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Sudan President expresses hope for dialogue

April 28 - 2017 KHARTOUM
President Al Bashir address the opening sitting of the fourth session of the General Conference of the National Congress on Friday at the Exhibitions Area in Burri (Picture: SUNA)
President Al Bashir address the opening sitting of the fourth session of the General Conference of the National Congress on Friday at the Exhibitions Area in Burri (Picture: SUNA)

Sudan’s President Omar Al Bashir hopes that the coming stage of the national dialogue will witness wise political practices by both the government organs and a responsible opposition.

In his address at the opening sitting of the fourth session of the General Conference of the National Congress Party on Friday at the Exhibitions Area in Burri, President Al Bashir pointed out that the outstanding commitments of the coming stage of the dialogue include issuance of the permanent constitution and establishing a method for guaranteeing maximum level of political and societal participation and paving the way for a unique experiment that is based on pluralism, democracy, Shura and the freedoms of individuals and associations and the political freedoms.

He called on all the political and societal forces to contribute by ideas and proposals for implementing the National Document content on the ground.

Al Bashir renewed the commitment to implementation of the national dialogue's outcomes. He said that completion of the first stage of the state reform program was aimed to creating qualified and efficient organs to implement the inclusive renaissance program.

He asserted a keenness to press ahead to accomplish the requirements of the second stage of the national dialogue, on the basis to the spirit of the national accord that was attained in the first stage.

President Al Bashir affirmed that the second stage of the national dialogue was aimed to providing an atmosphere of national accord and boosting confidence far away from the political and societal dispute on power and resources and realizing inclusive development and reform.

He said that realisation of development and inclusive reform can only be reached by strengthening the societal institutions, top of them are the political parties.

(Source: SUNA)


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