Calls for new demonstrations in Khartoum .. on the impact of mediation

On the impact of the renewed appeals to continue demonstrating in Sudan, the envoy of the President of the State of South Sudan and his security advisor, Tut Galwak, continues today, Saturday, with his meetings with the parties to the political process in the country, to contain the crisis that erupted two and a half months ago between components of the transition period, including civilians and military.

Regional efforts led by Qalwak are in harmony with an impending international mediation to bring the parties together.

free elections

Friday, in an important invitation, UN Secretary-General Anthony Guterres expressed his support for the dialogue between all Sudanese parties to the President of the Transitional Sovereign Council, Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, to ensure a smooth transition leading to free elections that meet the aspirations of the Sudanese.

Meanwhile, US Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, Molly V, confirmed her country’s readiness to enter as a mediator between the Sudanese parties.

New gatherings

This comes when the “resistance committees” in the capital, Khartoum, have called for new demonstrations against military participation in the government tomorrow. It also identified, in statements on some reports on communication sites, collection points, emphasizing the need to maintain the pace in all movements and denouncing the violence of the security forces, as you said.

Interestingly, since the resignation of Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok on January 3, international appeals have continued to accelerate the formation of a civilian government as soon as possible, paving the way for elections to be held in the country, as required by the 2019 Constitutional Document.

The protests also continue, rejecting the agreement signed by Hamdok with the commander of the Armed Forces, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, last November 21 (2021), demonstrating the partnership with the military component in the temporary management of the country until the elections of the next year .

60 dead

From last October 25, day in to which the army imposed exceptional measures and dissolved the previous government led by Hamdok himself, caused the death of almost 60 demonstrators, according to what was announced by the Sudanese Medical Committee, a civil committee that contributed widely to the civil movement that began in December of years ago, to isolate the former president of the regime, Omar al-Bashir.

Up to now, a part of the civil committees of the country, in Particularly in Khartoum, he still refuses to involve the military component in the government, and his calls are to join the demonstrations, despite evidence more than once that the military plays no role in governance after the elections.

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