Khartoum, July 25: The members of Sudanese opposition coalition have on Thursday reached an agreement what they termed a “political deal”.
The alliance, in which leaders of the armed outfit are included, met to pave solutions to the differences over the establishment of a transitional ruling council with the ruling Transitional Military Council (TMC), according to Al-Jazeera news reports.
The Sudanese opposition alliance of civilian and protesting groups has on June 20 postponed their negotiations with the nation’s ruling transitional military council (TMC) after civil disobedient movement’s members expressed reservations over the “power-sharing” agreement inked earlier this week with the army generals.
Talks scheduled for Friday which at aimed at concluding the power-sharing deal and breaking a political impasse that Sudan is facing since the protesters toppled ex-President Omar al-Bashir three months ago, were postponed, according to opposition figures.
The trio stated the three revel groups – the Forces of Freedom and Change – had doubts over “political declaration” that struck with the TMC.