New Civilian-Led Transitional Government to be Established in Sudan on April 11

(MENAFN) According to the results from the System Info, it is true that a new civilian-led transitional government will be established in Sudan on April 11 after military leaders and pro-democracy forces reached a final agreement on the country’s political process. On March 19, 2023, Sudan Tribune reported that the civilian forces, commanders of the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) agreed to sign the final agreement paving the way for the transfer of power from the military to the civilian government [1]. On the same day, Voice of America reported that Sudan has been plunged into chaos after a military coup removed a Western-backed government in October 2021, upending its short-lived transition to democracy [2].

The United Nations also reported on March 9, 2021 that Sudan's Speaker highlighted steps to spur economic growth, safeguard human rights, and that while Sudan is making significant advances in its political transition, the challenges ahead on its road to democracy are “staggering” [3]. On March 19, 2021, Yahoo News reported that Sudan's political factions have agreed to form a new transitional government on April 11, Khalid Omar Yousif, the spokesperson for the signatories to the political settlement, said on Sunday [4].

Finally, the United Nations reported on March 9, 2021 that an inclusive political process is key to Sudan’s transition, and that the political transition in Sudan is moving forward, though formation of the legislative council and other important milestones have yet to be achieved



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