Sudan Military Council Appeals Court Ruling to Restore Internet

Sudan’s ruling Transitional Military Council (TMC) asked the high court in Sudan to reverse its decision to restore internet services in the country, only days after the court ruled to restore them.

Last Tuesday, a Khartoum court ordered telecommunication companies to restore the internet services in the country, pending a decision on the lawsuit filed by the Sudanese Consumer Protection Society (SCPS).

SCPS Secretary General Yasir Mirghani told Asharq Al-Awsat that a person named Haydar Ahmed Abdallah had, within his capacity as the president’s legal adviser, filed an appeal with the Khartoum District Court, requesting the cancellation of the decision to return the services.

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