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FFC hints of escalation if military component not hand over power

Mohamed Ali Fazari
Press TV, Khartoum

In Sudan, military leaders demand a cabinet overhaul and civilian figures reject any move to dissolve the current government as tensions rise in the country. A pro-civilian rule fraction has warned of a creeping coup in the country.

In a press conference held by the Sudanese pro-civilian rule fraction, the Forces of Freedom and Change fraction (FFC) has categorically rejected any move to dissolve the government without consent of the fraction and Prime Minster Abdalla Hamdok. Meanwhile, an unarmed group stormed the building of the Sudan News Agency (SUNA) and used physical and verbal violence to terrorize journalists and media professionals, in an attempt to prevent the convening of the Conference which had been announced earlier by FFC.

Time is running out as the Sudanese government components have not reached a solution to resolve the political crisis in the country. The FFC has also rejected the mediation and solutions before handing over power to civilians next month.

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