Sudanese transitional authorities repeal public order law used to regulate women's behaviour under ex-president Omar al Bashir and approve a law to dissolve the former ruling party.
Tens of thousands of protesters gathered in front of Sudan's army headquarters despite Sudan's new military rulers and protest leaders agreeing to set up a joint committee.
The continuing protests against his government and a loss of support in parliament have left the Sudanese president vulnerable. But almost everyone agrees he won’t willingly step down.
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