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Security Council calls for 'civilian-run government' in Sudan

Security Council calls for ‘civilian-run government’ in Sudan

was UN Security Council He failed in the past days, three times, to adopt a unified statement among recent events in Sudan Because of the divergence of opinions among the member states.

The members reached a compromise formula calling for the return of a civilian-run government, while expressing deep concern over the recent measures announced by the Sudanese army.

“The members of the Security Council call on the Sudanese military authorities to restore the transitional government with civilian leadership on the basis of the constitutional document and other founding documents of the transitional period,” the statement read.

This statement came after hard negotiations, according to Agence France-Presse, and was drafted by Britain and Russia intervened to tone down the language used in it.

The statement said that the UN Security Council calls for the resumption of political dialogue, without preconditions, and the immediate release of detainees with the right to peaceful assembly.

“The Council calls on all parties to engage in dialogue without preconditions, in order to enable the full implementation of the Constitutional Document and the Juba Peace Agreement, which support the democratic transition in Sudan,” the statement read.

The members of the Security Council stressed that any attempt to undermine the democratic transition process in Sudan would endanger its security, stability and development.

They expressed their readiness to support the efforts made to achieve democratic transformation in the country, in order to achieve the hopes and aspirations of the Sudanese people for a comprehensive, peaceful, stable, democratic and prosperous future.

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