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Sudan.- Hamdok defends that his agreement with the military junta seeks to “save the blood” of the Sudanese

Prime Minister Announces Investigations into Violations Against Protesters


Sudan’s Prime Minister, Abdullah Hamdok, defended on Tuesday that the agreement reached with the leader of the military junta, Abdelfatá al Burhan, is based on “saving the blood” of the Sudanese and “preserving the profits.”

“There is no alternative to dialogue in Sudan and working towards the elections (…) that will open the way for the consolidation of democracy in Sudan,” Hamdok defended during an interview for the Al Arabiya television network.

Thus, he has asserted that the agreement signed this Sunday with Al Burhan, thanks to which he is reinstated at the head of the Sudanese government, is the result of the participation of the different Sudanese political forces, while remarking that it is based on ” the interest of the people. “

On the other hand, Hamdok has met with several members of the Council of the Forces of Freedom and Change (FFC), after which the members of the delegation have expressed their approval of the agreement between the prime minister and the leader of the military junta, as well as his support for the Sudanese leader, includes the Sudanese agency SUNA.

At this meeting, an investigation was opened into the violations committed against protesters in the streets of Sudan since the coup on October 25 and after which more than 40 people opposed to a military government have already died.

In addition, both parties have agreed on the need to protect peaceful protests and guarantee freedom of expression, demonstration and organization throughout the country. Likewise, a letter has been drawn up between the different political forces of Sudanese society to guarantee the success of the transition process.

The importance of developing a road map to implement the political agreement has also been highlighted, and where the recent appointments ordered by the coup military junta and the arrests and dismissals of those officials of the transitional government are reviewed.

Finally, Hamdok has expressed his intention to achieve “the release of all political detainees” and his enthusiasm for adhering to the provisions of the Juba peace accords, reached just over a year ago.

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