Sudan.. Guterres warns against questioning Hamdok’s agreement with the army

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Guterres During a press conference "I understand the reaction of those who say ‘We don’t want any solution with the army’" but "For me, the release of the Prime Minister and his reinstatement is an important victory".

The Secretary-General added "I should invite common sense. Before us is an imperfect situation, but one that could allow for an effective transition to democracy".

Guterres addressed the opponents of the agreement he signed Hamdok With the army and those who continue to demonstrate in the capital, especially to demand civilian rule, warning them that "Doubting this solution (…) Even if I understand the people’s indignation, it would be very dangerous for Sudan.".

The Secretary-General continued "My appeal to the various forces and the Sudanese people is to support Prime Minister Hamdok in the next steps for a peaceful transition to true democracy in Sudan.".

Guterres’ call came a day after thousands of Sudanese protested near… Presidential Palace in Khartoum To demand civilian rule, in a demonstration during which security forces fired tear gas canisters to disperse protesters.

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وقال Guterres During a press conference, “I understand the reaction of those who say ‘we don’t want any solution with the army'” but “for me, releasing the prime minister and reinstating him is an important victory.”“.

The Secretary-General added, “I must appeal to common sense. We have a situation that is not ideal, but one that could allow for an effective transition to democracy.”“.

Guterres addressed the opponents of the agreement he signed Hamdok With the army and those who continue to demonstrate in the capital, especially to demand civilian rule, warning them that “questioning this solution (…) even if I understand the people’s anger, it would be very dangerous for Sudan.”“.

The Secretary-General added, “My appeal to the various forces and the Sudanese people is to support Prime Minister Hamdok in the next steps for a peaceful transition to true democracy in Sudan.”“.

Guterres’ call came a day after thousands of Sudanese protested near… Presidential Palace in Khartoum To demand civilian rule, in a demonstration during which security forces fired tear gas canisters to disperse protesters.







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