After the head of the Sovereign Council in Sudan, Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, stressed that the armed forces are the most eager to protect the transition phase in the country, stressing that it is not possible to negotiate with the parties that betray the military establishment, he returned and confirmed that the failed coup attempt would cause sedition in the country. .
He also pointed out that the rumors about the intention of the armed forces to organize a coup in Sudan are pure lies.
He also added, after meeting with senior officials, that the country needs an army far from political polarization.
While these statements came after a speech given by Al-Burhan on Sunday morning, in which indicated that the armed forces are very eager to move to the democratic stage and are committed not to allow the revolution to be overthrown. He explained that the army is not a partisan institution, while adding that it is a guardian of the security of the Sudanese people.
He also refused to sit with political parties that betray the security forces, saying he refuses to negotiate with parties with double loyalty.
He stressed that no one can intimidate the military in Sudan. He stressed the military establishment’s enthusiasm to work for real change, calling for elections to be held in weather.
In addition, he said: “There are some parties that do not want to hold elections in the country and are afraid of it.”
Blame the government
Interestingly, Al-Burhan recorded a clear rebuke to the country’s government and politicians last Wednesday, blaming them for the fragmentation that had taken place and, indirectly, for the failed coup attempt that took place last Tuesday.
He also considered at the time that the slogans of the revolution were lost in the struggle for positions, emphasizing that the security forces are protecting the transition phase in the country.
In recent days, statements between the military establishment in the country and the political component have intensified, against the background of the accusation of responsibility for the deterioration of living and economic conditions in the country.
The two sides exchanged critical statements, which revealed clear divisions between the parties at the transition phase in the country.
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