Sudan protest leaders, army rulers to hold new talks on power transfer
Protest leaders and Sudan's army rulers were due to hold a new round of talks on transferring power to a civilian administration on Sunday, with thousands of demonstrators massed outside the army headquarters to exert pressure on the military. ADVERTISING Read more The talks were held on the eve of»»»
AFP: Sudan protest leaders, army rulers plan more talks on power transfer
Khartoum. Protest leaders and Sudan's army rulers will hold more talks over transferring power to a civilian administration after a round of negotiations ended Saturday, as thousands of demonstrators massed outside the army headquarters, reported AFP. The talks were held on the eve of the protest l»»»
Protests In Sudan Continue. Now, Opposition Demands Military To Surrender Power
ILLUSTRATIVE IMAGE On April 18th, thousands of protesters took to the streets of Khartoum, Sudan to demand the temporary council transfer power to a civilian government. The protest was primarily organized by the Sudanese Professionals Association (SPA), which on the day released a statement that c»»»
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