15, (Xinhua/GNA) - Sudan's Transitional Military Council (TMC) announced
Wednesday that it agreed with the major opposition forces on the rule
structures and a three-year power transition period.
agreed on powers of the sovereignty council, the council of ministers and the
legislative council," said Lt. Gen. Yasser al-Atta, a TMC member, at a
press conference in Khartoum early Wednesday.
The two sides
have also agreed that "the transitional period duration will be three
years," aid the TMC member.
six months will be allotted for achieving peace all over Sudan."
deal that fulfils the aspirations of the people would be completed in less than
24 hours, he said.
al-Atta, the legislative council is to be comprised of 300 members, 67 percent
of which is from the Freedom and Change Alliance and the rest will be from the
other political forces.
military staged a coup on April 11, following four months of anti-government
al-Bashir who had been in power for nearly 30 years was overthrown and then
opposition Freedom and Change Alliance has been holding intermittent talks with
the TMC, chaired by Abdel-Fattah al-Burhan and tasked with running Sudan's
affairs following the ouster of al-Bashir, on procedures concerning the
formation of the rule mechanisms during the transitional period since April.
protesters led by the opposition forces have been gathering outside the army
headquarters since al-Bashir's overthrow to express their demand for civilian
week, the latest round of negotiations between the two sides resumed amid
clashes between unidentified groups and protesters, which killed several people
and injured dozens.
parties targeting the revolution," the TMC said in a statement in response
to the violence.
working to foil any agreement reached and push the country into a dark
after meeting with al-Burhan, the African Union Commission (AUC) Chairperson's
Special Envoy to Sudan Mohamed El Hacen Lebatt urged the political parties in
Sudan to reach a deal.
Union (AU) earlier this month granted the TMC a 60-day extension to hand over
the power to a civilian-led authority.