Both sides have been split over the makeup and leadership of the council, with the ruling generals refusing to relinquish power.Reaction from abroadProtest leaders urged supporters to rush to the site and called for civil disobedience. The embassies of the United States and Britain expressed concern about reported attacks on civilians.The U.S. Embassy in Sudan called on Sudanese security forces to stop what it said were “attacks against protesters and other civilians.” The embassy said via Facebook that apparent attempts to move against the protest camp in the capital are “wrong” and that it holds the country’s Transitional Military Council responsible for the attacks.Ifran Siddiq, the British ambassador in Sudan, said he was “extremely concerned” by the heavy gunfire he had heard from his official residence in Khartoum and the reports that Sudanese security forces were attacking the protest sit-in site.  “No excuse for any such attack,” he said on Twitter. The chairman of the African Union Commission strongly condemned the violence and urged the country’s Transitional Military Council “to protect the civilians from further harm.” The statement released Monday by Moussa Faki Mahamat called for an immediate and transparent investigation into the reported deaths and injuries. Mahamat urged “utmost restraint” and called for civilians’ rights to be respected. He urged international partners to “reinforce common efforts towards the immediate cessation of the violence.”

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