By: Al-Sammani Awadallah
Khartoum- The negotiations between the Transitional Military Council (TMC) and the Forces of Freedom and Change (FFC) are scheduled to resume Sunday after a three-day suspension as the two parties have declared their desire to surpass the points of difference and achieve an agreement that would herald a new stage in the country.
This desire is consistent with what the two sides had previously announced, as the two sides had begun to discuss the ratios of representation in the sovereignty council after they agreed on the term of the transitional period and representation in the legislative council.
The Deputy Chairman of Transitional Military Council, 1st. Lt. Gen. Mohamed Hamdan Daglo addressed here Saturday the annual Ramadan Iftar of the native administration of Darfur states in the presence of the Saudi Ambassador in Khartoum and the Charge d’Affaires of the United States, amid the participation of hundreds of Darfuris and representatives from various Sudanese provinces and states to the rhythm of the music of the Sudanese revolution.
He pointed out to their respect and appreciation to the Forces of Freedom and Change who succeeded in removing the regime of Al Bashir, adding “we are part of the revolution and our partnership is real, and we intend to form a government of national competencies of independent personalities.”
The Commander of the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) affirmed that that the figures of the former regime are in prison, pledging to pursue corrupt people at home and abroad, but he asked not to allow settlement of old accounts that date back to 54 years.
In his speech, which was punctuated by cheers and applause from time to time, Daglo stressed that the RSF were “part of the revolution”, accusing countries he did not name, of waging a campaign against the RSF to distort its image.
“We will not allow foreign funds to buy politicians to pass a non-national agenda,” he added.