Serhat TUNAR -TDO- In Sudan, the army forced Omar al-Bashir, who had been in power for 30 years, to take up his power and took over the government.
An agreement was reached between the opposition and the army, which wanted the country to be ruled by a civilian power, to establish a transition council. But the dispute continues between the two sides on how the transition board will be shaped. According to Euronews, the army insists on the creation of a council of 10 civil servants, of which seven are civil, while the opposition insists on the establishment of a council of 15 civilian and eight civil servants.
Omar al-Bashir detained the army, the country for two years; the Sudan Military Transition Council (TMC) said it would be managed by. Thousands of protesters, who asked for the administration to be transferred to civilians, held a protest in front of the Ministry of Defense last week.