*BY : OMAJEMITE DON*
The head of Sudan navy council has stepped down a day after long-time
chief Omar al-Bashir was toppled in a coup.
Defence Minister Awad Ibn Auf introduced his decision in a broadcast on
state TV on Friday.
It comes after protesters refused to depart the streets, saying the coup
leaders have been too near Mr Bashir.
The military has insisted that it isn’t in search of energy and Sudan’s future would
be determined by the protesters.
Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir has been ousted Thursday and arrested by
the navy after almost 30 years in energy.
Speaking on state TV, defence minister Awad Ibn Auf stated the military would
oversee a two-year transitional interval adopted by elections.
He additionally stated a three-month state of emergency was being put in place.
Protesters, nonetheless, have vowed to remain on the streets regardless of an in a single day
curfew being imposed by the navy.
Demonstrations in opposition to Mr Bashir, who has ruled Sudan since 1989, have
been going down for a number of months.