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A new structure for the Sudanese army to uproot the Brotherhood’s roots

The restructuring of the Sudanese army … a step that became necessary in the wake of a noble popular revolution that ended three decades of the Brotherhood’s terrorist takeover of the reins of government in the country.

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The sleeper cells of the terrorist organization in the Sudanese state institutions did not receive mercy or appreciation for this popular revolution, and began to export problems one after another to bury the dreams of the Sudanese, the last of which was to target Sudanese Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdock with a bomb planted with a car bomb near his convoy, and before that was the failed coup attempt of Before the intelligence brigades in the capital, Khartoum, all this prompted the swiftness to take the step to restructure the Sudanese army, and to neutralize it from the political game.

The President of the Sudanese Council of Sovereignty, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, announced a project to restructure the army and rapid support forces, taking into account the requirements of the current and future stage, in a move aimed at neutralizing the military from politicization and blocking the way of coup attempts that might be resorted to by the terrorist Brotherhood, which lost its influence By the popular revolution.

The issue of restructuring the Sudanese army is in the interest of the revolution’s path, and it demonstrates that everyone is seeking a state of institutions that respects the political process and its outputs, and provides Sudan with an opportunity to set its foot on the path of reform, after decades of Brotherhood corruption.

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