Sudan’s military and protesters agree for three-year transitional period

Sudan‘s military leaders and opposition groups of the country have agreed for a three-year transition period to offer the people a fully civilian administration.

Lieutenant-General Yasser al-Atta said Wednesday within 24 hours a final agreement will be signed with the protest movement the Alliance for Freedom and Change.

He added that both the parties have agreed on a transitional period of three years.

Atta added further that, “We vow to our people that the agreement will be completed fully within 24 hours in a way that it meets the people’s aspirations.”

Sudanese army seized power by overthrowing longtime ruler Omar al-Bashir and since then protesters have continued sitting outside the army headquarters in the capital city.

Many are not in belief that the army’s commitment saying the army generals had earlier a two-year transition period.

Atta added during the transition period there would be 300 of members in the Parliament. 67 percent would be from the Alliance for Freedom and Change.

Lieutenant-General Yasser al-Atta said Wednesday within 24 hours a final agreement will be signed with the protest movement the Alliance for Freedom and Change.

He further continued that for half-year the signing peace accords would be seen.

Meanwhile, during Monday’s protests about four people were killed and several others were wounded.

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