The head of the media sector in the Unionist party considered that justice is an inevitable matter, even if takes a long time, and that “retribution for the blood of the martyrs will take place sooner or later.”
The Unionist Party affirmed that any political process in Sudan that does not take justice into consideration is an incomplete process and that they will not be part of it.
The head of the party’s media sector, Muhammad Abdul Hakam, said that statements made by Rapid Support Forces commander Muhammad Hamdan Dagalo (Hemedti), in which he indicated that the RSF were not going to return to their barracks, confirm his lack of knowledge of the laws governing modern countries.
Abdul-Hakam explained to Al-Jarida newspaper on Monday that the regular forces originally belong to the barracks and are not meant to engage in political work.
He stressed that there was no choice but to return the military to the barracks and hand over power to civilians.
“The principle in law states that the offender will be held accountable for any crime he committed, be it “Burhan”, “Hemedti” or any other person. Justice is inevitable, and it is a right that we will not waive,” Abdul Hakam added.
The joint regional and international mechanism for resolving the political crisis in Sudan had identified 4 basic issues for dialogue between the various components, hinting at the possibility of reaching an agreement in a short time.
The mechanism stressed the necessity of providing the appropriate atmosphere for the success of dialogue, especially the lifting of the state of emergency and the release of all political detainees.
In addition, all laws restricting freedoms are to be abolished, and human rights violations to be put to an end.
The dispute between the Sudanese political parties is still rife however, which greatly reduces the chances of a solution.