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Military plans to leave power in Sudan:Hemedti

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Lieutenant-General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo (Hemedti), Vice-President of the Sovereign Council in Sudan, stated the political is witnessing radical change.

Hemedti noted that the military power in Sudan decided to leave the matter of governance to civilians.

 “I am addressing you today while our country is going through crises that are the most dangerous in its modern national history, crises that threaten its unity, safety, security, and social fabric, and impose on all of us an honest and sincere stance with ourselves, and bearing national and moral responsibility,” Dagalo said in a statement published by the Sudanese News Agency.

The Vice-President of the Sovereignty Council in Sudan added that “the spread of tribal conflicts throughout the country and bloodshed without taking into account the sanctity of self and the rising voices of hatred and racism will inevitably lead the country to collapse,”

He added, “We decided to allow the revolutionary and national political forces to negotiate and agree without our interference in the military establishment,”

“We have honestly decided to leave the matter of governance to civilians and for the regular forces to devote themselves to performing their lofty national tasks stipulated in the constitution and the law,” he added

Dagalo affirmed that he reiterates his full commitment to work to protect the goals of the December revolution and to protect the transitional phase so that it leads to a real democratic transformation and free and fair elections.

Lieutenant-General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, head of the Sudanese Sovereign Council, announced earlier this month that the military institution would not participate in the national dialogue called by the UN and the African Union “to make room for the political and revolutionary forces.

The statement of the Vice-President of the Sovereignty Council in Sudan comes after mass protests in Khartoum on Thursday, which witnessed the killing of a demonstrator, according to what the Central Committee of Doctors of Sudan pro-democracy announced, which raises the death toll from the suppression of protests to 115 people since the overthrow of Al-Burhan’s civilian partners in October.

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