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International envoys efforts to end the crisis in Sudan

Saudi Arabia keens on Sudan's stability and unity: UN representative.

By: Dr. Rajaa Showkat

To solve the crisis that has been going on since October 25 in Sudan, the tripartite mechanism (the representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, the head of the UNITAMS mission, the envoy of the African Union, and the representative of the (IGAD) set the period from 15-10 May as the date for the start of the second phase of the dialogue between the Sudanese parties.

Meanwhile, the Public Prosecution released the leaders of the committee to dismantle the July thirtieth regime, headed by Professor Muhammad al-Faki Suleiman and Professor Wagdi Saleh.

    The head of the UNAMS mission, Peretz Volcker, welcomed the release of the detainees of the Empowerment Removal Committee, and special envoys from Germany, France, and the European Union arrived in Khartoum to join the British, Norwegian, and American envoys to meet all Sudanese parties, where they met the splinter group of the National Charter from the Alliance of Forces for Freedom and Change supporting the regime.

They also met with the Revolutionary Front group participating in the power structures following the Juba Peace Agreement. These meetings aim to encourage all parties and groups to dialogue to restore the democratic path.

Volcker stated that the mission of the tripartite mechanism is (to gather stakeholders in one room intending to hold talks to complete the transitional period) and explained in a press conference in Khartoum that the machine acts as a facilitator and facilitator between the Sudanese parties to reach a political agreement.

     Volcker stressed that during his meeting with stakeholders such as political forces, resistance committees, women’s groups, intellectuals, and academics, it was found that they all agreed on the necessity of (Sudanese-Sudanese) dialogue.

In the same context, the representative of IGAD, Ambassador Ismail Wais, confirmed that the mechanism called on the government to provide an appropriate atmosphere for the launch of the dialogue, including the release of political detainees, to ensure the success of the dialogue and to lead the country towards political stability.

      The head of the Sovereign Council, Abdel Fattah Burhan, also held extensive discussions with the delegation of international envoys and renewed the government’s commitment to the political dialogue process to reach a political consensus to manage the remainder of the transitional period.

 Al-Burhan also presented an explanation of the government’s overall efforts to establish a national consensus through national, regional, and international initiatives, and called on the envoys to support and encourage political parties and forces to reach a national consensus leading to the formation of a government to manage the transitional period and lead the country to free elections at its end.

Professor of International Relations at the University of Khartoum and well-known political analyst Omar Muhammad Ali Muhammad believes that the solution is in the hands of the Sudanese, and any external efforts complement the basic Sudanese role, and no round will succeed without a general agreement between the Sudanese political forces, in addition to the fact that foreigners have their agenda.

      In light of the escalation of the situation from the tribal violence in Darfur and the calls of the President of the Sovereign Council for dialogue… Will the coming days witness a breakthrough in the political crisis after all parties reached the necessity of dialogue to come up with a common vision to save Sudan from the imminent collapse?

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