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Sudan is one of the largest African countries in terms of surface area. From North to South, East to West, the country is rich in minerals and other resources that can help propel it to higher heights. But despite these gifted resources, political instability in the country has been a major hindrance. After toppling the country’s several decades dictator, Omar El Bechir and witnessing Abdel Fattah Al-Burhane dashed their hopes by seizing power in October 2021, the different stakeholders seem to be fine-tuning the right strategies towards peace and democracy. After several failed attempts, the government and civil society on December 5, 2022 endorsed a historic accord. 
The accord signed by the two most important military personalities of the country, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhane and General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, of the Rapid Support Forces (RSF), who doubles as deputy head of Sudan’s Sovereign Council on the one hand, and the civil society on the other, has been welcomed by the AU, UN and the Quad and Troika countries (US, UK, Norway, UAE, KSA). To these institutions and countries, the framework agreement between Sudan’s military generals and civilian groups, is not only a major step towards the restoring of a civilian-led transitional government, but a path towards the continuous negotiations of a final deal that would get the country back to democratic transition.
With all the ground works already in place, it is of absolute necessity for the different stakeholders to ...



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