The Sudanese Military Council President Sudan, Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah announced El-Borhan, that discussions would be stopped with the leaders of the sit-in session for 72 hours.
Al-Burhan said that the move aimed to create the atmosphere to complete the agreement, and called on exhibitors to remove the barricades outside the borders of sitting in and opening the railway. between Khartoum and the rest of the provinces.
The powers of freedom and change considered preventing talks from Sudan's military council, an unfortunate decision that we do not understand the evolution of events.
The forces said that giving the best to unilateral negotiations was contrary to the principle of partnership "and allowed return to the square of delayed transfers of power."
The police were demanding urgent investigations into the "bloody massacre held on Monday night."
A number of exhibitors were injured by setting fire to the army headquarters in Khartoum.