Today, the Sudanese Professionals Caucus announced its withdrawal from the opposition forces of Freedom and Change.
In a statement today, the assembly said that it had withdrawn its recognition of all existing structures of the Alliance for the Liberation of Freedom and Change, led by the Central Council for Freedom and Change.
The assembly published a statement, through its account on Twitter, during which it announced the organization of an urgent conference of the revolutionary forces that signed the declaration and outside it, to discuss the rebuilding and restructuring of freedom and change to become an expression of the forces with an interest in protecting and building on the gains of the December revolution.
The statement said, “The declaration, ultimately and in the beginning, belongs to the Sudanese people and its revolutionary masses.” And the Sudanese gathering continued in its statement, “Our position in the gathering of professionals is the side of the aspirations of our people and its renewed revolution with the dearest of its cherished sacrifices and its protracted sit-in. To gather, and they will spare no effort in straightening every warp or aberration that marred the revolution of our revolution even if we were a party to it. ”
Today, Saturday, Turkey and Greece exchanged sharp words about converting the Hagia Sophia Museum in Istanbul into a mosque, a day after the Friday prayers in the historical site, for the first time in nine decades.
Today, the Turkish Foreign Ministry condemned statements made by Greek officials and the burning of the Turkish flag in Greece, in protest against the performance of the Islamic prayer there.
In a statement, Turkish Foreign Ministry Spokesman, Hamis Aksoy, said that Greece “has again demonstrated its hostility to Islam and Turkey under the pretext of reacting to the opening of the Hagia Sophia Mosque for prayer.”
Church bells ranged across Greece on Friday, in conjunction with the establishment of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, praying in the crowds of worshipers at the site.
The gathering concluded its statement by saying: “There is no great deal in front of the voice of change and its roaring river. We make mistakes, share, and correct, and people who benefit will stay on the ground.”
The Greek Prime Minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, on Friday sent a message marking the 46th anniversary of the restoration of democracy in the country, in which he described Turkey as “troubling”, considering the conversion of the Hagia Sophia to a mosque “underestimating the civilization of the twenty-first century.”
Observers consider the Friday prayers in the Hagia Sophia to fulfill Erdogan’s dream that Muslims will return to the historic site, which the Greeks consider to be central to their Orthodox faith.
The Turkish Foreign Ministry said that it strongly condemns the hostile statements made by members of the Greek government and parliament to stir up the masses and burn the Turkish flag in the city of Thessaloniki.
The ministry added that the opening of the Hagia Sophia for prayer corresponded to the will of the Turkish people, and that it is a Turkish site, just like all cultural sites in the country.
Greece and Turkey differ on a set of files, most notably the division of Cyprus and the maritime borders in the eastern Mediterranean.
The National Syndicate of Tunisian Journalists denounced the sentence of journalist and writer Tawfiq Bin Brik, who was imprisoned for a year; Because of his press statements on a TV channel, he is required to release him immediately.
In a statement, the union said, “This harsh ruling comes in the context of growing accusations of the judiciary being biased and dependent on the power of money and politics barons, which would strike at the depth of public confidence in the judiciary.”
The union expressed its strong fear of “involving journalists in political conflicts, calling on the Supreme Judicial Council to intervene urgently to investigate this judicial scandal,” noting that Bin Brik was one of the headlines of resisting tyranny and silencing mouths under the previous regime.
Tunisian media quoted Ziad Dabbar, a member of the Executive Bureau of the Tunisian Journalists Syndicate, as saying that “the ruling sends a message that the judges are above accountability and are protected with immunity … We consider this a prelude to the dictatorship of the judges.”
On Thursday, a Tunisian court sentenced Ben Brik to one year in prison, on charges of insulting the judiciary during statements that included criticism of the judiciary and judges, due to the arrest of his friend, presidential candidate, Nabil Karoui, in 2019.
Ben Brik, who was known for his satirical writings against the regime of Ben Ali, prior to the 2011 revolution, criticized the judiciary for pursuing his friend, businessman, Nabil Karoui, president of the Tunisian Heart Party, who was imprisoned weeks before he contested the presidential race in 2019; Due to financial corruption issues.