The group arrived at the agency’s headquarters in central Khartoum on large buses carrying sticks and knives.
accused The Forces for Freedom and Change, groups of protesters, stormed the Sudan News Agency to “prevent the holding of its press conference”.
The Sudanese capital is in a state of anticipation of what the situation could lead to in light of the widening dispute between the military and civil sides in the transitional government.
The group demands the dissolution of the government and the authorization of the army to take over power; But Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok; He stressed in a statement that the decision to dissolve the government is up to the relevant institutions; In reference to the forces of freedom and change.
The Prime Minister’s media office denied reports that the latter had agreed to dissolve the Council of Ministers.
Hamdok’s media office said in a statement that these reports were inaccurate in stating the positions of the various parties.
He stressed, “The Prime Minister does not have a monopoly on the right to decide the fate of the transition institutions, and that he adheres to the points he made in his speech on Friday, October 15, as an approach to resolving the crisis by addressing all its aspects through a dialogue in which everyone participates.”
The media office pointed out that Hamdok “continues contacts and meetings with various parties of the transitional authority and political forces to discuss ways to address the political crisis in the country.”
He revealed that the Sudanese Prime Minister met on Friday with representatives of the military component of the Sovereign Council, and he also met in the evening of the same day with representatives of the Central Council for Freedom and Change.
Hamdok’s office stressed that the goal behind these meetings “is to protect the process of the civil democratic transition and to protect the security and safety of the country.”
The head of the Sudan Liberation Movement, Minni Arko Minawi, had said in press statements that Hamdok and the President of the Sovereignty Council, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, had agreed to dissolve the Sovereignty Councils and the Ministers to solve the burning crisis in the country.
Sudan lives on the impact of a political crisis over the transition of power in the transitional period.