Gathering of professionals: the deal with the army commanders is a political suicide for Hamdok

Today, Sunday, the Sudanese Professionals Association launched a ferocious attack on the political agreement signed last Sunday at the presidential palace in Khartoum, between Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok and the army chief and head of the Sovereign Council Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, describing what happened today as “betrayal”.

And he felt, in a statement on his media accounts this evening that the signed deal was a “political suicide” for Hamdok.

The assembly also underlined that the agreement “totally and completely rejected and concerns only its parts”.

Furthermore, he stressed that he “adheres to the proposal for a political declaration that he had previously presented to the revolutionary forces”, considering that all his positions derive from that declaration.

Don’t negotiate with military leaders

In turn, the coalition of the Forces of Freedom and Change, a civilian coalition that in previously shared power with the army, announced that it did not recognize any political agreement with the army.

He also added in a statement on his Facebook page: “We are committed to the usual pacifism, in the field paths indicated by the resistance committees and in the unity behind the national objectives”. He considered not negotiating or collaborating with army chiefs.

Furthermore, the official spokesperson of the Umma Party, Al-Wathiq Al-Barir, announced in a statement, according to Reuters, “the party’s rejection of any political agreement that does not discuss the roots of the current crisis in Country. “He stressed that” we will not be party to any agreement that does not meet the aspirations of the revolutionaries and the Sudanese people. “

These responses came after the army and Hamdok signed a political agreement, according to which questhe was last returned to his position as Prime Minister.

The agreement also included the release of all political detainees, after weeks of unrest and demonstrations in the streets of the capital to protest against the army measures imposed on 25 October, which led to the dissolution of the government and the former Sovereign Council. as well as the suspension of work by some commissions, and the provisions of the Constitutional document also, as imposed by the state of emergency.

Hamdok is expected to assume a civilian government of competences for a transitional period, provided that the partnership in the country’s government remains with the military component, through the Sovereign Council, before any subsequent transfer of power to civilians.

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