Khartoum — Sudan’s protest leaders said on Thursday they will seek advice from demonstrators camped outside the army headquarters on how to break the deadlock in talks with the military council. Talks between the two sides on installing civilian rule have been suspended since Monday after a disagreement over who should lead a new governing body — a civilian or the military. The protest movement, the Alliance for Freedom and Change, said it will launch a campaign to urge demonstrators who have been rallying for weeks outside the army headquarters in Khartoum, and in other cities, to come up with a solution to break the deadlock. “We will give them all the information, we will listen to their views on how they want to go ahead with the revolution,” the umbrella protest group said. The group led the nationwide protest movement against longtime leader Omar al-Bashir that finally led to his ouster on April 11. The generals who seized power after Bashir was toppled have resisted calls f...

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