Sudan's opposition threatens civil disobedience as talks stall

As military council objects to protesters' demands, opposition vows to escalate matters until the deadlock is broken.

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    Sudan's opposition leaders are threatening to launch a nationwide civil disobedience movement after accusing the military council of delaying the transfer of power to civilians. Both sides have disagreed on several key terms.

    The military leaders are warning about holding elections in six months if an agreement can't be reached with the opposition.

    Al Jazeera's Mohammad Vall reports from Khartoum.


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