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May 22, 2019
7:28PM

US, Britain & Norway urge swift Sudan accord to install civil rule

AFP
The United States, Britain and Norway have called for a swift agreement between Sudanese protesters and generals on installing civilian rule.

According to a joint statement released last night, they said, it would be harder for them to work with any other new authority.

Talks between protest leaders and army generals who seized power after ousting longtime leader Omar al-Bashir last month have stopped since late Monday following disagreement about who should lead a new ruling body -- a civilian or a soldier.

Meanwhile, Sudanese protest leaders are now preparing plans to call for a general strike to build pressure on the generals to cede power.

The ruling military council has been pushing for its chairman General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan to head the new sovereign body but protest leaders want a civilian.
 

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