During the press conference, the Commander-in-Chief of the Sudanese Armed Forces noted that the political situation in the country has deteriorated significantly after the signing of the peace agreement in Juba. According to FAN, this was facilitated by the quota system, as well as the distribution of ministerial portfolios and positions.
“We gathered as a regular force and saw incitement to rebellion, as well as racism and regionalism aimed at leading the country into civil war, destroying and challenging unity,” Al-Burhan said.
According to him, the actions of the transitional authorities seriously threatened the stability and unity of the republic. The general noted that the political parties that entered the government did not listen to the opinion of the people, trying to impose their own vision of the future of Sudan.
“Khartoum was in charge of all affairs, and the rest of Sudan did not imagine that the parties were working in their own interests, and not for the sake of the country,” the commander-in-chief added.
He also said that by the end of the month the military will carry out a major judicial reform, the Supreme Judicial Council, the Council of State Prosecutions and the Supreme Constitutional Court will be formed. Also, the country’s Legislative Council will include young people without party and regional loyalty. The end of the transition period will be elections in 2023, Al-Burhan said.