The leader of the Forces for Freedom and Change in Sudan, Khaled Omar Youssef, revealed new details about the differences between the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces before the war broke out on April 15.
Omar denied in a discussion space on the social networking site Twitter that the tension between the army and the Rapid Support Forces had arisen because of the framework agreement, indicating that it had started before October 25, 2021.
Khaled Omar Youssef
Omar said that the Assistant Commander-in-Chief of the Sudanese Army, Yasser Al-Atta, clearly stated to them during a visit to them in Soba prison after the aforementioned date that the tension is increasing between the army and the Rapid Support Forces, adding that they assured him that they would not be with one party against the other because that would lead to war.
Omar revealed that the Sudanese army had proposed a two-year period for the integration of the Rapid Support Forces, while the Rapid Support Forces proposed a 22-year period for the integration period, before the two parties made concessions, pointing to the army’s retreat from the two-year period and its focus on unity of command.
Omar also indicated that the Army and Rapid Support had agreed to form a unified command body of four from the Army and two from the Rapid Support, before they disagreed about who would head it, as the Army suggested that it be headed by the Commander-in-Chief of the Army, at a time when the Rapid Support saw that it be headed by the head of state. civil.
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