Written by Comrade: Abdul Rahman Syed (Osiris Keltos)
Sudan is now going through a state of obstruction, disorientation and dispersion due to the complexities and overlaps of several political, economic and social factors, where the state does not exist in its meaning represented in the absence of institutions and the absence of complete power structures so that it is separate (executive, legislative, judicial) that performs its roles, in the presence of a government A fragile, incomplete, and contradictory transitional phase, in addition to the inconsistency in visions within the so-called (Council of Partners of the Transitional Phase) “Nokhbat Qaht + Revolutionary Front + Janja Askar) _ who contributed in one way or another to the conflict over the quotas in power without presenting a vision for building Sudan, Which affected the emergence of a complete and comprehensive vision as a reference for the work of the sovereign and executive apparatus of the state, with the absence of a single national army and the failure to dissolve and integrate movements and militias so far..in addition to the absence of the people in various stages and decisions, especially fateful ones.
The slowdown, disintegration and fragility that characterize this critical period in Sudan’s history
From security instability and social conflict between the components of one people, as well as the collapse in the national economy and the end of the value of the local currency, in addition to the absence and development of a clear vision for external relations built according to common interests, in addition to idleness and sloppiness within the civil service institutions, in addition to the failure to remove and hold the symbols of the regime accountable And recover the looted according to a transparent and clear legal methodology..
The current scene, with all its various details, which constitutes the reality of a weak and shaky state, confirms the absence of equal citizenship values.
Everything that is happening is not new. The ruling political regimes in Sudan have succeeded in succession, whether they were (military dictatorship, fake democracy), they started from the same (methodology and mentality), starting with the policy of imposition and exclusion and not recognizing all the pluralism and diversity that exists within the state (politically, ethnically, religiously, Culturally, geographically) and not working on the participation and management of this diversity, in addition to the lack of a comprehensive national constitution that constitutes an integrated framework for the beautiful diversity within the state, in addition to the lack of a system in line with the nature of the Sudanese state in terms of large plurality and vast geographical areas, and the lack of a national identity, In addition to the absence of a comprehensive economic vision for building an advanced national economy by supporting production, employing and managing resources, in addition to the absence of the unified national Sudanese national army and building a national combat doctrine away from narrow ideologies and not criminalizing the politicization of military institutions.
All of the above makes it imperative for all Sudanese with all their components to find and invent a new road map in the wake of the glorious December people’s revolution through new methods and mechanisms other than what has been tested (military coups, spurious elections, sham democracies) and work to find a strategic and comprehensive mechanism that does not exclude anyone. With the exception of (those who have criminalized, murdered, robbed and stole the Sudanese people for 30 years, the solution must be with the participation of all the components of the Sudanese people on their own behalf and not by proxy or wills from an individual or group in order to avoid the reproduction of the same Safavid mentality that reproduces itself and the national crisis together, and therefore The suffering of the Sudanese people, whose pain has been prolonged, and whose hopes have been dashed for lean years…
The best solution must be based on the concept of a comprehensive strategic dialogue among all Sudanese as an entrance to address the roots of the historical crisis in various crucial and important issues such as identity, the system of government, the economy, institutions, the army, education and health, as well as foreign relations, and everything related to the future of building the Sudanese state, which must be In which the values of comprehensive social peace, justice, freedom and democracy are achieved so that any Sudanese citizen finds himself within the state, receiving his political, civil and other rights and fulfilling his duties towards the state.
The concept of dialogue between the sons and daughters of the Sudanese people to sit inside Sudan and discuss the roots of the historical crisis by discussing its causes and how to treat it with the participation of all. It requires a real Sudanese national will from all the components of the people with their right-wing or left-wing political parties, as well as civil society organizations, various civil forces, and all religious groups as well as the components The social, grassroots, resistance committees, the lips, the Canadians, and the national and youth initiatives require a will that results in dedication, concession, leaving supremacy, sitting down, participating and presenting opinions in all transparency within the framework of dealing with (refuting and fragmenting) the causes of the roots of all crises and participating in the same way in developing solutions and adopting the outcomes of the Sudanese national dialogue among all Sudanese As national constants agreed upon with the participation and blessing of all, to formulate them in the contents of the comprehensive (now missing) national constitution and to work on putting it forward for the people to express their views on and adopt it.
The strategic and comprehensive dialogue may seem difficult and contain many challenges, but with the national will, we must work together, based on the values of tolerance and acceptance of the other, and our belief that the homeland is reformed by its sons. Sudanese and address their issues and come up with a comprehensive and solid solution.
Establishing a dialogue with this deep concept requires creating an enabling environment that supports and is conducive to the participation of all of the sons and daughters of the Sudanese people, which is achieved under a serious transitional government and with the pure national will as well as tolerance and acceptance of the other and the principle of transparency and avoidance of blackmail, political hatred and hatred towards the other, as well as achieving transitional justice and extradition of criminals. The International Criminal Court shall ensure that justice is achieved, reparation for the families of victims and displaced persons and compensation, individually and collectively, and everything that helps facilitate the establishment of dialogue and the broad and effective participation in it of the components of the Sudanese people.
We have to believe that the solution to the crisis lies in the participation of all components of the Sudanese people, with the exception of criminals from the National Congress regime, to build a state of institutions, freedoms and rule of law, and to achieve human values that guarantee a decent life and a decent life for all Sudanese.
As long as the struggles of the Sudanese people