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Sudan’s protest leaders are calling for mass rallies throughout the nation amid deadlocked negotiations with the ruling navy over its handover of energy.

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The Sudanese Professionals’ Affiliation, which has spearheaded 4 months of protests that drove Omar al-Bashir from energy in April, says it is also calling for a “million man march” outdoors the navy headquarters in Khartoum.

Thursday’s assertion, posted on Fb, says the protesters need to denounce the ruling generals’ resistance to relinquish energy to a sovereign council that each aspect had already agreed ought to lead the nation through the transitional interval.

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There are additionally indications that the SPA, a union umbrella, could name for a normal strike.

The 2 sides have held a number of rounds of talks because the navy overthrew al-Bashir on April 11, ending his 30-year reign.

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