The Sudanese Sovereignty Council calls for the need for political consensus and the end of the “non-state” state

The Sudanese Council for Sovereignty announced that the country needs the consent of the political forces more than ever, stressing the need to leave the state of “non-state” that the Council has inherited and that the country currently lives in.

Brigadier General Taher Abu Haga, adviser to the media of the commander in Chief of the armed forces, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, said that “the nation needs the consent of the political forces more than ever, especially on urgent and urgent issues. from differences”.

He stressed that the most important thing is to arrive at a solution that arises from national will.

And the commander’s media advisor in head of the armed forces, Abdel-Fattah Al-Burhan, added that “the state of the state that we have inherited from the last period and that the country is currently experiencing is not in the interest of its continuation, and the void must be filled in shortest time possible “.

The councilor for i media he stressed that “the armed and security forces are cohesive, aware of what is being plotted against the homeland and are confident in protecting the transition until a democratic and civil state is reached”.

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