Sudan .. “Freedom and Change” proposes a transitional period of two years

Jaafar Jaafar Hussein, a member of the Central Council for Freedom and Change, said during a press conference on Tuesday that they are currently working to support efforts to unify the forces of the revolution in order to form a broad front that includes resistance committees and political forces supporting the revolution.

Hussein criticized the current authority’s continuation of killing protesters and launching an organized campaign against the committee to dismantle the empowerment of the June 30 regime, with the aim of bringing Brotherhood elements affected by the committee’s decisions to the fore again.

For his part, former Minister of Presidential Affairs Khaled Youssef stressed the importance of building a broad front for the success of the current popular revolution, but he stressed the need for all political forces to make concessions in order to form that front.

The actions taken by army chief Abdel Fattah al-Burhan on October 25 halted power-sharing arrangements between the army and civilians that had been negotiated after the overthrow of Omar al-Bashir’s regime in a popular uprising in April 2019.

The capital, Khartoum, and a number of Sudanese cities are witnessing continuous protests against these measures, which have led to the killing of about 80 people and the injury of more than 2,300 others so far.

Al-Burhan said, last week, that the regular armed forces and political parties are committed to not handing over power except to those who come through elections or political consensus, but the resistance committees, the forces of freedom and change and a number of organizations that lead the current movement in the Sudanese street consider the measures taken by Al-Burhan on the twenty-fifth of this month. October is a “coup” against the transitional period and demands the immediate handover of power to civilians.

While the Sudanese street is experiencing great security turmoil for the fourth consecutive month due to the ongoing protests, the United Nations, the United States of America and the European Union countries are seeking to help the Sudanese find a way out of the current crisis.

Last month, the United Nations put forward an initiative in which it called on the Sudanese parties to sit in a dialogue to solve the crisis the country is going through, but a number of actors such as the Professionals Association and the Communist Party rejected this initiative; Considering that it seeks to push for normalization with the “military council”.

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