Sudan’s ruling Military Council and opposition leaders have signed a power-sharing accord after all-night talks.
The Deputy Head of Sudan’s ruling Military Council, Mohamed Mohamed Hamdan “Hemeti” Dagolo, says it is a “historic moment” for the country,.
The military seized power in April after deposing Omar Al-Bashir.
In clashes with the military which have turned deadly, protesters demanded the military hand power to civilians.
The two sides agreed to rotate control of the Sovereign Council – the top tier of power – for just over three years.
A second agreement on constitutional issues is expected to be finalised on Friday.
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