Lt. Gen. Shamsuddin Kabashi, Chairman of the Political Committee and spokesman for the Sudan Transitional Military Council, said that the issues of achieving peace, reconstruction and development are the top priorities of the transitional period.
This came during a meeting with Kabashi ambassadors accredited to Sudan, to explain the arrangements for the transitional period and agreements reached by the Transitional Military Council with the forces of "Declaration of Freedom and Change."
Kabashi spoke in a statement to the military junta earlier, that the final signing of the constitutional document, represents the last link in the documents of the agreements between the Council and the forces (freedom and change) related to the construction and establishment of institutions of transitional government to the establishment of a civilian state.
He added that the recently signed constitutional document is the governing and reference document during the transitional period.
During the meeting, Kabashi reviewed the details and levels of the transitional period, its powers, powers, and time frame, noting that the majority in the Sovereign Council was granted to civilians, who represent six of the 11 members.
The Transitional Military Council and the forces of the Declaration of Liberty and Change had initialed the Constitutional Declaration, marking the beginning of the formation of governing institutions in a transitional phase scheduled to last 39 months.
The declaration was signed by the military junta, its deputy chairman, General Ahmed Mohamed Hamdan Doklo, and the forces of the "Declaration of Freedom and Change" in which Ahmed Rabie, the chairman of the African mediation committee, Mohamed Hassan Labat, and the Ethiopian mediator, Mahmoud Dereer.
A formal ceremony is expected to be held after Eid al-Adha for the final signing of the document, which will see, as scheduled, a regional and international presence.
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