Tag Archives: DFCF

We may agree with the TMC at any moment :DFCF

Mohamed Ismat, the member in the Declaration of Forces of Change and Freedom (DFCF), expected to sign an agreement with the Transitional Military Council (TMC) at any moment. In an interview with (Alintibaha) newspaper, Ismat said that they do not mind reducing their participation rate of 67% in the Legislative Council, and warned against using violence against processions on June ...

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DFCF agree to represent 50% of the Legislative Council

Informed sources revealed intensive contacts between the leaders of the military council and the Declaration of Forces of Change and Freedom (DFCF)  in order to resume negotiations. The sources announced that the DFCF agreed to 50% of the Legislative Council, instead of 67%. Sources said, according to (Alsudani) newspaper, that the DFCF agreed to divide 17% of the 67% on ...

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“Troika” calls for consensus in Sudan before June 30

The Declaration of Forces of Change and Freedom (DFCF) announced that the “Troika” countries called for an agreement with the military council before June 30. According to sources, the representatives of the three countries (USA, United Kingdom and Norway), in their meeting with the (DFCF) yesterday, expressed their fears of clashes with the military council in the demonstration declared on ...

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A meeting to resolve the negotiations between the “TMC” and the “DFCF”

Sources revealed, a crucial meeting today (Wednesday), between the Ethiopian mediation, the Transitional Military Council (TMC), and the Declaration of Forces of Change And Freedom (DFCF), to determine the negotiating tracks. The sources said, according to (Alarby aljadeed), that the meeting between the mediation of Ethiopian and African, and the two negotiating parties, is likely to be crucial, in terms ...

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TMC intends to introduce a third party: Political analyst

Zain al-Abidine Salih, a Political analyst, said that, the Transitional Military Council (TMC) plans to introduce a third party so that the Declaration of Forces of Change And Freedom (DFCF) will not have a majority in the three councils. According to (Alitihad) newspaper, UAE, Salih said said that the message of the Military Council means a cancellation of previous agreements, ...

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Troika delegation arrives in Khartoum today

On Tuesday, a delegation of the Troika countries (Britain, the United States and Norway) will arrive in Khartoum to discuss developments in the Sudan crisis, ways to enhance the rapprochement between the Transitional Military Council (TMC) and the Declaration of Freedom and Change Forces to agree on arrangements for the transitional period. US envoy Donald Booth, Britain’s Bob Verweiser, and ...

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DFCF intends to accept Ethiopian mediation suggestions

Omer Eldigair, a leader in the Declaration of Freedom and Change Forces (DFCF), that change forces tend to accept the proposals of the Ethiopian mediation initiative on the sovereign council. Eldigair stated that they had not yet discussed the decision-making mechanism of the future sovereign council. He stressed the commitment not to exclude any of the political forces in the ...

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Resumption of negotiations between the TMC and DFCF

On Friday, a source from The Declaration of Freedom and Change Force (DFCF), announced that negotiations would be resumed with the Transitional Military Council (TMC) within hours, after a week of suspension. “We, the DFCF, affirm our commitment to all our agreements with the military council,” the source said, adding that “negotiations are our only way to reach agreements that ...

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An Economist calls for a political consensus

The Economist, Mohamed al-Nayir, called for accelerating the political consensus process and avoiding the revolutionary escalation, taking the economy and the country’s security into account. al-Nayir asked the Transitional Military Council (TMC) and the Declaration of Freedom and Change Force (DFCF); to get over the points of contention over the proportions of representation in the sovereign council so as not ...

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