People in Sudan hit the streets after the government increased the prices of bread and fuel in December last year.
Furthermore, federal and state governments were dissolved by Bashir, reported Anadolu Agency.
Around 31 people have lost their lives ever since the protests started two months back, according to official figures. The opposition, however, has put the number of deceased at 50.
Wanted by International Criminal Court on charges of war crimes and genocide, Bashir, came to power in a 1989 coup.
Last year, Sudan was the among seven nations that were blacklisted by the United States for "sponsoring terrorism".
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