Sudanese protesters have now turned their anger on the military that toppled former leader, Omar al-Bashir.
The protesters had asked the military to hand over power to a civilian regime days after their protests led to a coup.
The Military had promised it will ensure that a civilian government is formed but not immediately. The leaders of the military council were willing to have a joint military-civilian team.
But the protesters are having none of that and are demanding a civilian council to oversee the transitional process.
On Sunday the protesters gathered once again outside outside army headquarters in Khartoum as they promised to escalate their protests in the coming days.
The protesters have always maintained that the military is still an extension of the regime under the former leader, Bashir.
Where is Bashir?
The toppled ex-leader has been caged at the Kobar prison days after he was removed from power in a military coup.
He could face trial but the country has refused to extradite him to The Hague. He is wanted for war crimes.
Meanwhile Uganda has said it was willing to consider offering Mr. Bashir asylum.
Prosecutors have also launched an investigation into a possible money laundering activity by al-Bashir.
An announcement of the investigation was made public on Saturday after large sums of money mostly in foreign currency were found in the ex-leader’s house.
Military intelligence searched Bashir’s home and found suitcases with more than $351,000.
Currency worth six million euros and five million Sudanese pounds were also found, according to a judicial sources.