Sudan military council, opposition reach power-sharing agreement

Sudan military council, opposition reach a power-sharing agreement

    Sudan's ruling military faction and a coalition of opposition and protest groups have reached an agreement to share power.

    A mediator from the African Union says a council will be set up, with rotating leadership between the military and civilians.

    The council will operate for three years leading up to elections.

    Al Jazeera's' Alexi O'Brien explains.


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