Groups in Sudan concur to establish a transitional administration


According to Khalid Omar Yousif, a representative for the political settlement’s signatories, Sudan’s political factions have decided to establish a new transitional administration on April 11 of this year.

The military authorities of Sudan, who seized control in a coup in late 2021, have been attempting to reach an agreement with the civil political groups that had previously held power with the goal of reinstalling a civilian government.

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According to Yousif, the parties have decided on a committee to develop a new constitution that will consist of nine members of civilian organisations, one member of the army, and a member of the potent paramilitary Rapid Support Forces.

On April 6, they will sign a constitutional declaration and the agreement’s transitional framework. Western, Gulf, and UN-sponsored talks led to the formation of a new administration after the coup in October 2021, which may reactivate Sudan’s dire need for economic help.



Raven Ruma is a professional journalist with a keen eye on domestic and foreign situations. His favorite pastime is to keep the public informed about the current situation through his pen and he is fulfilling this responsibility through the platform of Arab News.

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