Governance

Sudanese rivals schedule final political agreement

The agreement will include the Forces for Freedom and Change (FFC), the Popular Congress Party (PCP), Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) and the rebel coalition of the Sudanese Revolutionary Front (RSF).

The FFC said the agreement will be the base for civilian rule and the formation of a transitional government

"The forces that signed the political declaration recently had a meeting on Friday with Army General Abdul Fattah Alburahn and the head of the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) Mohamed Hamdan Daglo (Hmemedti) amid wide regional and international presence and discussed the final touches of the political agreement that would be signed on Monday," the FFC said in a statement.

The meeting was brokered by the UN, EU, African Union, US, UK, United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.

Resistance committees, Sudanese Professional Association (SPA), the Communist Party and other minor groups have rejected the deal.

Protests have continued in Sudan against the formation possible deal since October with demonstrators demanding full civilian rule and an end to the October 2021 military coup.

Source: Anadolu Agency