US Secretary of State: It's time to end military rule in Sudan

US Secretary of State: It's time to end military rule in Sudan  The United States has called for an end to military rule in Sudan, a year after the overthrow of the civilian government led by Abdalla Hamdok.  "Almost a year ago, the Sudanese military toppled the civilian-led government and undermined the democratic aspirations of the people," US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said in a statement. "Now is the time to end military rule."  He stressed that Washington continues to support the tripartite mechanism of the United Nations, the African Union and IGAD, and its efforts towards reaching a solution and forming a civilian government in the country.  Blinken noted that the formation of a new civilian government in the country is key to the resumption of international aid.  The political forces in Sudan are currently continuing consultations in order to reach a formula on forming a civilian government, while demonstrations calling for an end to the military rule in the country continue.  The US statement came at a time when the Sudanese mobilized their forces to commemorate the protests against the army commander's actions to dissolve the government of Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, which he described as corrective measures, while the civil opposition and the international and regional communities considered them a military coup against the civilian government.  Civil opposition groups, political parties and resistance committees are active in mobilizing the masses to go out in massive processions to condemn the coup and demand the return of civilian rule, on Tuesday, coinciding with the one-year anniversary of the measures taken by the army chief, Lieutenant-General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan on October 25.

The United States has called for an end to military rule in Sudan, a year after the overthrow of the civilian government led by Abdalla Hamdok.

"Almost a year ago, the Sudanese military toppled the civilian-led government and undermined the democratic aspirations of the people," US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said in a statement. "Now is the time to end military rule."

He stressed that Washington continues to support the tripartite mechanism of the United Nations, the African Union and IGAD, and its efforts towards reaching a solution and forming a civilian government in the country.

Blinken noted that the formation of a new civilian government in the country is key to the resumption of international aid.

The political forces in Sudan are currently continuing consultations in order to reach a formula on forming a civilian government, while demonstrations calling for an end to the military rule in the country continue.

The US statement came at a time when the Sudanese mobilized their forces to commemorate the protests against the army commander's actions to dissolve the government of Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, which he described as corrective measures, while the civil opposition and the international and regional communities considered them a military coup against the civilian government.

Civil opposition groups, political parties and resistance committees are active in mobilizing the masses to go out in massive processions to condemn the coup and demand the return of civilian rule, on Tuesday, coinciding with the one-year anniversary of the measures taken by the army chief, Lieutenant-General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan on October 25.
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