The official, who asked not to be named, added that security authorities tried to prevent the decision of the Empowerment Removal Committee, Salah Manna, from traveling, before reversing their decision.
For more than a month, Sudan has been experiencing great political division, with the military component accused of seeking to violate the constitutional document and supporting a group of parties and personalities to form an alternative political incubator for the forces of freedom and change that led the revolution.
The crisis between the two sides of the transitional government in Sudan has worsened amid reports that three initiatives led by political figures failed at the end of last week to persuade the civil and military sides to sit together to find solutions to the problems facing the country.
Two days ago, an informed source said that Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, after a stormy meeting with representatives of the military section in the Sovereignty Council, stressed the need to adhere to the constitutional document that governs the current transitional period.
The situation in Sudan is further complicated by the continued closure of the main ports in the east of the country and the national road linking those ports with other cities of Sudan, which depend on imports to cover 70 percent of food, energy and medicine needs.
With the entry of the closures implemented by a tribal group led by the Nazir Muhammad Al-Amin Turk, signs of a serious crisis began to appear in bread, life-saving medicines and the electricity supply, which is already suffering from a long crisis.
The Turk group, which has declared allegiance to the military side, demands the abolition of the constitutional document and the dissolution of the central government and the National Committee tasked with dismantling the structure of the regime of ousted President Omar al-Bashir.