Aljazeera | Back at square one’: Sudan’s opposition plans new mass protests

Sudan‘s opposition announced plans for more mass demonstrations after the country’s ruling generals rejected an Ethiopian proposal for a transitional government

Ismail al-Tag, a spokesman for the Sudanese Professionals’ Association, called on Monday for marches next week to demand the handover of power to civilians.

“We are calling and preparing for mass demonstrations on June 30 to make sure the military council hears the people’s voice in the streets and the Sudanese people will continue their revolution until it meets their demands and reaches a civilian country,” Tag said.

The demonstrations are planned to mark the 30th anniversary of the coup that brought former president Omar al-Bashir to power in 1989, toppling Sudan’s last elected government. 

On Monday, Sudan’s ruling Transitional Military Council rejected Ethiopia’s plan to end the political deadlock over the composition of a new government, saying Ethiopia needed to unify its proposal with an earlier option offered by the African Union (AU). 

Ethiopia has led diplomatic efforts to bring the military and protest leaders back to the negotiating table after a deadly crackdown by security forces earlier this month. 

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