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Mohammed Yagoub

Why the Transitional Militias Council doesn’t want to handover power to civilian led leadership in Sudan?

Some of the reasons why the Transitional Militias Council which calls itself Transitional Military Council (TMC) doesn’t want to handover power to the pro-democracy protests is that if civilian led democratic government is established such government will have right to

1. Legislate laws

2. It will dissolve the National Congress Party which have been looting the country for the last thirty years and dissolves all its militias which were being created to keep the genocidal regime in power

3. It will confiscate all the properties, companies and buildings of those militias

4. It is possible that the civilian government will integrate all militia groups being created by the Bashir’s regime to keep their Party in power into national army, security and police forces

5. Civilian government will be able to appoint and remove governors

6. Civil led Transitional government will be having right to appoint members of the Transitional National Assembly

7. The civil led transitional government will set path for the drafting of new national Constitution of inclusivity and drawing up of policies for external relations

8. Civil led transitional leadership will be able to appoint ambassadors, ministers, deputy ministers and directors of governmental bodies and institutions and to merge and replace these institutions with progressive institutions

9. Civil led transitional body has right to withdraw the Sudanese forces in Yemen which were deployed by the Bashir’s regime to fight on behalf of Saudi Arabia so as to benefit Bashir’s regime financially

10. Has right to cancellation of Port Sudan from the Philippine company, port of Suakin from Qataris, and cancel all agreements and treaties with countries which were done by the previous government and cancel rental of Suakin Island from the Turks and other agricultural fields being gave out to foreign companies and governments by the Bashir’s regime

11. The civilian led Presidential Council will be having right to declare war and cut relations with other States or the establishment of new relations with the States which the previous regime had or had no relations

12. Because of those reasons the Transitional Militias Council the military body of the Bashir’s regime which is at the last stages of their departure rejecting the civilian led transitional government so as to protect their party’s interests and tries its best to find way to legitimize their existence in power

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  1. Sudanese revolution is a revolution of the mind, there is no one have ever thought of Sudanese coming together against tyranny like the way it happened the regime divided masses into tribal, religious, ethnic, racial, regional and ideological lines to weaken the role of every group that may come upRead more

    Sudanese revolution is a revolution of the mind, there is no one have ever thought of Sudanese coming together against tyranny like the way it happened the regime divided masses into tribal, religious, ethnic, racial, regional and ideological lines to weaken the role of every group that may come up against their tyrannic existentialism but these youth on the streets through their consciousness managed to overcome all those barriers and when you go at the military headquarters where the sit-in is based you will be amazed to see how diverse culturally and intellectually the sit-in is! young men and women are raising the highest kinds of intellectual consciousness

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