After the Sudanese government confirmed that the situation in the country is under control, following the failure of a military coup attempt to seize power and control, the head of the Transitional Sovereignty Council in Sudan, Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, stressed, upon his arrival at the headquarters of the Armored Corps, that the security forces will bring the unity of the country with all their strength.
In a speech to officers at the Armored Corps headquarters, which witnessed early today, a number of individuals and officers attempted a coup against power, claimed that the army would protect the country, the homeland. and the transition process.
He also made it clear, according to reports from military sources in Al-Arabiya / Al-Hadath, that the information available on the failed military operation has not yet led to evidence of any connection to the coup group with any other party. He explained that the coup attempt ended without losses.
In addition, Al-Burhan called for the unity and cooperation of political forces to address the dangers, noting that the army and Rapid Support Forces are working together and in full coordination.
Look for the rest of the people involved
At the same time, the Sudanese army declared in a statement that they arrested most of the people involved, indicating that their number was 21 armored corps officers.
He also indicated that the searches are still on in course for the rest of those involved, underlining at the same time that all the sites seized by the coup leaders were restored at dawn.
In and out of the army
The prime minister, Abdullah Hamdok, had made it clear in a previous speech even today that the coup took place in coordination between different parties inside and outside the army.
He also pointed out in a speech at a government meeting, broadcast in direct in wave, that the former regime still poses a threat to revolution, change and the transition period in the country. He believes that this process, hampered by the military, requires a review of the work of the previous period of the transition period.
In addition, he pointed out that they are in investigations underway, stressing that the military and civilians responsible for this failed coup will be held accountable. He added that the country’s government and relevant authorities will continue measures to dismantle the regime of Omar al-Bashir (the country’s deposed former president).
While he called on the Sudanese people to rally around the country’s transitional authorities, he stressed that this process came after continuous attempts to incite the government in order to sow chaos and discord. He said: “The coup attempt was preceded by attempts to create a state of instability in the country, especially in the east.”
It is interesting to note that Sudan has recently witnessed a state of tension, especially in the east, against the background of some groups’ rejection of the steps taken by the government, as well as the pressure of living and economic conditions that throw a shadow over the village.
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