Military council and protesters resume dialogue on future of Sudan

The Sudanese army and protestgroepen have their negotiations be resumed. They performed in the night between Sunday and Monday) hours of consultation in the presidential palace in the capital Khartoum. The discussions Monday night further.

The army moved earlier this year, the long time incumbent leader Omar Al Bashir to the side. This happened after months of protests against his regime. Then went to the military with citizens and talk about the future of the country. The army suspended that discussion last week for 72 hours.

The parties were already agreed on a three-year transitional period before elections are held. The negotiations are now turning to the question of who will the strings pull in the transitional council, who, in the meantime, for the say will have.

In Khartoum are still a lot of marchers running. They want that the army quickly the power to the citizens transfer. Last weekend gathered hundreds of supporters of islamist groups at the presidential palace. They are demanding that sharia law gets a spot in the political policy of the country.

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