Wearing their black robes, some of the judges carried signs reading "judges for change" as they marched through central Khartoum, the witness said.
Sudan’s army rulers and protesters are to resume talks over handing power to a civilian administration, protest leaders said on Saturday, a month after veteran president Omar Al Bashir was deposed.
"There are gunshots in Nile Street and around the sit-in and we are seeing several wounded," said Mohamed Dahab, a volunteer at a field clinic at the protest camp outside army headquarters in central Khartoum
Sudanese army rulers and protest leaders on Wednesday agreed on a three-year transition period for transferring power to a full civilian administration, even as negotiations over a new sovereign ruling body remain unfinished.
The chief of Sudan's ruling military council, General Abdel Fattah Al Burhan, announced the talks had been suspended for 72 hours as security in Khartoum had deteriorated.
Sudan’s opposition alliance on Thursday said the ruling military council’s suspension of talks with protesters for 72 hours was a “regrettable decision.” The opposition alliance, known as the Declaration of Freedom and Change Forces (DFCF),
Sudan’s ruling military council restarted talks late on Sunday with an alliance of protest and opposition groups that is pushing for a civilian-led transition to democracy.
Both sides have been at loggerheads over the new governing body that would rule Sudan for a three-year transitional period after the ouster last month of longtime autocrat Omar Al Bashir.
The latest discussions were launched on Sunday evening following pressure from world powers to install a civilian-led governing body — a key demand of demonstrators.
Protest leaders had reached agreement with the ruling military council on the other main aspects of the transition.
Talks between the current ruling military council and the protest movement over the planned transfer of power are set to resume amid international pressure to return to the table after the generals suspended the negotiations earlier this week.