Agreement between Hamdok and Burhan

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On Sunday, thousands of protesters marched to the presidential palace in the capital Khartoum ahead of the meeting between al-Burhan and Hamdok. The Sudanese Freedom and Change Forces (FFC), the main citizens` movement that led the anti-Bashir protests and signed a power-sharing agreement with the military in 2019, rejected Sunday`s agreement, commenting in a statement Sunday that the coup was not legitimate and that they would not be partners in it. At a signing ceremony broadcast live on television, an agreement was reached on the release of all political prisoners and efforts to create a unified army. The Secretary urged Prime Minister Hamdok and General Burhan to take timely steps to ensure that the elements of the Implement the agreement reached in November as part of the efforts of the Sudanese people, including the establishment of a Transitional Legislative Council, judicial structures, electoral institutions and a constitutional convention. Both expressed support for an effective and mutually beneficial relationship between the United States and Sudan. Interim Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok said on Tuesday that there were four fundamental goals of a political agreement between him and the head of the ruling military council, General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan. On October 25, 2021, another failed coup attempt took place in Sudan. This attempt has fostered the resurgence of tensions between civilians and the military component of the transitional government. In his speeches, Al-Burhan proclaimed that the Sudanese Armed Forces were the Revolutionary Guards and explained how deeply concerned he and other officers were about how their civilian counterparts and the FFC were involved in the deterioration of the well-being of the Sudanese people. The civilian component of the government and the parties that make up the FFC criticized al-Burhan`s speeches as an attempt to legitimize a planned coup. Under the agreement, both parties would agree to restructure the De-Habilitation Withdrawal Committee and conduct a thorough review of its performance during the last term, in addition to providing qualified executives to the Committee. These tasks include, but are not limited to, achieving peace, repealing laws and regulations that restrict freedoms or discriminate against citizens on the basis of gender, implementing legal reforms, holding the Constitutional Conference, reforming state agencies, and investigating the bloody attack on a pro-democracy sit-in on June 3, 2019.

that all economic programs that were overcoming the economic crisis were radically stopped. He added that the El Burhan-Hamdok agreement has a very specific/limited mission in this regard. Its only condition is that the Civil Council of Ministers has full executive powers in accordance with the provisions of this framework. The agreement also provides for the release of all political prisoners and the creation of a unified national army. The deal allows al-Burhan and his allies to dictate the transition process, as the former Bashir regime did by using elections and dividing civilians to gain international credibility. This makes it very likely that al-Burhan will lead an authoritarian regime similar to that of the former Bashir regime, except that it will include a coalition of leaders that the former Bashir regime could not previously influence, as well as Lt. Gen. Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo “Hemedti” and his Rapid Support Forces (RSF). However, the continued protests risk putting pressure on the coalition to abandon Al-Burhan, which hinders its presidential ambitions. The country`s political forces and protesters rejected the deal proposed by Lt. Gen.

Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, chairman of the Transitional Sovereignty Council (SCT) and commander of the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF), because the agreement did not give the Forces for Freedom and Change (FFC) a role in the transitional government and because the agreement did not exist between military and civilian actors. but rather between al-Burhan and Hamdok. “If you look at today`s signing, [the prime minister] still seemed to be the hostage he was until this morning. The streets were not happy and these people continue to show their dismay at any kind of power-sharing agreement between the civilian population and the army. The Al-Burhan-Hamdok agreement provides for the adoption of a new political agreement to define the framework for a partnership between national political and civilian forces, the military component, local administration, resistance committees, youth, women and Sufi orders. .