Members of the forces of change and the Revolutionary Front in the Addis Ababa consultations

Sharp differences between SRF and FFC

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The differences between the Forces of Freedom and Change (FFC) in Sudan and the Sudanese Revolutionary Front (SRF) have escalated during the negotiations hosted by the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa on the transfer of power to civilians in Sudan.

Sources told “Sky News Arabia” that the dispute between the forces of freedom and change, and the Revolutionary Front, confined to the structure of the forces of freedom and change and the question of postponement or formation of the transitional government, while the forces of freedom said that FFC’s structure is horizontal, and is supported by the agreement with the Revolutionary Front.

A source in the forces of the Declaration of Freedom and Change said that the Revolutionary Front presented new proposals, in which it called for a seats in the sovereign council and parliament, as well as giving preference to forming the government in the states of Darfur and the regions of Blue Nile and South Kordofan.

The source said that while the Revolutionary Front, although part of the block Sudan Call, they negotiate unilaterally and want to reverse what was agreed in the political declaration with the Transitional Military Council and the mixing of papers.

The source, who asked not to be named, added that the negotiations also been hampered with the SRF’s rejection to the 6-month period for the peace process, and its demand to extend the period.

The source pointed out that the negotiations seem to be deadlocked because of intransigent positions of the Revolutionary Front.”

Source: Sky News Arabic


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