Khartoum, Nov. 24 (SUNA) - The Sudanese Communist Party (SCP) issued a statement during a press conference it held today at its headquarters in Khartoum, in which it expressed reservations about the November 21, 2021 agreement signed between President of the Sovereignty Council Gen. Abdel-Fattah Al-Burhan and Prime Minister Dr. Abdalla Hamdok, pointing to the importance of adhere to the Constitutional Document previously signed by the partners.

The statement called for a longer transitional period, after which a constitutional conference is to be held in which the people of Sudan are to participate in order to agree on how to govern the country, and not to repeat the mistakes of the 1985 and 1964 revolutions.

The statement also called for an investigation into the shooting against the revolutionaries in previous processions, which it described as peaceful.

The Sudanese Communist Party indicated that there are projects and charters prepared for the coming period.

It admitted that there were mistakes in its previous alliances, declaring that it has no objection to alliance with any political force.

The statement stressed the necessity of holding the elections in an appropriate atmosphere in order to achieve peace, security, stability and development.


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