Serhat TUNAR -TDO- The military in power and civilian dissidents in Sudan agreed to alternate sharing of power throughout the transition process until elections were held. The agreement also includes the establishment of a technocratic government and the conduct of an independent investigation to investigate the violence in the streets in recent weeks.
Negotiations were suspended after the two sides had previously signed an agreement after the tension in the country did not diminish and the lives of the street protests were lost.
African Union representative Mohamed Hassan Lebat, who assumed the task of mediating the crisis in Sudan, announced that the parties agreed that the alternate administration would continue for about three years.
Following the announcement of the agreement, the Sudanese squares, which have been protesting for a long time, have held demonstrations of joy this time.