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May 20, 2019
8:35AM

Sudan protesters insist on civilian head for new governing body

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In Sudan, the Alliance for Freedom and Change said they will insist on civilian head for new governing body in new talks with army rulers.  
 
The Alliance said in a statement that talks would resume with the military council which has ruled Sudan since president Omar al-Bashir was deposed today .

Talks over a transfer of power by the generals have repeatedly stalled, resulting in international pressure to return to the table after the military rulers suspended negotiations earlier this week.The generals insist the new body be military-led but the protest leaders demand a majority civilian body.

Saudi Arabia meanwhile deposited USD 250 million in Sudan's central bank as part of an aid package it announced following Bashir's ouster.

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