Sudan opposition dismisses as ‘ruse’ army’s offer of ‘transition to civilian rule’

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Sudan’s main opposition bloc has categorically rejected as a “ruse” an alleged offer by the army to enable transfer of the country’s rule to a “civilian” structure.

The Forces for Freedom and Change passed the remarks on Tuesday, a day after Army chief Abdel Fattah al-Burhan—whose power grab has removed the FFC—pledged in a surprise move to “make room” for civilian groups to form a new transition government.






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