When Sudan's dictator Omar al-Bashir was forced away from power on april 11 after several months of street protests took a temporary military advice of the government of the country.
But the demonstrators did not. People continued to gather outside the complex in the capital, Khartoum, which serves as both the presidential palace as the ministry of defence and army barracks.
gathered there, hundreds of thousands of people, the largest collection of protesters since the al-Bashir case. They shouted slogans such as ”freedom and revolution is the people's choice” and ”civilian rule, civilian rule”.
It viftades with sudanese flags, and on a big screen was a film that was reported to document the security forces, abuse.
" We will remain on the streets until the power is handed over to a civilian authority, said the 24-year-old protestor Samia Abdallah told Reuters.
the Opposition, with the professional body, the SPA at the tip, not content with the supreme leader set aside without requiring the full transition to civilian rule, including a stop on the corruption and repression of dissidents.
Among the requirements are also economic reforms. Prices have risen sharply and there is a shortage of many basic commodities.
have been gathered under an umbrella organization that submitted a two-page document to the military council with a plan to establish a civilian övergångsstyre, where the military is also represented.
It tiohövdade the military council under the Abdel Fattah al-Burhan has said to be ready to meet some of the protesters ' demands, for example, to combat corruption, but you have indicated that you do not want to give them the highest power. The promise given is to hold free elections within two years.
However, political prisoners were released, and a state of emergency has been lifted.
urged on Thursday the military council to step aside and give the place a peaceful and civilian-led transition process. A high-level representative of the american foreign MINISTRY, Makila James, will visit Khartoum over the weekend to assess the situation.
Omar al-Bashir is now in högsäkerhetsfängelset Kobar, north of Khartoum – the same prison where thousands of political prisoners locked up during his nearly 30-year rule.