Comprehensive solution and rejection of interventions.. A civil forces proposal to end the Sudan war

While the battles continue in Sudan for the fourth month, Nour al-Daim Taha, a leader in the Forces for Freedom and Change – the Democratic Bloc, said that they agreed during the conference held by the bloc today, Tuesday, in Cairo, on the need to stop the war in Sudan, reach a comprehensive solution to the crisis, and reject any regional or international interference.

Unity of civilian forces first

Taha told the Arab World News Agency today, Tuesday, that this goal can be achieved “with the unity of the civil political forces and their agreement on a specific vision,” before speaking to the military component.

The Democratic Bloc held its conference today, Tuesday, in Cairo, in which a number of organizations under its banner participated, most notably the Justice and Equality Movement headed by Finance Minister Jibril Ibrahim, the Sudan Liberation Army Movement headed by Minni Arko Minawi, the governor of the Darfur region, and the Coordinating Council of Independent Verticals for Eastern Sudan led by the tribal leader of Beja, Muhammad al-Amin Turk.

One Sudanese voice

“The head of the Sovereignty Council, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, and the Rapid Support Forces must be addressed with one unified Sudanese voice about stopping the war and the exit of the entire military component from political work,” Taha said.

one army

Taha said that the conference of the Democratic Bloc is not a response to the conference held by the Forces for Freedom and Change, the Central Council, during the past two days in Cairo, and said that the conference had been prepared for it for a long time.

He also denied the accusations leveled against the Democratic Bloc of supporting the army and Al-Burhan in the ongoing war in Sudan, and said that they support Sudan having one unified professional army, calling on the Rapid Support Forces and all armed movements to merge into one army.

100 days of war

Sudan plunged into the current war on the fifteenth of last April, after a period of tension between the army and the Rapid Support Forces, due to a dispute between the two sides over integration into the armed forces.

With the passage of more than 100 days since the outbreak of the war, a short-term solution does not appear on the horizon, despite the various initiatives led by Saudi Arabia, the United States, IGAD countries, and the initiative of neighboring countries.

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