A coup d’état was planned in Sudan on Tuesday, with some members of the military being arrested.
CNN reported that 40 soldiers, including three senior officers, were immediately arrested.
They were arrested as they tried to seize national television and military headquarters in the country.
After blocking the coup d’état, troops were immediately deployed across the capital, Khartoum.
A Sudanese military statement is expected to be released on Tuesday.
Africa is the continent that has been most vulnerable to military coups over other continents.
Statistics show that up to August 2020 in the 478 Coup d’état held in the World since 1960, Africa alone will reach 208.
The term Coup d’état is used to refer to the abolition of abolition of power, by a group of senior military officers or senior government officials. It is a task that political scientists believe will last for a short time, between hours and a week.
History shows that since 1950, Africa has been home to 208 Coup d’état. This does not include the recent presence in Mali or Guinea Conakry, where troops led by Col Mamady Doumbouya overthrew the Alpha Condé regime.
In a report on April 11, 2019, a day after the Coup d’état in Sudan, there were 476 Coup d’états worldwide, of which 206 were in Africa.
These figures are in line with a report by Washington Post editor Adam Taylor on July 22, 2016, showing that there are already 475 Coups in the World.
In an interview with students from various universities in Rwanda on September 20, 2021, the President raised the issue of overthrowing Africa, which is one of the most frequently asked questions.
President Kagame has said that the main reason why the African continent is home to the Coup d’état is that there are more people who are in power than the people.
“One of the reasons for some of these coups may not be at all but you will find that the overthrow of power comes from dissatisfaction, political dissatisfaction,” he said.
“All of this has to do with the overthrow of the regime and where you see things and say that there should be an overthrow here but not, it happens in the midst of the ruling party, the people we are working for and they even vote for us sometimes without a word.”
President Kagame has said that this lack of public opinion is based on the fact that there are times when they vote for someone but they are not declared as the winner.
“There are many times when they don’t have a say because they go to the polls and vote for Fred who won and Kagame and Paul instead of Fred,” he said.
“Paul would have been in power for a long time if Fred had used the power of the Government to win, otherwise Kagame would have remained in power with the political power in my hands, military control and so on.”
“The issue remains between Fred and Kagame, the people who are already involved in the election of their leaders who will return home and learn from their farms and wait for the re-election after four, five years,” he said.
He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture, and that his confession had been obtained through torture, and that his confession had been obtained through torture.
“If you have this election that continues to be won by someone other than you, let’s take part of the country as a military otherwise it should not be in politics but because I used it because I was President, I would interfere in politics and assume that part of it would overthrow the government,” he said. .
“The problem with this is that sometimes they can’t overthrow the government in the interests of the real winner. No, they overthrow the government and take over. ”
“You have three of the most important people to fight with, Fred and I, and one part of the military.”
President Kagame has said that the fact that African politics is interfering in other issues including ethnicity, corruption and nepotism also leads to more coups.
“The military should be out of politics, that’s what we know, but we’ve started to see things in politics that involve the military, corruption, nepotism and all sorts of other things,” he said.
He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture, and that his confession had been obtained through torture.
President Kagame has stressed that the issue of the “Coup d’état” should be discussed wisely and where possible, with various organizations commenting on it rather than silently refusing to assemble.