Sudan's military rulers said they would not allow the country to descend into "chaos".

But just hours after announcing a transition deal with an opposition alliance, security forces were accused of firing on protesters on Monday night. Several people and a soldier were killed.

The military denies the allegations and blames what it calls "infiltrators".

Thousands of people have been holding a sit-in outside the army headquarters for weeks.

They want the army generals who toppled President Omar al-Bashir to transfer power to a civilian government.

But how much power can the army give up?

Presenter: Imran Khan


Waleed Madibo - Founder and president of Sudan Policy Forum.

Khalid Elsheikh - Social activist and business owner in Sudan.

Awol Allo - Senior lecturer at Keele University and an expert in international law.

Source: Al Jazeera