The country’s main association of Sudanese professionals, the Communist Party, has estimated that The Sudanese government, both military and civilian, Don’t represent the people.
The assembly, which played a leading role in the December uprising that led to the overthrow of the regime of ousted President Omar al-Bashir, said in a statement Monday that it had met with the Sudanese Communist Party yesterday and that ‘they had discussed the current political situation and the means to get out of the political and economic crises that the country is going through.
It does not represent the aspirations of the people
He also said that the two sides agreed that the current government, along with the two sides, does not represent The aspirations of the people and the December revolution.
In addition, both sides agreed on the need to work towards achieving a comprehensive peace that includes all components and enjoys popular support.
They called for speeding up transitional justice procedures and handing over wanted suspects to the Criminal Court, with the importance of ratifying international human rights covenants.
They also underlined the importance of the authorities’ commitment to a balanced foreign policy, far from dependence on external axes. They underlined the need to continue the stages of democratic transition and to build a state of citizenship.
Security forces in Khartoum (archive – Reuters)
As for the security forces, the two parties called for reforming the regular forces and restructuring them according to a national doctrine, considering that this step has become urgent, and that the democratic transition cannot be completed without it.
They also stressed the importance of building a unified regular army to civil authority.
The two parties agreed on the importance of joint action and the priority of coordination between all the forces of the revolution, in order to broaden the protection base of the civil and democratic transition.
From Khartoum (archives – Reuters)
It is reported that since last September tensions have started The differences between the two components Flooding on the surface, before it no longer explodes sharply on September 21, after announcing the failure of a government-led coup attempt, according to what the government announced at the time, “Officers from the remnants of the regime of ousted President Omar al-Bashir, detained for more than two years after the army ousted him under the pressure of a massive popular protest movement.”
The failed attempt exacerbated tension between the military and civilian components of the country, as the two sides threw accusations and traded responsibilities for the deteriorating security, economic and living conditions, before recently resuming peace efforts. and settle disputes. without success until now.