Spokesman of the Military Council, Lieutenant- General Shamseddine Kabbashi, told reporters "We concluded with the forces of the Declaration of Freedom and Change to consolidate the points already agreed upon in the previous rounds, which is the structure of the Transitional Authority at different levels of powers and functions and the duration of the transitional period," Sky News reported.
Kabbashi added "We discussed with the forces of the Declaration of Freedom and Change the tasks of the transitional period and was fully agreed upon and was discussed on the structure of sovereign authority."
The Forces of Freedom and Change said that negotiations with the military council, whatever successes or obstacles encountered, are not their ultimate goal, stressing that the building is completed in accordance with a continuous process of working for peace and justice, political reconciliation and the return of displaced persons and refugees.
The Sudanese forces stressed the importance of establishing balanced and sustainable development, improving the economy, disrupting unemployment, improving educational and health services, and looking ahead. "Our sit-ins continue until we achieve our full objectives," she said.
The protesters began a sit-in on April 6 in front of the headquarters of the army's general command to continue the protest movement, which began in December to demand the departure of Omar al-Bashir, who was deposed by the army after five days.