Policy

Hamdok: “Do not reconcile with the former regime”


Khartoum: Nabad News

The Prime Minister said Dr. Abdullah Hamdouk that the mechanism of the “National Crisis and Transition Issues – The Way Forward” initiative is not a permanent body, but rather is a temporary mechanism to accomplish specific tasks within a period of two months in order to reach agreement on the issues at hand, adding that the initiative and the formation of the mechanism raised many questions, some of which were for the purpose of questioning, research, investigation and some The other from the accusation and accusation site, indicating that the mechanism is not a new political incubator, a party or a political bloc, nor is it a substitute for the Legislative Council, Freedom and Change or any other body, indicating that it does not provide or nominate for jobs and does not achieve any personal benefits for its membership.

This came when he addressed R. in the Friendship Hall, opening the work of the executive mechanism of the Prime Minister’s initiative (National Crisis and Transition Issues – The Way Forward), in the presence of the members of the mechanism.

The Prime Minister affirmed that the mechanism seeks to achieve the ultimate goal of this initiative, which is to contribute to the development of debate on issues of transition and to reach proposals to confront and address challenges.

The Prime Minister responded to questions about how the mechanism was formed with the structure that came with it, stressing in this regard that the choice relied on the representation of the bodies that were met with during the consultations and expressed a real desire to contribute to the work of the initiative. He added that these forces included political forces in freedom and change and outside it, parties to the peace process, and social components such as the civil administration, Sufi orders, civil organizations, communities and other groups and components.

He said that the selection process was not easy, noting that tribal and ethnic conflicts contributed to complicating the selection process and the representation of some regions. He added, “But we have tried as much as possible for the mechanism to come with good and reasonable representation.”

The Prime Minister said that the members of the mechanism are not chosen in the representative sense of certain parties, explaining that their presence in the mechanism serves the plan of communication with the parties to which they belong as well as the parties that they are not considered part of, which contributes to expanding the base of the mechanism.

Dr. added. Hamdok, “We had one condition that these forces and components be supportive of the transition process. It was not in the interest of neglecting or ignoring any real social forces that have bases and influence, and represent masses with an interest in change for the better and the transition towards democracy and a civil state.”

The Prime Minister stressed that it is in the interest of the forces of revolution and change to ensure that all influential social groups that wish to move and support it join the ranks of the masses seeking change, and not leave them as plunder to the opponents of the revolution and supporters of the old protégé.” This can only be achieved through dialogue within the transition institutions.

The Prime Minister said that consultations with the military component on this initiative did not stop, explaining in this aspect that he met the President and Vice-President of the Sovereign Council, and a discussion took place on all these axes, indicating that they were kept informed of the developments of the initiative and indicated the need for the initiative to include references to the transformation process. Democracy and how to face its difficulties and issues of transition.

He said that dialogue and consultation will continue with them because their role is important and required in order to complete the transition stages and reach agreement on the seven axes, not just security and military reform.

The Prime Minister reiterated that the main root of the crisis is political, and that it is not possible to solve the economic problem without addressing the political crisis, stressing that the crisis political situation affected the economic situation, and contributed significantly to slowing down its treatment, explaining that the lack of agreement on the economic program caused the disruption of the necessary and required reforms. Which, if we had applied it early, would have had less negative effects, and its positives would not have been reflected on people’s pensions long before.”

The Prime Minister said that the Sudanese need to look at their experience well and to read the world’s view of it with accuracy and interest, pointing to the difficulties and challenges that the transition experiences in many countries of the region faced, which led to their collapse. It is strong enough to face challenges and difficulties, and we may err several times and be wrong again, but we do not stop hoping and work.

He also added Dr. Hamdok, “We believe that this is our destiny and this is our message, and we promised our people and our martyrs that we will never let them down and never succumb to an unknown fate.”

Dr. confirmed. Hamdok that this initiative will not deviate from the principles and objectives of the revolution, and will not allow the transitional period to be aborted, explaining that its ultimate goal and goal is to achieve what the Sudanese people fought for in their glorious revolution, and the sacrifices they made and the martyrs of the young men and women of this country.

The Prime Minister renewed the covenant to the martyrs and the people not to retreat or back away from the revolution’s programs and principles, nor to return to the old regime, nor to reconcile with it, nor to retreat from the pursuit of achieving civil and democratic statehood.

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