"Events were moving forward in such a favorable direction after 35 years of tragedy for Sudan. Protest organizers called for an internationally backed probe into the crackdown. But the ruling military council, which acknowledged that security forces committed violations, strongly rejected the idea. Nagy said the head of the military council, Gen. Abdel-Fattah Burhan, "was adamant that there will be accountability" and that "we certainly hope that there will be such an investigation." But he warned of negative scenarios as both the military council and protest leaders "absolutely distrust each other."
Source: Ethiopian News June 15, 2019 14:37 UTC