Sudan militia commander refuses to take part in transitional army councilxalid 167
April 12, 2019 (KHARTOUM) - The commander of the federal government militia Speedy Help Forces (RSF) Mohamed Hamdan Daglo (aka Hemitte) has refused to take part within the Transitional Army Council which took over energy following the ouster of former President Omer al-Bashir.
On Thursday, the Defence Minister and First Vice- President Awad Ibn Ouf overthrew President Omer al-Bashir and introduced his arrest in a protected place.
He stated the Supreme Safety Committee, together with the armed forces, the Nationwide Intelligence and Safety Providers (NISS), RSF and the police took full duty for altering the entire regime throughout a two-year transitional interval.
In a press release revealed on the RSF webpage on Friday, Hemitte stated: “I might wish to announce to the Sudanese people who I, in my capability as commander of the RSF, have refused to take part within the army council since 11 April”.
He identified that RSF would stay a part of the armed forces and would work to take care of the unity of the nation and respect for human rights.
Hemitte added his forces would proceed to aspect with the alternatives of the Sudanese individuals.
On Friday, the army info division stated the formation of the army council has been delayed for additional consultations.
It's noteworthy that the militia commander on Thursday issued a press release through which he burdened help for the individuals's demand of handing over energy to a civil transitional authorities, saying the RSF rejects any options that do not meet the wishes of the Sudanese individuals.
He additionally requested the leaders of the Sudanese Professionals Affiliation and the varied opposition events and the youth to open the door of dialogue and have interaction in negotiations to realize options that fulfill the will of the individuals and protects the nation towards from sliding into chaos.