The now deposed president, Omar al-Bashir will not be disclosed as long as the military council has the power, but he might face justice in the Sudan, according to council leaders.
the Council policy committee announces during a press conference that the dialogue with the political groups, even demonstrators.
who wants to have a civilian government, defying the curfew which was imposed on Thursday night. They are demonstrating outside the defense ministry in the capital Khartoum and calls for massböner after the military seized power.
the national transitional Council says that the violation of safety rules will not be tolerated.
"Our primary mission is to maintain the country's stability and security," says lieutenant-general Omar Zain al-Abdin.
the Protracted protests against the now deposed president, Omar al-Bashir has been held, but the protesters put themselves against the country during a transition period shall be governed by the military.
the new government will be civil, but expect a transitional period of at least a month, but a maximum of two years. Al-Bashir's former ruling party will get set up in the upcoming elections, but will not be invited to the dialogue.
the UN wants the authorities in Sudan to release people who were arrested while they protested peacefully and investigate the violence used against demonstrators in december, " says UN head of human rights Michelle Bachelet in a statement.
”this is a very critical and unstable time for Sudan, and there is great uncertainty and anxiety for the future,” she says in the statement, where it also says that the authorities must avoid the use of violence against peaceful demonstrators.
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