Mohammed Saad

In the Sudanese political arena, there are those who are happy because Volker accepted their engagement in the dialogue, while others are angry because the man excluded them.

Both have a predisposition to being subjugated by neo-colonialism by granting a foreigner such authority in Sudan.

President Al-Burhan called on all the Sudanese for a national accord, but Volker excluded some Sudanese from the proposed dialogue.

The question that poses itself is who rules Sudan, Al-Burhan or Volker?

We must not solicit anybody to allow us to practice our political rights, and we must not allow anybody to think on our behalf or lower our citizenship rights as if we are citizens of colonized countries.

I and a lot of others were hoping that the move of 25th October will correct the sin of the army that occurred on 17th August 2019 in which the army handed the power to political powers which evade the elections; but unfortunately, the involvement of the international axes and Volker in specific led to the current situation in which they supervised the dialogue instead of being just an observer. The step could be a credit to the sovereign council as it proved its seriousness to come out of the crisis and at the same time proved that the other side is not serious.

In general, if the army moved toward striking a bilateral deal it will reproduce the crisis by bringing back the Forces of Freedom and Change (FFC) to power, hence damaging the confidence between the army and the people.

Sudanese only can make the transitional period a socio-economic action to include Sudanese from all walks because this revolution expresses the aspirations of the Sudanese people and not the aspirations of Dr. Volker.

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