Sudanese ruler: the agreement paves the way for a transition period after the elections

In a moment in where the Sudanese square still is in awaiting the results of the political agreement signed yesterday between the army chief, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, and Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok, the Sovereign Council stressed that the latest agreement paves the way for a transition period.

A statement, citing Prime Minister Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, added that the agreement is characterized by specific objectives represented by the extension of security and the completion of the requirements of pace in preparation of free and fair elections.

In support of the economy

This came after Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok made it clear that preserving the economic gains he had made in the past two years was among the reasons that prompted him to return to his post, almost a month after his dismissal, following exceptional measures. imposed by the armed forces on 25 October.

“We expect the technocratic government’s performance to have a positive impact on performance economic and citizens’ livelihoods, “he said in an interview with Reuters today, Monday, from his residence in Khartoum, where he had been under house arrest for weeks. He continued: “The new budget will continue the economic reform and open investment approach.”

right to blood

Interestingly, the prime minister, who lost his civilian political incubator by signing this agreement, confirmed on Sunday that he agreed to agree with the army leaders, for several fundamental reasons. in especially to spare the blood of Sudanese youth. He then said from the Republican Palace: “I know that young people have the capacity for sacrifice and determination and offer everything that is valuable, but Sudanese blood is precious”.

He also stressed that the agreement aims to bring the country back to a democratic transition and preserve the gains of the past two years, noting that it will strengthen the democratic civil transition in the country.

Interestingly, the agreement came about 3 weeks after the army imposed a state of emergency, following the dissolution of the government and the Sovereignty Council, as well as the suspension of the provisions in the constitutional document.

It also came after the demonstrations and protests in Khartoum and in other areas, which have resulted in dozens of deaths and injuries.

His first results crystallized at dawn today, through the release of 4 prominent politicians, while dozens are still in detention, including Mohamed Saleh, media Hamdok’s advisor, as well as his former adviser, Fayez al-Silik, as well as former member of the Sovereign Council Muhammad al-Faki Suleiman and the two ministers Khaled Omar and Ibrahim Sheikh.

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