No partisan quotas in the next government

No partisan quotas in the next government
No partisan quotas in the next government

No partisan quotas in the next government

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The head of the Sudan Sovereign Council, Commander-in-Chief of the Army, Lt. Gen. Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan announced that the next government would be composed of bipartisan independents.

In a statement, Al-Burhan revealed unidentified parties trying to incite army officers and soldiers to take destructive actions and said he broke off partnership with civilians on October 25 last year as a result of the intervention of the Freedom Armed Forces and change in the affairs of the army.

He said they have been working over the past few years to develop and equip the armed forces to carry out their missions through a comprehensive reform process at the leadership and individual levels.

Al-Burhan reiterated that there was no bilateral agreement between the military institution and any civilian component, but acknowledged that a paper had been submitted for discussion in which the military institution expressed its observations on maintaining army unity and the way forward cutting off again from the “brothers” who said they started (rotted) within the army: He added: “We tell you there is no place for you to ride on the backs of the army again to to come to power.”

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