Several people have been killed and hundreds more injured since Sunday’s protest organisers called a ‘million-man march’.
It was the biggest protest Sudan had seen since its military junta violently broke up a sit-in in Khartoum nearly a month ago.
Tens of thousands of people protested on Sunday, once again calling on the military to hand over power to civilians.
Several people were killed and hundreds more injured.
The military Council and the opposition have failed to reach an agreement over who should be in charge.
Ethiopia and the African Union are working to bring them to the negotiating table, as Sudan’s military now says, it’s ready to resume talks.
But are Sudan’s generals prepared to share power?
Presenter: Peter Dobbie
Ahmed Adam – Research Associate with the School of Oriental and African Studies.
Alan Boswell – Senior Analyst with the International Crisis Group.
Aly Verjee – Visiting Researcher at the United States Institute of Peace.
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