The Council affirmed that it welcomed the initiative launched by the NGO United nationsTo launch a dialogue between the Sudanese components to get out of the crisis.
On the other hand, she emphasized Forces of Freedom and Change in a SudanPositively dealing with any international effort that helps achieve the goals of the people and establish a civil and democratic state.
Initiative for a solution
The United Nations recently announced the launch of a political process to resolve the current crisis in Sudan, by organizing and sponsoring a comprehensive dialogue between all parties and components in the country, while the street continues mass protests to demand “civilian rule.”
The Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, called, in connection with the commander of the Sudanese army, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, for an immediate and thorough investigation into the operations to confront the protesters, which led to the killing of 60 people, since the start of the peaceful protests rejecting the measures of the twenty-fifth of October.
A statement issued by Volker Peretz, the Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General in Sudan, said that he is conducting consultations with Sudanese and international partners aimed at supporting Sudanese stakeholders for the agreement.
He explained that the aim of the step is to get out of the current political crisis and agree on a sustainable path to move towards democracy and peace.
According to the statement, the transitional period has faced major setbacks that have profoundly affected the country since the army’s measures that brought protests to the street, and the situation has become more tense in the country.
Most of the neighborhoods of Khartoum, Omdurman, Khartoum North and other cities witnessed gatherings to call for new rallies expected on Sunday, at the invitation of the resistance committees and a number of political organizations, including the gathering of professionals.
On Thursday, the Sudanese security forces used tear gas and sound bombs to disperse demonstrators in different parts of the country; There were also reports of live bullets being used in Omdurman and Khartoum; It was said that several hospitals were stormed in pursuit of injured protesters.
The situation deteriorated further after the resignation of the Prime Minister, Abdullah Hamdok, on Sunday, in light of a blockage on the political horizon and major differences between the civil and military sectors.
The Sovereignty Council announced that it was seeking to appoint a new prime minister to form a government with “specific tasks”; But the United States and the European Union stressed that they will not recognize any prime minister who is appointed without political consensus.
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