El Hadi Idris, executive of the Sudan Revolutionary Front (SRF) rebel collusion and head of the Sudan Liberation Movement-Transitional Council (SLM-TC), said in a press articulation following the service that Sudan is going through “a fragile chronicled stage and faces incredible difficulties which require the participation of various accomplices”. Executing the Juba Peace Agreement is a need for the vote based change, he added.
Malik Agar, head of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-N Malik Agar), expressed that the Sovereignty Council will “serve the interests of all Sudanese to accomplish the objectives of the December Revolution”. He approached everybody to cooperate to set out a guide that will lead the country away from struggle and towards compromise. A few pieces of Sudan are as yet dying, he said, and this should be halted by executing the Juba Peace Agreement. Obstructions to the Juba Peace Agreement should be eliminated and a Security Arrangements Committee should be framed.
El Taher Hajar, head of the Sudan Liberation Movement for Justice-Karbino (SLMJ-K), said that the swearing-in addressed “a recorded second and a significant phase of the temporary time frame as it added distinctive political encounters and dreams”. He said that it is in light of a legitimate concern for Sudan since “it permits gatherings to take part that recently didn’t participate in the political exchange”. In his view, this is “the section point for settling all significant issues in Sudan”.