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The positions that have recently emerged from the Democratic Bloc Alliance and its assertion of reaching an agreement on 95 percent of the contentious issues between it and the signatories to the framework agreement raised hope that a final agreement could be reached that would put an end to the complex crisis in the country, as the reluctance of active components in the scene to the ongoing political process stands. An obstacle to reaching understandings, especially with regard to the issue of eastern Sudan and the future of the peace process in the country.
The importance of the participation of the Democratic Bloc Alliance in the ongoing political process lies in the influence of some forces within the coalition on the entire scene in Sudan, especially the Justice and Equality Movement and the Sudan Liberation Army, which are signatories to the Juba Peace Agreement for Sudan, as the two movements’ boycott of the process constitutes a rift in the peace process, especially since the Peace and reviewing the Juba Agreement is one of the most important issues for discussion within the transition issues.
The political analyst, Al-Jamil Al-Fadhel, told Al-Bayan: “Most indicators confirm that the political process is proceeding to its conclusion and has entered its decisive stage, and that the will has become indifferent to any party that has chosen to distance itself from the process.”
Pointing out that the statements issued by the Democratic Bloc represent an important breakthrough, especially since it confirmed reaching an agreement on 95% of the points of contention between it and the signatories to the framework agreement, and he considered this a major retreat from its positions refusing to sign the framework agreement.
Al-Fadhel added that the expected scenario is that the current political process will lead to positive outcomes in addressing the political crisis in the country, in light of the international and regional positions supporting the process, citing the recent visit of the US Secretary of State to Cairo and the discussion of the Sudan file, and the indications that Washington and Cairo agree on. To advance the political process in Sudan in accordance with the framework agreement.
The statements made by US Secretary of State Molly Vee, that her country has thrown its weight behind the transitional path in Sudan, are all indications that the political process in Sudan is on its way to an end.
Al-Jamil Al-Fadil stressed that the Juba Peace Agreement conference and the completion of the peace process, which was launched within the transition issues conferences, will transfer all opinions and controversy that arose about the agreement to an organized framework that draws the decisive features for the future of the peace file in Sudan.
Political analyst Ahmed Abdel-Ghani Daoud expected that the political process would lead to results that lead to resolving the crisis in the event that the two factions of Justice and Equality led by Jibril Ibrahim and the Sudan Liberation Army were persuaded by Minni Arko Minawi within the components of the Democratic Bloc that oppose the framework agreement, and he pointed out that the accession of these two factions to the process It will create a positive equation that will accelerate reaching the final agreement.