The European envoy calls for the speedy reach of consensus to end the political crisis
His Excellency Mr. David McAllister, the visiting Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the European Parliament, called on all Sudanese political parties to quickly reach an agreement among themselves to get out of the political crisis in the country.
This came in his intervention following the meetings that took place yesterday with members of the Sovereignty Council at the Republican Palace, saying: “Time is of the essence, and further delay in agreeing on a way out of the crisis will exacerbate the deterioration of the economy and the humanitarian situation throughout the country, and further delay will exacerbate the enormous challenges it faces.” The people of Sudan. Thus, we urge all parties to reach an agreement as soon as possible.
On behalf of the delegation accompanying him, according to SUNA, he thanked the people and the state of Sudan for the generous reception, hospitality, warm welcome, and the opportunity to meet with the main parties from various political forces and political parties, including women’s and youth groups, civil society, human rights defenders and Sudanese officials to discuss efforts Continuing to restore Sudan’s transition to democracy and back on the right track.
His Excellency indicated that in their official meetings with Lieutenant-General Shams Al-Din Al-Kabbashi, member of the Sovereignty Council, and Lieutenant-General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, Vice-President of the Sovereignty Council, they confirmed that the European Union stands by the people of Sudan in their aspirations towards democracy.
The European Union wants a new beginning with the civilian government that the people of Sudan yearn for.
He also welcomed the army’s decision to withdraw from politics, adding that the handover of power to civilians must be managed responsibly, without any unilateral moves.
The European official also renewed their firm support for the ongoing efforts of the tripartite mechanism to help bridge differences between the various Sudanese parties and initiatives and the need to facilitate the return of the transition to democracy, saying: “We need all Sudanese parties to participate constructively in the political process.
He explained that, through their meetings, they stressed that the transitional justice process must begin with holding those who committed human rights violations in the past period accountable to achieve justice.
Khartoum: (Kush News)