Al-Burhan: The framework agreement is open to all political forces

The head of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, said that the framework agreement does not bypass anyone and is open to all political forces.

Al-Burhan said on Monday in statements to Al-Arabiya / Al-Hadath that the transitional period should not be subject to quotas.

completely civilian

He also stressed that all those concerned with Sudan’s interests will not hesitate to join the framework agreement.

Al-Burhan explained that the powers specified by the framework agreement are entirely civil and no one can cancel them.

Furthermore, he added that what happened on October 25 was not a mistake, but rather a need to reveal the facts.

put an end to the political crisis

Interestingly, the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, witnessed the signing of the “framework agreement” on Monday between the military component of the country’s ruling Council of Sovereignty, the Forces for the Declaration of Freedom and Change, the Central Council and allied groups, to end the political crisis in Sudan and restore it to civilian rule, in amidst a large international and regional presence of parties that have contributed to reaching this agreement.

The details of the agreement are as follows:

– The transitional period is set at two years from the moment of the appointment of a prime minister and the selection of a transitional prime minister by the revolutionary forces that signed the framework agreement. According to the framework agreement, the head of state will be the commander in army chief. He also expands the prime minister’s powers during the transition period.

– Initiate a comprehensive constitutional process, by organizing a comprehensive electoral process after a transitional period of 24 months, provided that its requirements and preparations are defined in the transitional constitution, in in a way that is credible, transparent and fair.

– The issue of security and military reform leading to a single professional and national military that protects the country’s borders and democratic civilian government and removes the military from politics.

Signing of the framework agreement between the Sudanese parties

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– The need to reform all the organs of the system and to define their tasks.

– The question of removing the empowerment of the isolated regime, dismantling it in all state institutions, recovery of illegally obtained funds and assets and review of decisions in under which the decisions of the Empowerment Removal Committee were reversed.

– Legal reform and reform of the judiciary to achieve its independence and professionalism.

Stop the economic decline and face the crisis of living.

Implementation of the agreement of pace of Juba with his assessment and evaluation.

Complete the pace with the non-signatory armed movements.

Adopt a balanced foreign policy that realizes the supreme national interests of the state.

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