Sudan civilians say military has lost their trust after violence

The army insists on having a bigger say in a transitional council, a condition rejected by civilian leaders.

    A diplomatic flurry to build bridges between Sudan’s Transitional Military Council and protesters is facing many obstacles.

    The army insists on having a bigger say in a proposed transitional council to form a government, a condition rejected by civilian leaders.

    They say Sudan’s military has lost the trust of the people after its violent crackdown on demonstrators.

    Al Jazeera's Hashem Ahelbarra reports.


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