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Wednesday, 14 August 2019

Sudan’s FFC, SRF civilian coalitions discuss constitutional declaration in Cairo

Sudan’s civilian coalitions discuss constitutional declaration in Cairo: A meeting between the two major Sudanese civilian coalitions to discuss a dispute over the recent constitutional declaration took place in Cairo over the past two days, the Foreign Ministry said in a statement. The Forces of Freedom and Change (FFC) and the Sudan Revolutionary Front (SRF) alliances “exchanged views and agreed to acquaint the FFC leaders with the outcomes of the meeting,” the statement said. The Sudanese opposition signed a constitutional agreement with the military earlier this month that could pave the way for a new transitional government and elections in late 2022.

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