On the third anniversary of the Sudanese revolution, thousands of Sudanese took to the streets of greater Khartoum calling for civil democratic rule, besides celebrating the third anniversary since the fall of the 30-years iron-fist regime of Al-Bashir.
Those three grave years; in which Sudan witnessed an unprecedented deterioration in all aspects e.g. economy, services, etc. The rulers, especially the civilians who were assigned according to the partnership agreement between the civil and the military components failed to achieve the aspiration of the citizens who were waiting for improvement in the economy, education, medication, etc. The civilian rulers were busy acquiring political gains and forming social incubators to control the seats of governance. They disregarded the demands of the citizens!
Some of the dissolved civilian officials tried to utilize the protests to serve their partisan interests under the same umbrella of the failed political parties.
They forgot that the political agreement signed between the President of the Sovereign Council,1st Lt. Gen. Al-Burhan, and the Prime Minister, Dr. Abdalla Hamdok is the foundation on which the upcoming political vision should be built after the apparent failure of the political incubator in ruling the country.
According to the President’s Media Advisor, Brig. Abu Haja, the Sudanese Armed Forces, and other security forces will continue their noble mission in protecting the nation to avoid the fragmentation that the hostile parties are attempting to make.
The Sudanese Armed Forces are always taking the lead in achieving the aspiration of the people towards free and fair elections that lead to democratic rule.
It is high time for all of us to preserve the high interests of the nation far from the narrow partisan interests.