By: Al-Sammani Awadallah
Khartoum – Sudanese security service Monday released Yasir Arman the deputy head of the SPL0M-N Agar, the Movement’s Secretary Ismail Jalab and its Spokesperson Mubarak Ardol.
The official Sudan News Agency issued a short statement confirming that the three have been released without further details.
Arman had been arrested on 5 June while Jalab and Ardol were arrested on 8 June after a meeting the Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed who convinced the opposition to accept resuming talks with the government under some conditions.
The three SPLM-N Agar leading members arrived in Khartoum as a goodwill delegation to promote peace and reconciliation after the fall of al-Bashir’s regime.
Observers consider the step as a positive sign towards pushing forward the dialogue process between the Transitional Military Council and the Forces of Freedom and Change.