Researcher and academic, dr. Ali Allah Abdel Razek Ali Allah, writes: Reform of the Rest of the Transitional Period – The Necessity of National Interest and Future Concerns

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Perhaps one of the most important lessons and lessons learned was from the history of the December Revolution and the political change that overthrew the previous regime, not to seize the golden opportunity that appeared at that time, and which politicians, intellectuals and those with insight into the current political scene had to pay close attention and utilize Objectivity and rational, rational insight, because of its importance in determining and drawing the desired future of Sudan, in which the political elite missed the historic opportunity achieved . to the success of the December Revolution, in order to achieve a strategic national goal for the future of the Sudanese people who are exhausted from the failure of the elite to achieve comprehensive stability after the December Revolution.To this golden and fulfilled opportunity to waste naturally. , has led to a high cost of performance in the later stages, and at other times it has led to the difficulty and impossibility of achieving this goal – the most telling example of this is the mismanagement of the current transition period, and the failure of the military components And civil in achieving this great goal (the partnership model), it rather led to the change of direction from the achieved goal of the revolution (the desired democratic and civil transformation project) to an unexpected goal that is easily achieved may become in the near future. perspective, and at other times it may be impossible when we have passed more than half of the transition period. …
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So that the post-December revolution in Sudan does not follow the old, hard path of Sudan, serious responsibility must be worked on to achieve what should be the main and strategic goal of this historic, critical and critical stage that modern Sudan has is going through in the present time of crises, that is, it must be the necessity to crystallize a national project agreed upon at a minimum, capable of the state of conflict, quarrels, kinksha, and selfish political selfishness , to overcome regionalism and disgust. tribalism, through the achievement of (historical reconciliation) and healing of wounds, for the desired democratic transformation and establishment of a civil state The requirement, and the restructuring of the Sudanese state with justice and fairness for the benefit of all components of the Sudanese society, and then mobilization of the possibilities and energy wasted in the present tense in the illusory and escalating conflicts, and in the belief that this quarrel and the existing conflict between the military and civilian components, in fact, It has no value on the present time and moment, and does not address the issues of the challenges of transition and the changing reality of underdevelopment that now surrounds Sudan – this strategic national project whose real beginning is to end the state of conflict and a thousand The wretched wretched wretched now in Sudan, to whom the totalitarian regimes are dedicated, as well as the democratic regimes themselves …
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There are urgent questions around the political actors of today’s Sudan, the Sudan after the December Revolution, whether they are civilian or armed political parties or opposition entities, and above and beyond these questions, there is agreement and consensus on a major and strategic goal agreed to manage the transition period to the election stage peacefully? Is there an agreed, non-negotiable national strategic commitment and the possibility of dialogue on issues, concerns and concerns that remain in Sudan today? What prepared these civic parties and armed movements from programs and practical plans of action to end the state of dictatorship, and what are the programs prepared for the management of the transition period in all its economic, social and political aspects at this critical stage, considered one of the most difficult and complex stages in the history of Sudan The hadith is a transitional period that faces the challenges of a collapsing economy, the challenges of a civil service that lacks nationalism, integrity and transparency, and the dilemma of spreading tribal and regional conflicts, in addition to the dilemma of spreading armed militias based on human rights violations as a banner, in addition to the dilemma of low levels of public education and The morality of public life, the prevalence of hate speech and demonizing the other opinion, and other challenges? And what is the program of every civil, armed or other party to confront the dilemmas of the clear and deep division between the components of Sudanese society in the present, where the high tone of race, ethnicity and regionalism the process of national alignment prevented, which created non-national goals that contradict the model of democracy …
These questions should be at the heart of the thinking of all the civilian forces for change in Sudan today, instead of raising the slogan of civil disobedience and entrenching themselves around me and you, and panting behind the thrones, the country to close and disrupt. the interests of the people ….
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After the December Revolution, the Sudanese state witnessed a growing decline in horizons and aspirations, and a continuous erosion in the structure of the incubators of progress and development. The field of development was nothing but zero, nor was it free from clear regional prejudices. , deliberate neglect in all spheres of life, mismanagement and the spread of the phenomenon of corruption, the outbreak of civil wars in a new and renewed way in its margins, and the spread of violence, hatred and demonization of others, to to press that About the extent of the blindness, the darkness and the failure that the political project of the post-December revolution has achieved.
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The continued failure of the movement after the December Revolution killed the state and society, as violence spread in a society that was proud to be a society of tolerance and peaceful coexistence.This indicates the failure and paralysis of the Sudanese elite around the unity of the country, just like their counterparts in other African countries And in achieving the desired development and rational governance, and this is an urgent and worrying question of the failure of the December- revolution movement, and the fully completed revolution project …
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The recent rift rap initiatives have ignored the intellectual dimensions of the political phenomenon and relied on the repetition of consensual, ill-prepared products that radically contradict the values ​​of democratic transformation and the demands of cultural pluralism in Sudanese society. This is not surprising. that it was doomed to failure.
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It has been proven that the course of conditions and the future determine that the absence of enlightened thinking entails a great cost to achieve the revolution’s achievement. In this endeavor, a unanimous Sudanese intellectual renaissance project must be established in order to the cultural and intellectual dimensions of the backwardness and tyranny of the elite, in order to localize the concepts of progress and renaissance.
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Being prepared with clear visions, creative ideas and systematic and detailed work programs is a necessary and essential condition for the success of political parties to go through the rest of the transition period. The required positive political action is to address the necessary and urgent issues related. to the progress and revival of the country …
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We have seen how the political parties that have ruled Sudan with different ideological names and banners since independence and the end of the last December revolution have contributed to the collapse of the democratic experiment.Sasweh’s irrational behavior, to a real and dignified revolution which progresses and is not experienced as a step back ….

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Sudan’s biggest problem is in a political way of thinking and the methodology for dealing with challenges. The addiction to the policy of drilling and malice without neglect is our greatest disaster.
* Studying the arts and skills of political action, an important lever to overcome crises and adversity, without which battles would be lost …. and peace should be over Sudan, and peace is in the hands of its righteous sons ….
Our grandfathers for a long time and preserved the homeland on the precious land, which has no price.

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