On Thursday, the United States in Sudan called the Sudanese government in order to resolve the current political crisis in Sudan since October 25. They desired to spread peace in the country.
The Chairman of Sudan’s Transitional Sovereign Council ‘‘Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan” said that ”Volker Perthes’‘ is the head of the UN Integrated Transitional Assistance Mission in Sudan (UNITAMS), appealed during a meeting.
Perthes added that this is the time to end the violence and enter into a productive process. This process will be inclusive.
Perthes said key players in Sudan, including the military, rebel groups, political parties, and protest movements, are all welcomed to participate in the process and civil society and women’s groups.
The UN representative stressed the need to provide a suitable environment to make the ongoing political talks process successful by stopping the violence which is going on in Sudan against the protestors.
In the meeting, they examined the progress of the political consultations promoted by the UN mission to reach a wave of peace among major political forces. On January 10, the UNITAMS launched an intra-Sudanese political process in order to end the political crisis in Sudan.
This is the third continuous week; Perthes has been immersed in talks with Sudanese political parties and civil forces.
For nearly two months, the Sudanese capital of Khartoum and other cities have witnessed continued protests demanding a return to civilian rule.
The country is going through a political situation Al-Burhan, general commander of the Sudanese Armed Forces, declared a state of emergency on October 25 and disbanded the Sovereign Council and the authorities.
According to Sudan’s main civilian opposition coalition, the Forces of Freedom and Change(FFC), welcomed each and every effort that would contribute to achieving the goals of the Sudanese people in fighting with the coup and establishing a civil and democratic state.
Prime Minister of Sudan’ Abdallah Hamdok” also resigned from office on January 2, indicating to settle the generals and the country’s pro-democracy movement.
Hamdok’s resignation has dropped the country further into turmoil amid political deadlock and street protests in which 60 people lost their lives since the anti-coup demonstrations.