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Hemedti to the BBC: The army is sincere in its commitment to get out of the political scene

Hemedti to the BBC: The army is sincere in its commitment to get out of the political scene

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The Vice-President of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council, Lieutenant-General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, Hemedti, said in an exclusive interview with BBC Arabic, that the army is sincere in its commitment to get out of the political scene, as long as the goal is to achieve stability and prosperity for Sudan.

In a question about whether the army leaders “regret” the step they call “correcting a course”, and what others call a “coup”, Hemedti said: “Unfortunately, we did not succeed in the change, for reasons that I will not talk about now. When you think about change. “You have a goal, a vision for change. But unfortunately the planned thing did not happen, and it failed. And now we have gone for the worse.”

The head of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council, Lieutenant-General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, had overthrown the Hamdok government last October, in order to prevent the country from sliding into chaos, and to correct the course, Al-Burhan announced.

In a question about whether Hemeti was considering running for the presidency at any time, he said that he had no political ambition, but added that if a government came with patriotic people who would maintain Sudan’s security and stability, then “we will certainly not enter into this issue of candidacy, but if We saw Sudan collapse, we will be present, and we are part of the Sudanese people, and what applies to others applies to us.”