To the via the demonstrations in Khartoum, and the proof: the doors to dialogue will remain open

The head of the Sudanese Sovereign Transitional Council, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, confirmed today, Tuesday, in a meeting with the Chargé d’affaires of the US Embassy in Khartoum, Brian Shawkan, that the doors of dialogue will remain open with all the armed forces in order to agree on the completion of the structures of the transitional period.

A statement from the Sovereign Council stated that, during the meeting, Al-Burhan stressed the “need to continue the dialogue between all parties to elaborate a national consensus program to manage the transition period”.

He added: “The doors of dialogue will remain open with all political forces and young people of the revolution to agree to complete the structures of the transition period and walk the path of democratic transformation, leading to free and fair elections leading to an elected civil government that meet the aspirations of the Sudanese people “.

The Sudanese Sovereignty Council has indicated that the charge d’affaires of the US embassy is asking for the formation of the government to be accelerated.

He arrives in a moment to leave Demonstrations in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum. Today, Tuesday, after an appeal by the resistance committees to ask for a civil sentence after the resignation Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok.

Hamdok announced, in a televised speech, at dawn on Monday, his resignation from office. He added that there are nihilistic conflicts between the components of the transition, noting that he has tried to spare Sudan the risk of sliding into disaster.

Large demonstrations took place on Sunday afternoon, heading towards the Republican Palace in the center of the Sudanese capital, from Bashdar station in the Al-Dim district.

The participants in the demonstrations called by the gathering of professionals and by the resistance committees have called for the handing over of full powers to civilians.

The Sudanese Central Medical Committee said the total number of deaths since the start of the security forces’ campaign on 25 October was 56, including 11 after the “political agreement” signed between Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok and army commander Abdel Fattah al-Burhan.

It is interesting to note that the country has seen, since last October, criticisms and demonstrations of rejection of the exceptional measures imposed at the time by the armed forces, according to which the government and the Sovereign Council have been dissolved, and the agreement signed with Hamdok also on November 21, which established an association in the government of the country with the military component, and at the same time the premier lost his political incubator.

The protesters are calling for the transfer of power in the country to a purely civilian government and for the security forces to stop participating in the management of the country.

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