Transitional Military Commission of the Sudan: lifting the nationwide curfew

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 Transitional Military Commission of the Sudan: lifting the nationwide curfew


In a statement broadcast live on Sudanese official television, Burhan announced the lifting of the curfew and the release of all persons tried and detained under the Emergency Law of the former Bashir regime. At the same time, he announced the dismissal of the governors of the military governments of all the states of Sudan and the replacement of commanders of the military regions to preside over the work.

Burhan said he would form a transitional civilian government in consultation with Sudanese political parties to manage state affairs during the two-year transitional period. In addition, the composition of the Transitional Military Commission will be announced shortly. Burhan also said he would restructure the Sudanese government to eliminate the impact of past party quotas. Bulhan stressed that he would strive to maintain national security and that anyone involved in the bloodshed would be held accountable. He called on the Sudanese people to work together to normalize social life. Sudanese Defense Minister Mohamed Ahmed Ibn Ove announced the overthrow of President Bashirs regime on November 11 and was sworn in as Chairman of the Transitional Military Commission on the same day. He also announced a one-month curfew. On the 12th, Ibn Ov announced his resignation for the national interest and Lieutenant General Bulhan took over the post of Chairman of the Transitional Military Commission. Source: responsible editor of Xinhua News Agency: Yang Qiang_N6027

Burhan said he would form a transitional civilian government in consultation with Sudanese political parties to manage state affairs during the two-year transitional period. In addition, the composition of the Transitional Military Commission will be announced shortly. Burhan also said he would restructure the Sudanese government to eliminate the impact of past party quotas.

Bulhan stressed that he would strive to maintain national security and that anyone involved in the bloodshed would be held accountable. He called on the Sudanese people to work together to normalize social life.

Sudanese Defense Minister Mohamed Ahmed Ibn Ove announced the overthrow of President Bashirs regime on November 11 and was sworn in as Chairman of the Transitional Military Commission on the same day. He also announced a one-month curfew. On the 12th, Ibn Ov announced his resignation for the national interest and Lieutenant General Bulhan took over the post of Chairman of the Transitional Military Commission.