Sudanese President delegated his powers as head of the ruling National Congress Party to its deputy head.
Sudan's President has declared a national state of emergency and has dismissed the entire federal government.
Sudanese security forces have arrested dozens of prominent opposition leaders on Thursday in a rally in the country’s capital of Khartoum, while all ports in Sudan are now shut down due to workers strike.
A deal between three African countries and Russia on navy port visits could morph into permanent Russian military presence on the Red Sea coast, the head of Sudan’s parliamentary defense committee said.
Sudanese security forces used tear gas to disperse protests in the capital Khartoum and elsewhere on Thursday.
The leader of Sudan’s largest opposition party demanded that President Omar al-Bashir’s administration bow to mass protests and step down, in an address to hundreds of party supporters in a mosque near Khartoum on Friday.
Sudanese opposition groups vowed Monday to continue protests amid public anger over worsening economic conditions.
Anti-government protests in Sudan have left 22 people dead, according to the authorities on Thursday.
Protests in parts of Sudan continued for the fifth consecutive day on Sunday, as doctors prepared to strike over the rising cost of bread and fuel.
Eight people have been killed during the anti-government protests in multiple cities across Sudan over rising bread and fuel prices.