Rebel groups accused the interim government representatives of creating a “bad atmosphere” at talks and announcing the August 20 national dialogue without any consultation.
The Transitional Military Council, headed by late ruler Idris Deby's son Mahamat, appointed a government comprising 40 ministers and deputy ministers, and also created a new national reconciliation ministry, army spokesman said on Sunday.
The Sudanese revolution followed failed negotiations between protestors and the Transitional Military Council. Now it is time to establish a civil government, one the Sudanese can look up to for decades.
One of the country’s most controversial military figures, Dagalo is now the interim vice president and holds real power in a country mired in chaos since the ousting of his mentor and Sudan’s long-standing ruler, Omar al Bashir, in April.
Sudan's army rulers and protesters agree the country's transition period would last for three years, a military official says, adding a final deal on the transition would be reached within 24 hours.
Officials of Transitional Military Council say they're willing to discuss political future of the country with opposition provided there are no further protests.
Social media has become a frontline in the battle against authoritarianism in Sudan.
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