The head of the Sudanese Sovereign Council, “Abdel-Fattah Al-Burhan”, said in an exclusive interview with “Al-Arabiya” and “Al-Hadath”, which they hope to complete Gradual transition period Instead of holding early elections.
– Arabic (@AlArabiya) September 24, 2021
In an exclusive interview with “Al-Arabiya” and “Al-Hadath”, the head of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council, “Abdel-Fattah Al-Burhan”, said that there are divisions within political forces and differences of vision among the street Sudanese.
He clarified that the armed forces must prevent tampering in the country, especially by the armed forces, and added that without the conditions of the transition, the armed forces would not have been present in the government institutions, because the road that ignited the revolution would not elected a specific person. He said that the form of the partnership will not change, but that we must return to the forces of the revolution.
Al-Burhan indicated that the military component has nothing to do with the protests in eastern Sudan either in others, and that what is happening in the east is “political” and it is necessary to sit down with the political parties.
Earlier, Sudanese Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok announced that Sudan needed four years as a transition period.
Hamdok added, during his meeting with the diplomat at the German foreign ministry, Robert Dougler, that four years will be enough for the government and citizens to organize elections. in a democratic climate.
For his part, the German official affirmed the transitional government’s support and efforts for democratic transformation.
To rise to “political rationality”
In a meeting, the forces of freedom and change in Sudan discussed the general situation in the country and, in this context, the leader of the forces of freedom and change, Muhammad Esmat, in a statement to Al-Arabiya and Al-Hadath, asked all political and military components to rise to what he called the necessary political rationality. Like the conditions the country is going through in this moment.
The challenges facing Sudan require cohesion
Esmat said there are challenges that Sudan faces, such as the economic crisis, the border war in course with Ethiopia and the country’s international obligations, which require cohesion on the home front to achieve a breakthrough and achieve what the Sudanese people want.
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