Khartoum — The Coalition of Freedom and Change Forces decided to continue the sit-in and to suspend negotiation with the Transitional Military Council.
The protesters said in a press conference Sunday night that they decided to continue the sit-in till their demands are met.
The speakers stressed that the role of the armed forces is not to rule but to protect the country's soil. sn/ab
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