publish date 2021-09-23 11:06:50
Adviser to the transitional government in Sudan, Abdullah Hamdok, acknowledged on Wednesday that there is a failure in the establishment of civil governance institutions in the country, in addition to the difficulty in unifying the security institutions and the army.
Political advisor Yasser Arman said in televised statements on Al-Jazeera Mubasher that the latest coup attempt is the first coup whose leaders were arrested during the execution of the attempt and differs from previous coups, adding that “the coup was preceded by extensive campaigns and attacks on the people in several incidents in the capital, Khartoum. by organized groups affiliated with the former regime.”
Arman indicated that investigations are being conducted to ensure the participation of civilian figures in the coup, rejecting accusations of failure against the transitional government in Sudan, but he said that “this is part of the campaign that is being raised against it to bring it down.”
The Sudanese official acknowledged the existence of shortcomings and obstacles from unnamed parties that are working to obstruct the government’s achievements, which has led to a delay in the establishment of civil governance institutions, including the Legislative Council and the Constitutional Court.
He noted that there are interests, fears and ambitions that impede the issue of forming a unified army, noting that the issue needs in-depth dialogue due to political and economic interference within the military institutions (…).
Arman added: “Sudan now has more than one army, so there is a difficulty in merging, and the process requires full cooperation between civilians and military personnel,” according to his assessment.
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Source : ألدستور