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Written by SOT.COM.AL 25 Tetor 2021
Military forces arrested at least five senior Sudanese government figures on Monday, officials said, as the country's main pro-democracy group called on people to take to the streets to oppose a notorious military coup.
The Sudanese Association of Professionals, a group leading the demands for a transition to democracy, also said there were internet and telephone signal outages across the country.
A possible takeover of power by the military would be a major obstacle for Sudan, which has faced a transition to democracy since longtime autocrat Omar al-Bashir was ousted by mass protests.
Monday's arrests come after weeks of rising tensions between Sudan's civilian and military leaders.
A failed coup attempt in September tore the country apart along the old lines, pitting more conservative Islamists against a military government - against those who toppled al-Bashir more than two years ago in mass protests.
In recent days, both camps have taken to the streets in demonstrations.
The arrests of five government figures were confirmed by two officials who spoke on condition of anonymity as they were not authorized to speak to the media.
Officials said the detained members of the government include Industry Minister Ibrahim al-Sheikh, Information Minister Hamza Baloul and Mohammed al-Fiky Suliman, a member of the country's transitional governing body known as the Sovereign Council, and Faisal Mohammed Saleh, an adviser. for the media of Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok.
Prime Minister Hamdok's whereabouts were not immediately clear, amid media reports that security forces had been deployed outside his home in Khartoum.
Photographs circulating on the internet showed men in uniform standing in the dark, most likely near his home.
Ayman Khalid, the governor of the state containing the capital, Khartoum, was also arrested, according to the official Facebook page of his office.
The arrests followed meetings the U.S. Special Envoy for the Horn of Africa, Jeffrey Feltman, had with Sudanese military and civilian leaders Saturday and Sunday in a bid to resolve the dispute. Sudan's news website highlighted meetings with military officials.
NetBlocks, a group that tracks outages across the internet, said it had seen a "significant outage" of fixed and mobile internet connections across Sudan with multiple providers early Monday.
"Metrics confirm reports from users that network outages appear to be consistent with an Internet shutdown," the tracking team said. "The outage is likely to restrict the free dissemination of information on the Internet and news of incidents on the ground."