© Reuters. FILE PHOTO – Sudan’s President Abdel Fattah al-Burhan addresses the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly at the ONU in New York, United States, September 22, 2022. REUTERS/Mike Seagar
Par Daphne Psaledakis
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Le général Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, declarée jeudi soir à Reuters qu’aucune date fixe n’avait été fixée pour les élections, mais que l’armée n’ visit indefinitely.
Burhan, who derailed a political transformation 11 months ago and dissolved a government led by civilians, had previously indicated that elections would take place in 2023.
The prize of power that he directed led to the end of an accord of power sharing between the army and the civilians, triggering massive street demonstrations and a confrontation between the military and the pro-democracy parties.
Après l’approfondissement de l’itpasse, Burhan declared in juillet that l’armée se retirerait des pourparlers politiques.
“Nous attendons, nous ne voulons pas nous sérér dans ce processus politique,” declared Burhan in an interview on the sidelines of the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York, questioned on a date for the elections. “Bien sûr, nous n’attendrons pas indefiniment”, he added.
The opponents accuse Burhan of having overthrown a conversion towards democracy and an economic opening after the eviction of the former leader Omar al-Beshir during a popular uprising in 2019.
The military leadership declared that it had taken the lead in the cause of political struggles between the civil parties, but this decision sparked strong condemnation from the western powers and the suspension of billions of dollars in international aid.
“If this is not tenait qu’à nous, nous aurions déjà termine les tasks de transforme, mais les forces civiles et la communauté régionale et internationale nous ont demande d’arrêter,” declared Burhan, interrogé on the date of the elections.
Burhan indicated that he accepted a recent statement from his deputy, General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, according to which the civilians should appoint a future Prime Minister and head of the sovereign authority, affirming that this was correct for him. même dit previously.
Burhan also declared that an agreement aimed at establishing a Russian base on the Soudanese coast of the Red Sea was still under discussion and that the two countries had normal relations.
Il a dementi les informations récentes selon leslénces de l’or soudanais était expédié vers la Russie, affirmant que seule certaines entités étaiten responsable des exportations.