Sudan's security forces held a strong demonstration by pro-democracy activists on Sunday after a military coup in the country last month. The army used force to disperse the protesters. Tear gas shells were also fired. During this, the army arrested more than 100 people. Sudan's army seized power on 25 October and dissolved the provisional government. During this many officials and politicians were arrested.

Protests against the coup were held in Khartoum and many other places in the country, and the coup was criticized internationally. This coup is being seen as a setback in the country's plan to adopt a democratic system. Two years earlier, the country's long-ruling autocrat Omar al-Bashir and his Islamic government were forced to abdicate under pressure from large-scale protests.

Teachers and education activists protested the coup outside the Ministry of Education in Khartoum's Bahri district, according to the Sudanese Professionals Association, which led to the rebellion against al-Bashir. Lawyer Moez Hadra said security forces used tear gas to disperse the protesters and arrested at least 113 people, mostly teachers.

He said that there were sporadic protests in some other places in Khartoum as well. The local administration had announced the resumption of classes in the capital's schools for the first time since the coup. Sunday was the first day of the two-day strike call by the SPA. The organization has resolved to continue the protest till the restoration of full civilian government. According to a video journalist of the Associated Press, many shops and establishments were seen open in Khartoum.