Despite the accommodation of the military in Sudan, the protests to keep thousands of people there. The demonstrators waited on the eleventh day of the sit-in continued in front of the Headquarters of the armed forces in the capital Khartoum, a witness reported.

you want to continue to protest until their demands are met and the Power in the hands of a civilian transitional government.

After continuing mass protests, had the military in Sudan last Thursday, long-time President Omar al-Bashir is overthrown. The ruling generals are currently negotiating with the Opposition over the formation of a transitional government. As a concession, the military had declared on Sunday, the head of the government should be one of the parties of the selected expert. The head of state should, however, come from the ranks of the armed forces.

so Far, the protesters demanded a fully civilian government. A representative of the trade Union Alliance the SPA, which has organised the mass protests in the lead, indicated, however, recently, a small and time-limited involvement of the forces to be acceptable.

International increased the pressure on the military, the Power quickly passed to civilian forces. The security Council of the African Union (AU) has threatened the armed forces with a suspension of AU membership, this should not be done within 15 days. Also, German Chancellor Angela Merkel called for a “quick transfer of power to a civilian transitional government”.

dpa