The body said the suspension would remain in place "until the effective restoration of the civilian-led transitional authority" in the country as international backlash toward the military coup has grown.
State oil company workers and doctors in Sudan said they were joining protests against the military coup that has derailed the country's planned transition to democracy.
Sudan's deposed PM Abdalla Hamdok and his wife were allowed to return home, a day after they were detained when the military seized power in a coup, according to a statement issued by his office.
"The decision to oust the government of Prime Minister Hamdok was taken in order to avoid a civil war," Sudan's ruling general Abdel Fattah al Burhan said.
With Human Rights Watch calling them “men with no mercy”, the paramilitary group has been accused of various crimes from enforced disappearances to torture across Sudan.
Sudanese flooded the streets of Khartoum and elsewhere in the country to protest against the coup and press demands for a return to civilian rule.
Egypt imposed state of emergency after deadly bombings of churches in April 2017 and has since routinely extended it at three-month intervals.
Seven people were killed and 140 wounded so far during protests against military's takeover, officials say, even as main opposition allaince plans to fill the North African country's streets with "unprecedented gatherings" of protesters.
Fuel, medicine and food shortages have cast a shadow over the transition process, while cuts to international aid could now deepen the country’s economic woes
At least three protesters have been killed and 80 others wounded, after security forces fired on crowds that flooded the streets in the capital Khartoum in the wake of the ongoing coup in the country.
Sudanese generals have displayed their power hunger by launching a military coup days before civilian leaders in the governing Sovereign Council could have taken up the reins of the country.
Armed forces detained Sudan's prime minister over his refusal to support their 'coup', after weeks of tensions between military and civilian figures who shared power since the ouster of Omar al Bashir.
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