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Sudan's ruling military council has canceled all previous agreements with the main opposition coalition and called for snap elections , Tuesday's announcement follows deadly violence on the streets of Khartoum Monday off to security forces stormed the main protest , at least thirty five people were killed and more than a hundred injured according to a group of doctors need to the opposition , it's the world's violence the country has seen since president Omar al Bashir was overthrown in April and follows a breakdown in talks between the ruling transitional military council and the declaration of freedom and change forces alliance , the military council took over in April promising a civilian government would be formed within two years but its decision to call an election within nine months is likely to fuel anger among protest leaders , they demanded preparations for elections during the long that transitional period led by a civilian administration , you know those speaking on national TV the head of Saddam's military council said the opposition coalition was equally responsible for the talks ending in deadlock and said the only way to gain legitimacy was through the ballot box he also promised a full investigation into Monday's violence