The Vice-President of the Sudanese Sovereign Council, Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, said today, Monday, that the only way out of the political crisis in the country is “dialogue.”
He added via Twitter, “The only way out of the political crisis that the country is going through is dialogue. There is no alternative to dialogue but dialogue, and we are able to overcome all difficulties through purposeful discussion that is based on frankness, clarity, honesty and justice, and which is based on established national principles, distance from the agenda and self-love.”
He continued, “We must all coexist with one another in goodness and virtue, and keep away from all forms of division and diaspora, and renounce tribalism, racism and regionalism.”
And last night, the Chairman of the Transitional Sovereignty Council in Sudan, Lieutenant-General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, renewed the call for all social components, political parties and youth of the revolution to rise above the differences.
In his speech on the occasion of Eid, Al-Burhan requested that the interest of Sudan be presented to all. He stressed that since the December revolution, the Sovereignty Council has continued to work to achieve the revolutionaries’ hopes, but the steps have faltered due to the division in the country.
Al-Burhan expressed the Sovereignty Council’s commitment to work with all political and social components, calling on these forces to overcome differences and not compromise the interest of Sudan.
He pointed out that the events in West Darfur state confirm the need for accountability and the absence of impunity.