Though it has been declared that more than 80% of issues were settled in the past two sessions - including the main structure of sovereign, executive and legislative bodies, their mandate and figures - the biggest sticking point remains: the Supreme Council that represents the country's sovereignty which has the final word in every issue.
Military and Opposition Talks - Last Round?
SudaNow, 1 May 2019
Today (Saturday) will show whether the Transitional Military Council (TMC) and the Declaration of Freedom and Change (DFC) forces will engage again in talks to finish negotiations… Read more »
Sudanese professionals, military junta brief western diplomats
Protesting Aviation Workers Threaten to Close Airspace
Radio Dabanga, 20 May 2019
The people at the sit-ins in front of the General Command of the Sudan Armed Forces in Khartoum and military units in various state capitals are continuing their protests for the… Read more »
U.S. Envoy Criticized for Dining With Darfuri Warlord
VOA, 20 May 2019
Sudanese citizens are criticizing the American representative to their country for dining with one of Sudan's most notorious warlords. Read more »
IGAD Statement On the Situation in the Sudan
Djibouti (Sudanow) - The Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD) continues to closely follow the developments in the Sudan. In this regard, it commends the Sudanese… Read more »
Sudanese Professionals, Military Junta Brief Western Diplomats
Radio Dabanga, 19 May 2019
A delegation from the Sudanese Profesionals Association (SPA) met with representatives of the European Union's diplomatic missions in Sudan on Thursday. Members of the Transitional… Read more »
Sudan Uprising - Protestor Dies, Another Attempt to Remove Khartoum Sit-in
The Sudanese Doctors Central Committee announced the death of another demonstrator on Friday. The Alliance of Freedom and Change reported a renewed attempt by militia forces to… Read more »
Doctors, Teachers On Strike in Blue Nile, West Darfur
Medical staff members of various hospitals in Ed Damazine and El Roseiris in Blue Nile state laid down their tools on Wednesday, in protest against the assault on doctors at Ed… Read more »
Military, Opposition Resume Talks
allAfrica, 20 May 2019
Sudan's ruling military council restarted talks late on Sunday with an alliance of protest and opposition groups, Reuters reports. Read more »
Sudan's Transitional Military Council has stressed the need to grant the leadership council powers to impose a State of Emergency, declare war, take command of regular forces, and ... Read more »
Arguments, shouting matches and altercations have broken out among protesters over the positioning of barricades surrounding a Khartoum sit-in, where thousands have camped since ... Read more »
Following violent clashes on Monday, Sudan's army rulers and protest leaders have agreed to a three-year transition period to allow for transferring power to a full civilian ... Read more »
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