Al-Burhan launches a vision to solve the Sudanese crisis

The Sudanese Sovereignty Council said in a statement today, Sunday, that the President of the Council, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, called during a meeting with the delegation of the African Union Commission to unify international and regional efforts to deal with the situation in Sudan.

The statement indicated that Al-Burhan stressed, when meeting with the delegation of the Commission, headed by Moussa Faki, “the necessity of unifying international and regional efforts to solve the current crisis,” and presented the delegation “the government’s vision for solving the current crisis according to four axes.”

The four axes

He also explained that the four axes include “launching a comprehensive dialogue process that includes all political and social forces in the country without exception, with the exception of the National Congress Party, forming a government of independent national competencies to lead the remainder of the transitional period, making amendments to the constitutional document to keep pace with the changes in the country’s political scene, and emphasizing the establishment of Free and fair elections at the end of the transitional period.

While the statement quoted the delegation of the Commission stressing that it “came at this stage to meet with all actors and listen to their views to come up with a comprehensive vision that contributes to crystallizing the vision of the African Union to approach the current Sudanese crisis.”

The conclusion of the first phase of the consultations

Simultaneously, the United Nations Mission in Sudan announced the conclusion of the first phase of consultations to launch a political process between the Sudanese parties, and revealed that the mission team (UNITAMS) met with more than 35 parties and gathered during the last week of consultations.

As Special Representative of the Secretary-General Volker Perthes said, “The process of consultations has been valuable in allowing us to hear a range of views and proposals from sectors of the Sudanese people to overcome the current political crisis.”

The mission said in a statement that after a full month of almost daily meetings with a wide and varied list of representatives of Sudanese groups, which included civil society organizations, women’s rights organizations, resistance committees, and political parties, the first phase of consultations for a political process for Sudan that it launched has been concluded. UNITAMS mission on the eighth of last January.

An initiative to bring perspectives closer

It is noteworthy that the United Nations Mission in Sudan “UNITAMS” had launched, early last month, an initiative to bring the views of the political parties in the country closer, in order to come up with proposals to solve the crisis that has been afflicting Sudan for months.

Arab Observer

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