Tripartite mechanism cancels talks as military component withdraws


Khartoum, July 6(Darfur24) The tripartite mechanism consisting of the (African Union, the United Nations Assistance Mission in Sudan and the IGAD”) has announced the cancellation of the political process that was launched on the eighth of last June.


The tripartite mechanism said – in a statement addressed to the forces of Freedom and Change FFC,  which Darfur 24 has seen – “There is no point in continuing the dialogue without the participation of the army.

The tripartite mechanism stated that it intended to hold a general meeting with the political parties and the main components in order to review the final version of the draft rules of procedure, but the military component informed it of its withdrawal from the dialogue with civilians.

The Alliance for Freedom and Change, the “Central Council,” boycotted the launch of the dialogue at the Salam Rotana Hotel, and said at the time that identifying the parties to the political process is an important element to resolve the existing political crisis.

On Monday, the Supreme Commander of the Army, Abdel-Fattah Al-Burhan, announced his withdrawal from the dialogue sponsored by the tripartite mechanism, in order to conduct a “civil-civil” dialogue to form an executive government, amid divergence of opinions on the Sudanese street.

Mubarak Ardol, Secretary-General of Freedom and Change, welcomed the National Accord Charter to hold a dialogue based on the speech of the Commander-in-Chief of the Army

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