The announcement came as thousands marched toward the main sit-in outside the military headquarters in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, the epicenter of the country's popular uprising against al-Bashir's autocratic rule of 30 years.
It has said that a transitional period of up to two years will be followed by elections and that it is ready to work with anti-Bashir activists and opposition groups to form an interim civilian government. Some fear the chosen government won't be accepted by the military council, Nogod said, or that the government would end up simply a new front for a group of ruling parties.
The Sudanese Professionals Association (SPA) on Friday vowed to name members of a civilian "Presidential Council" tasked with running the nation's affairs after last week's ouster of President Omar al-Bashir.
Four months after anti-regime protests started, access roads were packed yesterday with crowds flocking to the huge square outside army headquarters.
The protests finally led to Bashir being ousted and arrested after nearly three decades in power.
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Both brothers, Abdallah Hassan al-Bashir and Al-Abbas Hassan al-Bashir, were arrested on "corruption charges", Kabbashi said.
"We are demanding that this civilian council, which will have representatives of the army, replace the military council", an SPA leader, Ahmed al-Rabia, told AFP. But the demonstrators distrust the commanders who took over from Bashir on April 11, forcing the first head of the military council to step down after just a day.
A senior State Department official said U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Makila James will visit Khartoum this weekend to meet with Sudanese leaders.
"We will continue to calibrate our policies based on our assessment of events on the ground and the actions of transitional authorities", Ortagus said.
In an official statement, state department spokesperson Morgan Ortagus said, "The will of the Sudanese people is clear: it is time to move toward a transitional government that is inclusive and respectful of human rights and the rule of law".
"Perhaps the most hard issue facing the military council now through its political committee is getting agreement from the political spectrum and the community forces on the naming of a prime minister", Abdelkhalek said.