Sudanese president was ousted by the army on Thursday after months of anti-government protests against his three decades of iron-fisted rule.
Thousands of demonstrators in Sudan's Khartoum on Friday rejected plans for a transitional military council to run the country temporarily until a civilian government is set up.
File photo of Omar al-Bashir.
The ruling military council promised the country would have a new civilian government but the proposal was immediately rejected by the main protest group.
The council said it expects a pre-election transition period to last two years at most or much less if chaos can be avoided.
Outside the defence ministry compound in Khartoum, centre of the protests, large tents were put up as the crowd swelled and demonstrators voiced their opposition to the new regime.