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Sudan Revolutionary Front to Cooperate with Transitional Authority to Build Trust

Sudan Revolutionary Front to Cooperate with Transitional Authority to Build Trust

Thursday, 26 September, 2019 - 12:00
Meetings of the Sudan Revolutionary Front (SRF) leaders in Cairo on Wednesday. Asharq Al-Awsat Arabic.

Sudan Revolutionary Front (SRF) has affirmed the will to cooperate with the transitional authority in Sudan to carry out all procedures to build the confidence mentioned in the constitutional document and Juba Declaration.

This affirmation was made at the conclusion of the meetings held in Egypt during the past five days.

The front stressed Wednesday that it seeks partnership in building peace and making this war the last one in the history of the country.

It praised the procedures of the transitional government in Sudan represented in releasing more war captives and abolishing oppressive decisions of the former regime against leaders of the Revolutionary Front.

It urged the people of Sudan, especially those harmed from the wars in displacement regions, to back the peace process that should be a property for the people and should respond to their agonies and aspirations.

Further, the front asserted that it would find key platforms to interact with wars' victims and beneficiaries from building the new system – it continued that peace is the sole way to improve the conditions of life, reform the economy, recover the Sudanese national fabric, restructure the security sector and restore foreign ties.

SRF extended gratitude to Egypt’s leadership and people for hosting the meetings and praised the participation of a delegation from South Sudan.

Further, it selected Sudan People's Liberation Army candidate as a deputy leader and Eltom Hajo as the speaker of the SRF legislative body.

The front added that taking into account the climate made by the revolution and the strategic goal of SRF to move from war into peace and to contribute to building the new system and transforming the front into a bloc capable of competing in the elections, the front decided to dispatch a high-rank delegation to Khartoum to reinforce trust.

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