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.
Published On 16 Jun 2019