Minawi renews the call for the inclusiveness of the political process to end the crisis in Sudan

Afaf Fahchouch
Afaf Fahchouch
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The political official of the Forces for Freedom and Change – the Democratic Bloc, Minni Arko Minawi, renewed his call today, Saturday, for the inclusion of the political process aimed at ending the crisis left by the army’s seizure of power.

The bloc which includes the Justice and Equality Movement, the Sudan Liberation Movement, the Democratic Unionist Party, and other political forces and clan leaders, held a meeting in order to enlighten him on the current political situation and the vision of the coalition around the politician.

The Democratic Bloc opposes the framework agreement signed by the army leaders on the fifth of December and called the agreement “exclusionary” because it was confined between freedom and change, the Central Council and the leaders of the Sudanese army.

Minawi questioned how the government would be formed in the presence of those who reject the framework agreement and the continued state of political and regional polarization.

“All the components of the people must come together to form a broad-based government to pass through the transitional period,” he added.

Furthermore, Minawi renewed their position on openness towards others, urging the political forces that signed the framework agreement to publish the documents that were signed, including the political declaration and the draft of the transitional constitution prepared by the Steering Committee of the Bar.


Afaf Al Fahchouch 

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