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Hamdok's advisor: No one dissolves the government but the people

While the Sudanese street is awaiting the march scheduled for release next Thursday, which includes more than 200 entities supporting the civil transformation in the country, the political advisor to the Sudanese Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok Yasser Arman stressed, on Tuesday, that everyone is on a date with history in October 21.

He added in a public speech in Al-Jazeera state, east of Khartoum, that no one can turn against the revolution in Sudan, pointing to the need to work for a civil and democratic state.

He also made it clear that the exit on October 21 should not be against anyone, but rather for the sake of a new Sudan, as he put it. He also noted that the Sudanese people desire civilian rule, stressing that no one dissolves the government except the people.

He also refused to use the issue of the East as a tactical conflict, considering the goal of stopping the ports and fuel supplies to the knees of the Sudanese people.

He stressed the necessity for the armed movements that will turn into political forces to unite, pointing to the need to Formation of the Legislative Council after the current crisis.

He also continued that all movements must enter the army in a specific and organized manner.

“We will hand over al-Bashir”

Regarding the ousted president, Dorman confirmed that the government will hand Omar al-Bashir and his aides to the International Criminal Court. He sold the country’s ports, according to him.

Hamdok's advisor: No one dissolves the government but the people رئيس المجلس السيادي عبد الفتاح البرهان (أرشيفية- فرانس برس) Abdullah Hamdok (Reuters archive)

He also revealed that the conspiracy that took place against the revolution was huge, Stressing the need for the police, professional intelligence services subject to civilian authority, and a single Sudanese army without a partner or competitor, stressing that all movements must enter the army in a specific and organized manner.

Political division

It is noteworthy that since last September, the country has been living in a “serious” state of political division between the military and civilians, amid an exchange of accusations between supporters of the two parties.

The Sudanese police released Monday, ‘Aga’ Tear g on protesters who tried to approach the cabinet building, chanting, calling for the downfall of Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok and the transitional government.

رئيس المجلس السيادي عبد الفتاح البرهان (أرشيفية- فرانس برس)
Chairman of the Sovereign Council Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan (archive – AFP)

Dozens also tried to approach the government headquarters building, in the center of the capital, chanting, “Down with Hamdok,” according to what was reported by Agence France-Presse.

The army shares power with civilians. Through the transitional authority in Sudan since the removal of al-Bashir in 2019 after 3 decades in power, the recent period has witnessed unprecedented tension between the two sides, which prompted some to demand the dissolution of the government of Abdullah Hamdok.

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