You've agreed in most issues, said a spokesman of the military Council. On the Central question of to choose immediately the civil government, but gave no information.
In Sudan, the ruling military Council, after broad agreement has been reached with the protest movement and at the same time, the resignation of three of its members announced. "We have reached an agreement on most of the claims" of the opposition Alliance for freedom and change, said military spokesman Schamseddine Kabbaschi after a Meeting with representatives of the protest movement.
He, however, went specifically to the Central demand for an immediate a transfer of power to a civilian government. There had been "no big fight," said Kabbaschi in front of journalists. One of the representatives of the protest movement, Ahmed al-Rabia, said, among other things, both sides had agreed on the establishment of a joint Committee. Further details on this system he made.Three military councils to resign
In a separate statement, the military Council also announced the resignation of three of its ten members. Accordingly, Lieutenant-General Omar Sain al-Abdin, Lieutenant-General Dschalaluddin Al-Sheikh and Lieutenant General Al-Tajieb Babikir from the body to excrete.