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Sudanese army and protesters to resume negotiations after failed talks

APRNEWS - Sudan’s army rulers and protest leaders said more talks were planned for Monday on finalising the makeup of a new ruling body, after hours of negotiations through the night ended without agreement.

Both sides have been at loggerheads over the new governing body that would rule Sudan for a three-year transitional period after the ouster last month of longtime autocrat Omar al-Bashir.

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Sudan military's 'sharia' proposal plot to blackmail opposition - SPA

APRNEWS - Sudanese Professionals Association, the lead group for protests in the country have rejected the military’s move to employ Islamic law as the basis for a new constitution.

Sudan’s Transitional Military Council had earlier this week made the proposal amid the country’s ongoing political transition. The SPA were not at the said meeting where the proposal was made.

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Sudan's military council: 'We are ready to negotiate but no chaos after today'

APRNEWS - The deputy head of Sudan’s Transitional Military Council said that he was ready to negotiate with the opposition but there should be no further unrest beyond Tuesday, a reference to protests disrupting trains and bridges.

We are ready to negotiate but no chaos after today,” said Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, who goes by his nickname Hemedti.

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Sudan: Islamists reject joint Civil-Military Council

APRNEWS - Sudanese opposition party, the Popular Congress Party, PCP, has distanced itself from the joint Civil-Military Council, agreement reached Sunday by protest leaders and the ruling military council.

In a press conference on Sunday, the party said it did not recognize the coalition formed to lead the transition and called for the appointment of a Christian as Prime Minister.

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