(NUP) in the upcoming cabinet

The NUP rules out all doubts of previous nonparticipation in the upcoming government.

Khartoum, Al Taghyeer

Today, Sunday, NUP confirms its participation in upcoming Gov. Formation intended in the country within days.

Numerous reports about the party’s intention to withdraw from the Gov. Formation in protest against the shares granted to its members in power.

The party confirmed in a statement, “Al Taghyeer” obtained, that their decision came as a result of a lengthy meeting held last Wednesday, between their leaders, PM Abdalla Hamdok, and the transitional period partners.

The statement described the meeting as “transparent, fruitful, and characterized by a spirit of patriotism and clarity, common concern for the importance of supporting and ensuring the success of the transitional period, and addressing the urgent issues of citizens and the partners of the transitional period.”

The Sudanese are awaiting the announcement of the new government that includes the signatories of Sudan Peace Agreement in Juba.

The party returned the announcement of their participation in the government “out of their historical responsibility.”

He continued: “It is in his belief that working with partners at this delicate stage is a decisive national necessity for the salvation of the country and dealing with imbalances in governance”.

The party expressed its “Emphatic rejection of all forms of apportion and exclusion of any of the components of the revolution.”

Again, called for the fair representation of all the revolutionary forces “Keen on nation’s interest in the expected government, and in the Legislative Council equitably.”

The party gave their full support to PM Hamdok and his transitional government, demanding that Hamdok be given full throttle to choose his task force, according to competency standards, taking into account the balance required to achieve the desired transformation.

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