Burhan says government to be handed over through elections or dialogue only

The head of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council, Lieutenant-General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, affirmed that the government will be handed over through either comprehensive dialogue or fair elections.

Khartoum: AlTaghyeer

Al-Burhan stressed, in his statements, his quest to “impose the prestige of the state”, indicating that he will not compliment any party, no matter what, according to his statements.

The head of the Sudanese Sovereign Council said that the Supreme Council issued decisions seeking to impose the prestige of the state, stressed during his visit to al-Fasher.

The decisions will be implemented as of today and come to ensure that there is no recurrence of lawlessness in Sudan.

Al-Burhan explained that the formation of a joint force to protect citizens of Sudan was discussed, stressing that the cities would be evacuated from all armed movement forces within a week.


The head of the Sovereignty Council warned of sabotage schemes practiced by armed groups outside the peace process.

For his part, the Vice-President of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council, Lieutenant-General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, insisted on the necessity of imposing the prestige of the state and resorting to the law in the face of any evasion.

The Vice-President of the Sovereignty Council, during his address to the forces, officers, non-commissioned officers, and soldiers of the Sixth Infantry Division and the Rapid Support Forces, stressed that the state could not be managed with “politeness.”

Breaking the Law

Dagalo said that anyone who violates the law should be dealt with “decisively”, noting that North Darfur has always been an example of security and tranquility, and reminded of the importance of maintaining security and stability in the state and not repeating “previous events”, directing all forces to work and joint coordination to maintain the security of citizens and their property.

He pointed to the presence of “some unruly parties that are working to destabilize the situation”, stressing on the need “to resolve them”, and said that anyone who attacks people and threatens their security and safety must be punished according to the law.

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