Sovereignty Council Chairman, Addresses Officers and Soldiers of the Bahri Military District

Staff Writer

The Chairman of the Transitional Sovereign Council, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Lieutenant-General Abdul Fattah Al-Burhan, renewed the keenness to reach a national consensus and expand the base of participation by involving all the revolutionary and national forces except for the dissolved National Congress Party.

This morning he addressed officers, non-commissioned officers, and soldiers of the Bahri Military District, in the presence of the Chief of Staff, his deputies, the Inspector General, and several units and branch commanders, he said that the armed forces will protect the transitional period until free and fair elections are reached in which the Sudanese people choose who governs them, noting that attempts to exclude the forces Armed forces from the transitional scene, including what is related to them, according to what is stated in the constitutional document.

The head of the Sovereignty Council, the Commander-in-Chief, said that some political forces are trying to preoccupy public opinion by fabricating problems with the armed forces and rapid support and questioning their patriotism and getting them into dilemmas that impede the political transition, which these forces caused by refusing dialogue and the participation of the other.

Al-Burhan stressed that the leadership of the security and military services is not a place for political bidding and will not be subject to the current quotas, and whoever decides on them is the one who is chosen by the people through elections.

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