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Sudan: Negotiations Between Transitional Military Council and Opposition Falter

1 MIN READJul 22, 2019 | 17:59 GMT

What Happened: Negotiations between Sudan's Transitional Military Council and the opposition alliance have not yet resulted in a "constitutional declaration," although a signing of the deal had been expected to take place July 19, Al Jazeera reported.

Why It Matters: Negotiations between the Transitional Military Council and the opposition are entering a challenging stage as the initial political power-sharing agreement broadly ignored the more substantial disagreements between both sides. Internal disputes have also emerged within the opposition alliance on the validity of the agreement signed last week, which could prevent further progress in the transitional process.

Background: Sudan's ruling Transitional Military Council and the opposition alliance signed an agreement to outline a transitional process for the country last week after reaching a power-sharing deal in early July.

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