The International Troika: The actions of the military in Sudan are a betrayal of the revolution

The International Troika: The actions of the military in Sudan are a betrayal of the revolution
The International Troika: The actions of the military in Sudan are a betrayal of the revolution

02:53 AM

Tuesday 26 October 2021

Agencies:

The international “troika” – which includes the United States, Britain and Norway – described the military takeover of power in Sudan as “a betrayal of the revolution, the transition and the legitimate demands” of the Sudanese people.

A statement by the “troika” stated that it “is deeply concerned about the situation in Sudan and condemns the suspension of the work of state institutions, the declaration of a state of emergency and the detention of the military, Prime Minister Hamdok and other members of the civilian leadership,” according to what Russia Today reported.

And the “troika” called on the military in Sudan to “immediately release the illegal detainees.”

“The actions of the military represent a betrayal of the revolution and the transition and the legitimate demands of the Sudanese people for peace, justice and economic development,” she added.

The three countries stressed the need to “respect freedom of expression and peaceful assembly, avoid violence and bloodshed, and restore communication networks.”

She stressed that she “will continue to support those working for a democratic Sudan with a civilian government with full legitimacy,” considering this “the best guarantee for the stability of the country and the region in the long term.”

“We reject the attempt to undermine the transition towards democratic elections and call for an urgent return to a civilian-led government on the basis of the constitutional declaration and other foundational documents of the transition,” she added.

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