A great review of this subject comes from a really interesting article by Ismaeel Naar, produced by the National News. Take a look at this extract:
A new civilian-led transitional government will be established in Sudan on April 11 after military leaders and pro-democracy forces reached a final agreement on the country’s political process.
The settlement, which was first agreed on in December, will be signed on April 1, the spokesman for both sides, Khalid Omar, told Sudan’s state-run Suna news agency.
A new transitional constitution will be signed on April 6, he said. Mr Omar said one week has been set for the drafting committee to complete an initial version of the final agreement and that work will begin on Monday.
Read full article here.