The tripartite mechanism in Sudan announced today Wednesday that the workshop’s recommendations on security and military reform are part of the political agreement, as the mechanism’s statement revealed that integration between security agencies is a difficult but necessary issue.
The seminar statement on security and military reform in Sudan has revealed the submission of 5 working documents to rebuild the army.
Today, Wednesday 29 March, the closed-door session of the Recommendation Drafting Committees was held, and last Sunday, in the presence of the President of the Sovereignty, the seminar on security and military reform began its work, organized by the tripartite mechanism and by the signatories of the framework Council, the commander in army chief, Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, and his deputy, Lieutenant General Muhammad Hamdan Dagalo, commander of the rapid support forces, and a group of stakeholders and continued his work for four days in a file and has covered many documents in this regard.
The Security Reform Workshop is the latest workshop of the final political process which was approved by the Political Framework Agreement signed between the military and civilians on December 5, 2022, in preparation for signing the final agreement.
The workshop began its work last Sunday, March 26, with the participation of regular forces, representatives of political forces, retirees of the regular forces and specialists from inside and outside Sudan.
The secretariat of the final phase of the political process said that the conclusion of the work of this evening’s workshop will be preceded by breakfast, and representatives of the signatories of the political framework agreement, leaders of the regular forces and other stakeholders from the leaders of At the closing session political action, civil society and others will participate mediaas well as the tripartite mechanism and the representatives of the media.
In a press release, he specified that the workshop continued yesterday, in the Sala dell’Amicizia, on its third day.
The day began with an open theoretical session that addressed the issues of reform and development of the military institution from a global and comparative perspective, presented by experts Simon Yazigi, Eric Larson and the professor Raphael Martinez.
This was followed by the continuation of the activities of the official seminar on the reform process of the military institution, with a session on the reform of the armed forces, whose speech was presented by Major General Diaa Al-Din Ahmed Al-Awad, followed by Lieutenant General Hatem Al-Sir Al-Dasouki, the retirement of Lieutenant General Kamal Abdullah Adam, Brigadier General Mudassir Ibrahim and Marine Colonel Ali Tabeeq and the session was moderated by team retirement of Rabih Suleiman.
In the third session, the Rapid Support Forces presented their vision of the reform process, presented by Brigadier General Omar Hamdan, followed by Major General Muhammad Ur Nasser, and the session was moderated by Major General Othman Muhammad Hamed.
During its session, the seminar discussed the issues of reforming the military and security system, leading to the existence of a single professional and national army, provisions in security matters and the reform of the police and intelligence services.
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