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Apr 28, 2019
8:50AM

Sudan protest leaders, army rulers agree on joint civilian-military council

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In Sudan, protest leaders and army rulers have agreed to establish a joint civilian-military ruling council, a major breakthrough in talks between the two sides over demonstrators' demands for a handover to civilian rule. 

Organizers of the protests have said that talks yesterday on forming a transitional government were transparent and fruitful. 

One of the protest leaders, Ahmed al-Rabia, who was involved in the talks said to the reporters that the protesters agreed on a joint council between the civilian and the military. 

Yesterday's meeting came after the protesters agreed Wednesday to resume talks with the military after a temporary break. 

The military also announced then the resignation of three members of the military council, whom the opposition had accused of being too close to the ousted ousted longtime leader Omar al-Bashir.

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