Head of the Transitional Military Council in Sudan Abdel Fattah al-Burhan has told the BBC that the army will not use force against protesters who want it to leave power، while the Sudanese Professionals Association (SPA) warned of possible attempts by the army to break up the gathering.
The SPA released a statement warning that the security forces attempted to break up their gathering، which has been going for more than three weeks.
Thousands of people poured into the streets to join marches and sit-ins in response to the SPA call. Thousands have ridden on the ‘Nile train’ from Atbara، River Nile state، to the capital Khartoum.
“The TMC issued a number of important decisions and constitutional decrees concerning the restructuring of the state bodies، including relieving a number of ambassadors of their duties،” said a formal Transitional Military Council’s statement.
Those affected by the move are the Sudanese ambassadors in Zimbabwe، Ethiopia، Thailand، Niger and Rwanda، as well as the consul in the Egyptian city of Aswan.
The military council has also fired the director of the Presidential Airlines Brigadier General Ibrahim al-Khader.