Sudan: Military, Opposition Resume Talks

The protest in Khartoum (file photo).
20 May 2019

Sudan's ruling military council restarted talks late on Sunday with an alliance of protest and opposition groups, Reuters reports.

Both sides have signalled that they are close to an agreement over a three-year transition to civilian rule, but more than six hours of overnight talks failed to produce a breakthrough.

Negotiations are due to resume on Monday evening.

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