The head of Sudan's Transitional Military Council (TMC) announced on early June 4 that elections will be held within nine months to resolve the crisis since the ouster of former President Omar Al-Bashir.
Sudanese protesters April 28 welcomed a breakthrough in talks with army rulers who agreed to form a joint civilian-military council, paving the way for a civilian administration as demanded by demonstrators.
Sudan's ruling Transitional Military Council (TMC) warned on April 22 against protestors blocking roads and limiting the movement of citizens as protests continued after president Omar al-Bashir was forced from power.
Sudan's military rulers have transferred ousted president Omar al-Bashir to prison, a family source said on April 17, as demonstrators keep up their sit-in outside the army complex calling for a swift transfer to a civilian government.
Both western and eastern nations have called on a smooth and peaceful transition in Sudan, with a proposal by the ruling "military council" promising the country would have a new civilian government one day after the armed forces overthrew President Omar al-Bashir.