Sudanese government and rebel groups agreed upon handing over the ousted Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir and others to the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Al-Bashir's trial began on August 19, two days after the signing of a historic agreement between the military council and the opposition leaders to share power during a transitional period.
According to two laws issued late Thursday by the transitional powers in the country (the sovereign council and the cabinet of Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, a Bashir-era public order law which restricted women freedoms was also revoked.
The court heard four defense witnesses on Saturday, including Abubakr Awad, who was minister of state for the presidency until Bashir’s fall.
Former President Bashir was ousted by the military on April 11, 2019. Since then the interim military council has ruled tha country.
The meeting is under the chairmanship of the chiefs of staff of both countries' Armed Forces.
The suspension will remain until “effective establishment” of a Civilian-led Transitional Authority, the council said.
President Sisi also affirmed his country’s keenness to accelerate the implementation of joint development projects between both countries, particularly in fields of electricity and railway.
President Sisi and Burhan would discuss the latest political development in Sudan following the ouster of former President Omar al-Bashir on April 11.
The Egyptian delegation are there to ensure Egypt’s full support to the choices and the will of the Sudanese people.
Abdel Fattah Burhan announced on Saturday that the council will hold consultations with the all political parties to form an agreed-upon civilian government.
A transitional military council will be set up to rule the country.
The announcement came after Sudanese sources said President Omar al-Bashir had been forced to step down after three decades in power.
Bashir ordered the release of all women arrested in connection with anti-government demonstrations, hours after protesters marched in the two largest city.
Haroun, who is wanted by the International Criminal Court for alleged war crimes committed in Darfur, was elected by the National Congress Party as its deputy head this week.
"I announce here, from Kassala, that we are opening the border with Eritrea because they are our brothers and our people," said al-Bashir
Sisi will meet with Sudanese counterpart Omar al-Bashir on Sunday, according a statement from the Egyptian presidency.
Sudanese police fired tear gas on Sunday at protesters ahead of a planned march on parliament in Omdurman, the twin city of Khartoum, witnesses said.
Speaking to crowds of supporters gathered in the Sudanese city of Nyala on Monday, Bashir reiterated that the three countries sent high-level delegations to back his country.
Sudanese security forces fired tear gas to disperse protesters who were trying to deliver an anti-government petition to the local headquarters.