This article details the period of Transitional Military Council, April 1985 to April 1986, in the history of Sudan. The combination of the south's redivision, the introduction throughout the country of the sharia, the renewed civil war, and growing economic problems eventually contributed to Jaafar an Nimeiri's downfall.
On April 6, 1985, a group of military officers, led by Lieutenant General Abdel Rahman Swar al-Dahab, overthrew Nimeiri, who took refuge in Egypt.
Sudan’s opposition and ruling Transitional Military Council agreed late Wednesday to form a committee to resolve their disagreements, as tensions rise over how long it will take to move to civilian.. WorldNews - Published Also reported by •Reuters
According to Reuters, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates on Sunday said that they had agreed to send Sudan $3 billion worth of aid. The two Gulf Arab countries will deposit $500 million with the..
Sudan's opposition late on Wednesday accepted an invitation to talks with the ruling Transitional Military Council amid rising tension over how long it will take to move to civilian rule after the.. Reuters - Published
Reuters reported on Wednesday Sudan’s Transitional Military Council has invited the opposition to a meeting in the capital of Khartoum after the two sides have continued to debate how long it will.. WorldNews - Published Also reported by •Reuters
Sudan's ruling Transitional Military Council (TMC) and opposition forces appeared on a collision course on Monday amid deepening differences over demands for civilian rule more than 10 days after the.. Reuters - Published
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The head of Sudan's Transitional Military Council said on Sunday that the formation of a joint military-civilian council -- one of the demands put forward by Sudanese activists -- was under discussion. Reuters - Published
Sudan's ruling Transitional Military Council ordered the central bank to review financial transfers since April 1 and to seize "suspect" funds, state news agency SUNA reported on Wednesday. Reuters - Published
Sudan’s ruling Transitional Military Council said it fired the three highest-ranking public prosecutors on Tuesday after the protesters called for overhauling the entire judiciary system along with a.. WorldNews - Published Also reported by •Reuters