Sudan's army rulers on Wednesday suspended talks on installing civilian rule until demonstrators remove roadblocks put up in parts of Khartoum, protest leaders told AFP.
He was referring to barricades put up by demonstrators on some key roads that have angered the generals.
"The military council has told us that the protesters must dismantle the barricades and go back to the sit-in" outside the army complex where thousands have camped for weeks, Sayid said.
Another protest leader, Ahmed al-Rabie, confirmed the ruling military council's condition for a resumption of negotiations with the protest movement.
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