Sudan.. the terms of the political agreement between Al-Burhan and Hamdok


The political agreement concluded today, Sunday, between the Chairman of the Sovereign Council, the commander of the Sudanese army, Lieutenant-General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, and the Prime Minister, Abdullah Hamdok, provides for a number of items in order to overcome the political crisis in the country, as the two parties pledged to work together to complete the path of democratic correction in the best interests of Sudan. Here are the terms of the agreement:

1- Confirmation that the constitutional document of 2019 is the main reference for completing the transitional period, taking into account the special situation in eastern Sudan and working to address it.
2 – The necessity of amending the constitutional document by consensus, in order to achieve comprehensive political participation for all components of society, except for the dissolved National Congress Party.
3 – The transitional partnership between civilians and the military is the guarantor and means for the security and stability of Sudan.
4 – Forming a civilian government composed of independent national competencies.
5 – The Sovereignty Council supervises the implementation of the tasks of the transitional period mentioned in Article 8 of the Constitutional Document, without direct interference in the executive work.
5 – Ensuring the transfer of power on time to an elected civilian government.
6- Managing the transitional period according to a political agreement that defines the framework of partnership between the national political and civil forces, the military component, the civil administration, the resistance committees, the forces of the living revolution, the youth sector, women and men of Sufi orders.
7- Investigate the events that took place during the demonstrations, including injuries and deaths of civilians and military personnel, and bring the perpetrators to trial.
8 – Implementing the Juba Peace Agreement and completing the entitlements arising from it, and enlisting the non-signatories of the peace agreement.
9- Speeding up the completion of all the institutions of transitional governance, by forming the Legislative Council and the judicial organs from a constitutional court and appointing the chief justice and the attorney general, then successively forming other transitional government commissions and institutions and carrying out their tasks immediately according to specific timetables.
10 – The start of a broad and transparent dialogue between all political and societal forces and the forces of the revolution to establish the constitutional conference.
11 – Restructuring the committee to dismantle the June 30 regime (the regime of ousted President Omar al-Bashir), with a review of its performance in the previous phase and providing it with qualified cadres in the necessary disciplines and expertise that would enable it to perform its work successfully and fairly, with the activation of the Appeals Committee and the review of its decisions according to the degree of litigation legally established.
12- The release of all political detainees.
13- Work to build a unified national army.
14- By signing this agreement, the decision of the Army Commander, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, to relieve Abdullah Hamdouk from heading the government is cancelled.

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