About 100 Sudanese judges joined the protests held by the Opposition.
The judges demanding civilian rule marched on Thursday from the Supreme Court in Khartoum towards the opposition sit-in outside the Defence Ministry.
Wearing black robes, the judges carried signs reading “judges for change”. “Civilian, civilian, protected by the judiciary,” they chanted slogans the military rule.
Judge Abu Al Fattah Mohamed Othman said, “We demand reform of the judiciary until justice prevails and corruption is prosecuted.”
He said, “We demand the removal of symbols of the former regime from the judiciary and the dismissal of the head of the judiciary to achieve justice.”
They joined the anti-government protests for the first time.
Sudan’s Transitional Military Council (TMC) and the Opposition have been at loggerheads.
The Opposition is demanding the civilian rule after the military removed Omar Al Bashir as president on April 11.
President Bashir Omar Al Bashir ruled the country over 30 years.
The Sudanese military established the Transitional Military Council (TMC) to run Sudan for a period of up to two years.