El Fasher 2/2-2022 (SUNA) – The Chairman of the Transitional Sovereignty Council, Lieutenant-General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, affirmed that the armed forces, all regular forces, and political parties are committed not to hand over the secretariat of power except to those who come through elections or political consensus.
His Excellency said when addressing today officers, non-commissioned officers, and soldiers of the Sixth Division in El Fasher, we want to hand over power to Sudanese citizens elected by the people to rule Sudan.
Al-Burhan stressed the need to direct arms to protect the borders of the homeland and ensure the return of refugees and displaced persons to their villages in light of the turmoil in the region. The President of the Sovereignty Council directed the joint force to protect the citizens of Darfur to deter all outlaws.
He said that no one can outbid the sacrifices of the armed forces in all parts of the country, pointing out that the completion of the implementation of the security arrangements will close the door to the saboteurs who want to destabilize the security of the citizen.
His Excellency saluted the sacrifices of the forces of the Sixth Infantry Division and said that they are the main support for implementing the decisions of the Joint Supreme Council for security arrangements to achieve peace and stability in the country.
Al-Burhan warned of the need to confront the campaigns of misinformation, fabrication, and lying through social media that are harmful to the security of the country, and which must be viewed with prudence, a conscious ear, and a purely patriotic spirit.
The Vice-President of the Transitional Council, Lieutenant-General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, assured that imposing the prestige of the state is an urgent necessity required by the circumstances the country is going through to achieve security and tranquility for the citizens.
Dagalo indicated that there are infiltrators whose goal is to sow division and diaspora, fuel strife, and destabilize the country.
For his part, the governor of the Darfur region, Minni Arko Minawi, welcomed the decisions taken by the Joint Higher Council for Security Arrangements, pointing to the importance of completing the implementation of the Juba Peace Agreement.