The document is complementary to a power-sharing deal signed on July 17 that aims to form a joint civilian-military ruling body. (File/AFP)
CAIRO – 4 August 2019: A Sunday Foreign Ministry statement welcomed agreements reached between Sudan's ruling military council and main opposition coalition regarding the country’s new constitutional declaration.
The military council and the opposition coalition will put their final signatures on a constitutional declaration on Aug. 17.
The parties are expected to initial the declaration, which was agreed on Saturday, later on Sunday.
According to sources, the formation of a sovereign council, which will run the country during a three-year transitional period leading up to elections, will be announced on Aug. 18.
A new prime minister will be named on Aug. 20 and a cabinet on Aug. 28.