On October 4th, members of the Sudanese Revolutionary Front (SRF) signed a document detailing the establishment of a democratic and secular government once al-Bashir's government falls. It calls for the unification of various liberation movements, opposition parties, military forces and rebel groups. Among the signatures to the paper, called the "Restructuring of Sudanese State Document," are members from the SPLM-North, Sudan Liberation Movement, Democratic Unionist Party and Umma National Party.
The document outlines a six year interim period after the fall of al-Bashir during which an appointed president and state governors as vice-presidents will rule the nation while a federal system is implemented. Women are allocated a 30% representation in the interim government. The new structure will grant greater autonomy to the provinces, create a unified military and political party, and encourage transparency and productive relations with South Sudan.