By / Sudan Vision
Khartoum – President of the Transitional Military Council (TMC), First Lieutenant General Abdul Fattah Al-Burhan condemned the negative phenomena that violate the prestige of the state and harm the protesters, such as closing roads, assaulting individuals and searching without an authorized authority.
In an enlightening meeting, here on Sunday, with the officers of the rank of colonel and above, Al-Burhan said that things will not go this way and that security is the responsibility of the state, reiterating the Council’s keenness to involve all political forces in consultations on the formation of the transitional government and ensure safe passage in Sudan to overcome this critical stage, stressing the importance of the cohesion and unity of the armed forces and the completion of their national and moral role and fulfill their commitment as a guarantor of free and fair elections at the end of the transitional period.
He pointed out that the Council deals with various issues on the ground with wisdom and patience, calling on the political parties to exercise the spirit of national responsibility and not to follow the calls for criminalization, exclusion and isolation, saying that the law can address all issues related to corruption and the recovery of the rights of the citizen and punish the corrupted persons.
For its part, the TMC Security Committee demanded the opening of corridors, roads and crossings immediately to conduct the movement of trains and transport in its various forms in the capital and the states for the flow of necessary needs.
In a statement issued on Monday, the committee called on citizens and all the society to the help the security authorities by immediately report of any negative phenomena that affect the security and safety and daily life of citizens, stressing the pursuit of the military council to conduct the political, economic and security life until the country go out to safety.