governments’ oppression and authoritarianism.

This comes at a time when Arab Spring waves have arrived at both African nations. Algeria and Sudan thought they have survived the 2011 wave of popular protests that hit neighboring Tunisia and Libya and who ousted their long-ruling leaders that year.




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