Today, Saturday, the head of the Sovereignty Council, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, confirmed that the army will support the next civilian government, stressing that the armed forces will not abandon their duties. According to what was reported by “Al-Sudani” newspaper.
“Formation of a civilian government soon”
He stressed that the country is on the path of establishing civil rule, and it is likely that the civilian government will be formed soon.
“We do not want hegemony from a military or civilian ruler, and we want someone to rule in a legitimate and acceptable way,” he said.
“He obeys the will of the people.”
Al-Burhan had repeatedly affirmed that the army has no party and will not be loyal to anyone or a group, indicating that it obeys the will of the people alone.
He also stressed, in statements conveyed by a statement of the Sovereignty Council, that the armed forces are not hostile to anyone and will not support any group, and want everyone to agree in support of the country’s interest, pointing out that the armed forces “are not in the nature of causing problems and will not be drawn into confrontations with anyone.”
It is noteworthy that, on December 5, 2022, the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, witnessed the signing of the “framework agreement” between the military component of the country’s ruling Sovereignty Council, the Forces for the Declaration of Freedom and Change, the Central Council and allied groups, to end the political crisis in Sudan and return it to civilian rule, in the presence of major international and regional parties that contributed to reaching this agreement.