Khartoum,Jan.21 (SUNA) –  The spokesman of the political process, Khalid Omer Yousif, said that the framework agreement clearly meets the demands of the street, pointing out that it establishes and constitutes a just and acceptable solution that restores the civil democratic path and addresses the most urgent issues of democratic transition.

Speaking in an interactive symposium on developments of the political process held on Friday evening in the Clubhouse- Social Media Platform, Yousif stated that the framework agreement focuses on establishing a civil authority with full powers to lead the country to a democratic transition, and lays down the basis for the security and military reform process to form a single professional and national army.

The spokesman of the political process touched on the positives and strengths of the framework agreement, pointing out that it lays down the basis for all the demands of the revolution in terms of civil, justice, democracy, the dismantling of the June 30 regime, the security reform and other demands, noting that what was done in the framework agreement establishes a reformulation of the relationship between the military and civilian component to be in its normal state and subordination of the military institution to civilian authority. Yousif said that “we want the outcome of the political process to be a largest consensus among the forces of the revolution, led by the resistance committees”, saying that discussions on the rest of the four issues will be resumed next week until conclusion of the political process.

He indicated that the road is not strewn with roses, but rather we are walking in a minefield, but this can be overcome through the will of the people.

Regarding the talks about the existence of secret agreements granting amnesty for those who committed crimes during the revolution, he said that the framework agreement does not talk about amnesty and things like that, and this issue is resolved within a comprehensive framework and it is not a decision in the hands of Sudan's Forces of Freedom and Change (FFC).

In a response to what has been circulated by Wajdi Saleh about the framework agreement that it controlled by the military, he said that is merely unfounded, noting that the commander-in-chief will be subject to the Head of civilian State, stressing that the commander-in-chief has no right to reject the decisions of the executive institutions.

Yousif stressed that what has been made by the head of the Justice and Equality    Movement (JEM), Dr. Jibril Ibrahim, about the existence of a new political process as an alternative to the current one, he noted that is merely baseless, pointing out that the basis of the discussion regarding the political process is purely the framework agreement and any other talks is baseless.

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