The Sudan Military Council and the opposition Alliance of Freedom and Change have agreed on arrangements for the structure of the transitional authority in the country. The transitional period is set at three years and a final agreement on the details of the stage will be reached within 24 hours.
A member of the military junta, Yasser Atta, said that the powers of the Council of Ministers and the Legislative Council have been agreed. The number of members is 300 members. The coalition of freedom forces occupies two thirds of the seats.
For his part, Madani Abbas, a member of the negotiating delegation of the forces of freedom and change, said it was agreed that the transitional period will be three years, and will devote the first six months to resolve issues of war and peace.
The two sides also agreed to form a commission of inquiry into the violence that took place on Monday night, killing and injuring dozens.
Negotiations between the two sides will continue on Wednesday to discuss the participation rate in the proposed sovereign council.