Joy in Sudan as Power-Sharing Deal Brings Sovereign Council

Sudan's Transitional Military Council and protest leaders have signed a historic power-sharing agreement in Khartoum. The pact opens the way for the two factions to form a joint military and civilian council that will lead Sudan for three years until elections are held for a civilian-led government. While the signing itself was brief, hours of celebrations followed across the capital.

 

 

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