Sudan military: We have ‘no ambition to hold the reins of power’

Omar al-Bashir from power, the head of the transitional council has defended the coup. Omar Zein al-Abideen said the military has no plans to stay in power, while inviting political parties for dialogue.

He is also calling on protesters who have been on the streets for months to provide solutions.

First, we speak with Al Jazeera’s Hiba Morgan who joins us live from Khartoum then on the phone from the capital city we hear from Dahlia el-Roubi, a member of the Sudanese Congress Party, followed by Ahmed Soliman, a researcher at the Africa Programme in Chatham House who joins us from London via Skype.

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