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at any other time these will be busy streets but the crisis in Sudan's capital Khartoum have left it mostly deserted the country's pro democracy movement has called for mass civil disobedience as long as the ruling military council remains in charge , this Baker who wish to remain anonymous said he hadn't closed down the bakery so people could eat but the civil disobedience could continue , last week dozens were killed when security forces stormed a protest camp according to witnesses more violence again over the weekend with police reportedly firing tear gas in the city's northern reaches , %HESITATION this residents can you also wanted to remain anonymous some people don't want the current military government and that he personally wants to civilian one the military council and an opposition alliance took over from the former president Omar al Bashir who sportsman's posted April have a mass protests against the government the ministry said it would maintain calm and steer transition that would lead to an election but over the last few days the process moving his try to keep up its momentum in the wake of violence , and in the meantime public transport is barely functioning most banks are closed and few flights taking off from Khartoum apples