Communist Party of Sudan: The UN mission failed to cope with its tasks in our country

Global Look Press |  Faiz Abu Bakr/Keystone Press Agency
Global Look Press | Faiz Abu Bakr/Keystone Press Agency

Khartoum, 22 March. The United Nations Interim Transitional Support Mission in the Sudan (UNITAMS) has failed in its mission. This was stated by the local Communist Party, according to the agency. Sudan Tribune.

UNITAMS was authorized by the Security Council in 2021 to facilitate a political transition in Sudan to further the establishment of democratic governance. The mission must protect and promote human rights and achieve sustainable peace in the East African state, reads the text of resolution No. 2579.

In a statement released the other day, the Communist Party said that it had organized a comprehensive assessment of the work of the UN team during the year. The party leaders held a number of meetings with the leaders of UNITAMS, headed by the representative of the Secretary General of the United Nations, Volker Perthes.

“The party has come to the conclusion that UNITAMS has failed in its tasks, the main of which is to achieve democratic transformation,” the statement said.

Sudanese communist leaders also rejected a framework agreement between the military and civilian parties and a path of political settlement aimed at undermining the achievements of the revolution. It is noteworthy that negotiations between various Sudanese parties are taking place under the auspices of UNITAMS and a number of Western states.

Earlier, the head of the Transitional Sovereign Council, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, said that work on the formation of civil government in the country continues. He announced this during his speech at one of the events in the city of Meroe.


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