Sudanese Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok said today, Tuesday, in an interview with Al-Arabiya channel, that the recent political agreement with the army “was done on the basis of sparing the blood of the Sudanese and preserving the gains.”
Hamdok considered that “there is no alternative to dialogue in Sudan and work to reach the elections,” stressing that “the elections will open the way for the consolidation of democracy in Sudan.”
Hamdok stressed that he is not thinking of gaining popularity, but is thinking “in the interest of the Sudanese people.”
Abdullah Hamdouk and Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan after the signing of the political agreement in Khartoum
He also explained that “the forces of freedom and change in Sudan will remain active,” adding that “the gathering of professionals led the revolution in Sudan with all professionalism.”
He believed that “the priority now is to release all political detainees… and that will happen soon,” expressing his support for “releasing all political detainees without exception.”
In another context, Hamdok expressed his keenness to “adhere to all agreements related to the peace of Juba.”
Demonstration on November 21 in Khartoum demanding the return of civilians to the government in Sudan
He returned and stressed that “the main entitlement in the transitional period is the elections,” adding: “We seek to form a Sudanese government of independent national competencies.”
In the economic aspect, the Prime Minister clarified that “the world’s provision of aid to Sudan is linked to our achievement in the democratic transition.”
In this context, Al-Arabiya correspondent reported that leaders from the civilian component in Sudan agreed to the political agreement between Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok and army commander Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan.
Parties that support the political agreement
The official Sudan News Agency quoted Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok as saying in a meeting with members of the Central Command Council of the Forces of Freedom and Change that an investigation has been opened into the violations committed against the demonstrators since last October 25.
Al-Arabiya correspondent said that a delegation of the leaders of the Central Council for Freedom and Change and 11 parties .. met with Hamdok and decided to support the political agreement.
On Tuesday, Sudanese Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok discussed with a delegation of members of the Central Command Council of the Forces for Freedom and Change the political crisis in the country, where the two sides stressed “the need to urgently release all detainees.”
The Prime Minister’s office said in a statement that Hamdok met on Tuesday evening with eighteen members of the Central Leadership Council of the Forces of Freedom and Change in a meeting that discussed the political crisis in the country and the political agreement between the Prime Minister and the Chairman of the Sovereignty Council, and that the delegation expressed approval of the political agreement and their support for the Prime Minister.
The statement added that the attendees stressed “the need to urgently release all detainees in the capital and the regions, protect peaceful processions and ensure freedom of expression, demonstration and peaceful organization throughout the country, in addition to the necessity and importance of agreeing on a political charter between the various active political forces in Sudanese society to ensure the success of the remainder of the transition period.” Democratic Civil.
The delegation also expressed “the importance of setting a road map for implementing the political agreement, stopping and reviewing appointment decisions that were made during the last period, and returning all those who were dismissed to their jobs.”