The Cairo-hosted talks between the force of the Declaration of Freedom and Change and the Revolutionary Front are going well, Sky News Arabia quoted an Egyptian official as saying.
The Egyptian source stressed that Cairo seeks to achieve a consensus between the Forces of Freedom and Change and the Revolutionary Front (Justice and Equality Movement, the Sudan Liberation Movement, and the Sudan Peoples' Liberation Movement in the north).
According to Sudanese sources, the Cairo talks will include discussing the desire of the Revolutionary Front to include its agreement with the forces of change fully in the final text.
The Revolutionary Front also calls for postponing the formation of the transitional government until an agreement is reached with the Revolutionary Front and involving it in the structures of the forces of the Declaration of Freedom and Change, before the final signing of the Constitutional Declaration on 17 August.
This document provides for the establishment of a joint civilian-military sovereign council, with a military commander to head the 11-member council during the first 21 months, followed by a civilian commander in the following 18 months.