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India: Sudan: The army wants to take example from Algeria to manage the transition

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Le chef d'état-major soudanais Mohamed Othman al-Hussein en 2019 (Image d'illustration). © Ashraf Shazly / AFP The Sudanese Chief of Staff Mohamed Othman Al-Hussein in 2019 (Illustration Image).

The chief of staff of the Sudanese army, Mohamed Othman al-Hussein, went to Algiers at the head of a high military delegation on November 22. He met his counterpart Saïd Chengriha and discussions focused mainly on security issues.

The recent political experience in Algeria and Sudan has a few common points: it was the army that dismissed the two presidents in the two countries after the large waves of popular protest. In Sudan, Omar El-Béchir was forced to leave power nine days after Abdelaziz Bouteflika.

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The transition period went more or less well in Algeria and the country managed to organize elections , while those scheduled for November 21 in Sudan did not take place. The army coup has changed the situation. The transition period is extended by 14 months, but the new agreement between soldiers and civilians is slow to materialize. The Sudanese army is in the dead end and unity of the country is now threatened. She is looking for an outcome and will have to face the internal and external challenges.

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The two armies are also faced with the problem of insecurity at their border with Libya, which forces them to coordinate on this file. Hence the need to combine their efforts, to "take up security challenges and strengthen cooperation relations between the two countries".

The multiplication of contacts between the two armies will accelerate. The rapprochement also takes place on the political and economic level.

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Sudan: Military and civilians sign a crisis exit agreement .
© Ashraf Shazly General Abdel Fattah al-Burhane, October 26, 2022 in Kharthoum, Sudan of military and civil leaders in Sudan signed a first agreement on Monday aimed at putting an end to the deep political crisis in the country since the putsch just over a year ago, while demonstrators shouted at "betrayal".

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