After the signing of the political agreement in Sudan, between the head of the Sovereign Council, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, and the returning prime minister, Abdullah Hamdok, authorities released 4 prominent politicians at dawn on Monday.
In addition, Al-Arabiya and Al-Hadath correspondents in Khartoum reported that the authorities released the leader of the Sudanese Congress Party, Omar Al-Digair, deputy head of the Sudanese People’s Liberation Movement – North Sector, former adviser to Hamdok, Yasser Arman, the head of the Sudanese Baath party, Ali Al-Sanhouri and Siddiq Al-Sadiq Al-Mahdi, of the Umma party.
On Sunday the presidential palace of the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, attended the ceremony of the signing of a political agreement between Hamdok and Al-Burhan, in the presence of the vice president of the Council, Hamdan Dagalo, nicknamed Hemedti.
Lifting restrictions on Hamdok
This took place after the terms of the agreement were read, which provided for the release of all political detainees and the initiation of a dialogue between all political forces to establish the constitutional conference, as well as canceling the decision of the commander of the army of raise the premier.
It also stipulated the swift completion of all transitional government institutions.
The prime minister had arrived today in advance to the presidential palace, after the armed forces had lifted the restrictions on his movements, following the agreement reached yesterday between the two parties and which provided for his return to the head of the government.
While the Sudanese state television showed a video of the preparations for the signing ceremony of the agreement, showing a room packed with political and media presence.
While the Sovereign Council posted a photo on its Telegram channel which collected Al-Burhan and Hamdok, as well as Hemedti.
Articles of the Agreement
Interestingly, the draft agreement included the release of all political prisoners, work to build a unified national army, as well as the restructuring of the committee to dismantle the Bashir regime with a review of its performance.
He also stressed the need for dialogue between all political forces to establish the constitutional conference, as well as to accelerate the completion of all transitional government institutions.
It also entered into the implementation of the agreement pace of Juba and the completion of its rights, as well as ensuring the timely transfer of power to a civilian government.
Interestingly, since the military announced the imposition of a state of emergency and the dissolution of the government and former sovereign council last October 25 (2021), international and regional appeals have continued to put the country back on the road. democratic, and the partnership between the military and civilian components, which have governed the country since 2019.
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