Sudan.. today signs a framework agreement to end the crisis

Today, Monday, the political forces in Sudan have set a date for signing the framework agreement to end the political crisis in the country and establish a civilian transitional authority, according to the Transitional Sovereignty Council and the Forces for Freedom and Change.

Yesterday, Sunday, the Deputy Chairman of the Sovereignty Council, Muhammad Hamdan Dagalo, nicknamed “Hemedti”, discussed with the delegation of the Freedom and Change Bloc – Democratic Bloc the current political situation, in the light of recent developments, and how to join forces national ranks.

Don’t withdraw from pace

Daglo also stressed the need for everyone to work towards achieving the country’s security and stability in order to alleviate the suffering of citizens, stressing that there is no retreat from pace and since its completion, according to the Sudanese news agency “SUNA”.

For his part, the Secretary General of Freedom and Change – Democratic Bloc, Omar Othman, announced in a statement that the discussion was transparent and candid and discussed all issues and topics, noting that Daglo stressed during the meeting “the need for communication between the Democratic Bloc and the Central Council and the rest of the signatory parties of the framework agreement document.” “.

basis for solving the crisis.

It should be noted that a meeting was held last Friday in the capital Khartoum which was attended by the President of the Sovereignty Council, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, his deputy, Muhammad Hamdan Daglo, and representatives of Sudanese political forces and tripartite and quartet mechanisms , who sponsor the talks in the country. The meeting discussed developments in the political process and secured the political framework agreement.

In a statement, the Sovereignty Council confirmed on Monday the signing of the political framework agreement with the country’s political forces, underlining that the agreement constitutes “a basis for resolving the current political crisis in the country”.

He also underlined that the framework agreement will remain “open for discussion and participation by the other parties agreed for its development in the second phase of a definitive agreement and transitional constitutional provisions, within a few weeks”.

Formation of a civil authority

He also described the deal as paving the way for the “formation of a civilian authority that will lead the transition period, leading to free and fair elections.” in for the Sudanese people to choose who will govern them”.

On Friday, the Forces for Freedom and Change (the Central Council) also announced the signing of the framework agreement on December 5, saying it “establishes a transitional civil authority”.

Interestingly, this agreement is based on what has been termed the “transitional constitution”, i.e. a draft new constitution for the country presented by the Sudanese Bar Association in an attempt to resolve the crisis, which provides for a transitional period of a maximum of two years, the establishment of federal civilian government and the removal of the armed forces from power, as well as the revision of the pace of Juba signed in October 2020.

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