Malik Agar, Member of the Sudan Interim Sovereignty Council and Leader of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement, met Volker Britts, Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary General and Head of the UN Mission “UNITAMS” at his residence today. , in the presence of the Egyptian Consul of Khartoum.
The Ambassador of the European Union, the Ambassador of the United Kingdom, the in-charges of the US Embassy and representatives of the Saudi Embassy and the UAE Embassy also attended the meeting.
Developments in the path of political initiative in Sudan
A member of the Sudanese Interim Sovereignty Council reviewed the progress along the initiative’s path through meetings with various political forces and parties, armed struggle movements that signed the Juba Peace Agreement, military elements. The initiative to structure the political process explained that he submitted a preliminary proposal for each of these elements to be agreed upon before proceeding with the formation of the government to distribute powers and authorities among the various organs of government. A comprehensive national dialogue involving everyone except the disbanded National Congress Party.
A member of the Sudanese Interim Sovereignty Council explained that he is waiting for various opinions from different parties to develop an initiative to reach a national agreement on the distribution of tasks and structures of transitional authority.
He called on the United Nations mission and the international community to play its role in a coordinated and effective manner to provide technical and legal support to legalize these missions and bridge the gap between different parties.
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