Sudanese activists are urging people to join nationwide protests calling for justice for those who have been killed during the seven-month uprising.
But Ahmed Rabei, a spokesman for the SPA, later said the protest movement called for the postponement of talks until Sunday "for more consultations" within the Freedom and Change alliance on the deal.
Sudanese protesters shout slogans as they march during a demonstration against the military council, in Khartoum, Sudan on June 30, 2019.
David Shinn, former deputy chief of mission at U.S. embassy in Sudan, said that the coup attempt was not "too surprising". "We want civilian rule now", said Abdelqadir Omar, an English teacher at a rally in the Al-Sahafa area of the capital.
"During that rally the RSF raided a youth club and beat the youths there", one witness said. There were protests in other places, including the Red Sea city of Port Sudan and the eastern province of Kassala.
On Saturday, protesters held rallies in several cities and towns across the country, including in Khartoum, to mourn those killed in the raid on the protest camp outside army headquarters in the capital.
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Protesters also marched in the town of Atbara, where the first rally against Bashir's government was held on December 19 in response to a decision to triple the price of bread.
The killing occurred with the military council and civilian opposition wrangling over final details of a power-sharing agreement ahead of elections after veteran autocrat Omar al-Bashir was toppled in a coup following weeks of mass protests. According to different estimates, up to 60 people could have been killed, including at least 19 children, and hundreds more were wounded.
Earlier this month the military council and protest leaders reached a landmark power sharing agreement to set up a joint civilian-military governing body after intense mediation by the African Union and Ethiopia.
The agreement proposes a little more than a three-year transition period, with the president of the new ruling body to be held by the military for the first 21 months and a civilian for the remaining 18 months.
The forming of the new governing body is the first step towards installing an overall transitional civilian administration in Sudan as demanded by demonstrators.
"We are not an enemy of the Alliance for Freedom and Change", Gen. Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, the deputy chief of the ruling military council, told a rally in comments broadcast on state television from the Nile State.