In Sudan, protests continue, despite promises from the new head of the country’s military council following this week’s coup. He vowed to “uproot the old regime.” Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah Burhan says a civilian government will be formed after talks with the opposition – with a maximum ‘transition period’ of two years. But demonstrators remain unimpressed. Boosted by the resignation of President Omar al-Bashir and Defense Minister Awad Ibn Auf, they’ve presented a list of demands to the military rulers. Among them, immediate civilian control.
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