Huge crowds continue to flood Khartoum pushing for civilian rule

After suspending talks with the military council last Sunday, the opposition coalition on Wednesday announced that they would resume negotiations on forming a transitional government.

    Sudan's military leaders say they will hand over many powers to civilians, allowing them to choose the prime minister, form the government and be in charge of the ministries.

    But they want to keep the president's powers.

    In the capital Khartoum, tens of thousands of protesters have been camping outside the military headquarters, demanding civilian rule.

    And for the first time, judges too have joined the protests.

    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan reports.


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