Michelle Bachelet said her office wants access to the country where more than 100 pro-democracy protesters were killed and many more injured during an assault by security forces on a sit-in on June 3.
Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah al Burhan says he was still ready to hand over power to an elected government, as the number of people killed since security forces stormed a protest camp in Khartoum rose to 60.
The opposition Umma Party, says it opposes the "preparations and timing" of the strike. However, it said authorities do not have the right to fire those who take part in the planned strike.
Following mass protests across the country calling for a civilian government, Sudan's military council has given in to public demand and made promises for a civilian transition.
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