Three of the most controversial figures of the Sudan's ruling Transitional Military Council have offered their resignations – one of the key demands of the protest movement.
The three generals were seen as staunch Islamists and allies of the deposed President Omar al-Bashir
It follows the talks between the military council and protest leaders
Thousands of protesters have arrived in the "We are hoping to do this today is to continue our peaceful resistance," said Dr. Sara Abdelgalil, a member of the Sudanese Professionals Association, the main group behind. The protests.
She told the BBC: "Regime members and the NCP [the ousted president’s party] are trying to show themselves as being legitimate to continue ruling over the transitional period."
Protest leaders have been calli Lt. Gen. Shamseddine Kabbashi said at a press conference on Wednesday that the two sides had reached a settlement on most of the demands and that they decided to set up a new civilian government in the Transitional Military Council.
The three generals stepping down are Omar Zain al-Abideen, Jalal al-Din al-Sheikh and Al-Tayeb Babakr Ali Fadeel.