For the second time, the meeting which brought together the Sudanese Prime Minister, Abdullah Hamdok, and the head of the Sovereign Council, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, did not produce any significant results.
Sources revealed to Al-Arabiya / Al-Hadath today, Monday, that the meeting which included Hamdok and Al-Burhan with the rest of the members of the military component to resolve the dispute between them and the civilian component did not did not succeed.
The sources said the two sides agreed to continue the meetings between them and to confirm their commitment toConstitutional document And the partnership between civilians and the military component, in addition to discussing the expansion of the partnership base.
Abdullah Hamdouk and Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan (archives – AFP)
Eastern Sudan also participated
She also confirmed that the meeting on resolving the dispute and listening to the Prime Minister’s vision focused on the crisis in eastern Sudan and the need to find a quick solution to the crisis.
She explained that Hamdok suggested freezing the eastern route until a global conference was held, but what he received was the rejection of the proposal by the High Coordination of the components of eastern Sudan.
In addition, the prime minister said that the disagreement and lack of joint meetings is based on the eastern crisis, which requires concerted efforts and cooperation between different parties.
“Committee to Resolve the Eastern Crisis”
The prime minister had formed a joint committee headed by him and Al-Burhan to resolve the crisis in the east, which I once met the latter On the 6th of this month (October), she received no proposal or recommendation.
It should be noted that the tribes of eastern Sudan renewed their criticism of the Sudanese government on Sunday. The head of the Supreme Council of Optics of Beja and Independent Amaudists, Muhammad Al-Amin Turk, said the transitional government “underestimated” the issue of eastern Sudan. He also described it as failed and unnecessary, according to what was reported by local media.
Protests in eastern Sudan (archives – AFP)
crisis in eastern sudan
It should be noted that the problem in eastern Sudan was renewed in the middle of last month (September) with the closure of Port Sudan, and the protests lasted for days before a government delegation visited the region. region and does not meet its leaders to negotiate and reach a solution that brings calm to the areas considered to be the poorest of the country.
Solutions vary between the civilian and military components of this crisis, as the civilians accuse the military component of supporting the eastern entities in escalating against the civilian government to weaken it, while the military component believes that the crisis policy is in the hands of the transitional governments, and that dissolving the escalating demonstrations in the streets and the port is part of the police duties which belong to the Prime Minister and not to the army.