Source: Radio Dabanga
The Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-N) and El Sahwa Revolutionary Council, led by Musa Hilal, have agreed on joint action to establish a democratic system in Sudan.
In a joint press statement issued on Friday, the SPLM-N and El Sahwa Council announced that they agreed to “end the wars in all parts of Sudan”, “bring down the totalitarian regime”, and establish a democratic system in the country.
A Memorandum of Understanding was signed on Thursday by Jagoud Mikwar Murada for the SPLM-N, and Ismail Aghbash for El Sahwa Revolutionary Council. In the MoU, the parties emphasise that they will seek to “stop the policies of divide and rule, by setting up Sudanese tribes against each other”, and work on restoring Sudan’s social fabric, “destroyed by the Khartoum regime”.
They will cooperate in establishing a “state based on good governance and citizenship, on equal rights and duties for every Sudanese, without discrimination”. This is to be realised through a “comprehensive constitutional process, conducive to change”.