They also agreed to include the Addis Ababa agreement after the drafting of certain paragraphs to make it valid for all armed groups, not just SRF groups, at a meeting to be held on Saturday. Sudan`s Transitional Military Council (TMC) and the opposition alliance Forces for Freedom and Change (FFC) have finally agreed on power-sharing, African Union mediator Mohamed Hassan Lebatt said early on Saturday. The 22-clause agreement, signed on Wednesday in Khartoum, the capital, consolidated an agreement reached between the two sides earlier this month. Despite this, the Tajility won on 17 July 2019, when the two main candidates for the post-Bashir dispensation, the ruling Military Transitional Council (TMC) and the Forces for Freedom and Change (FFC), a broad alliance of political parties and professional associations, formally signed the outlines of a power-sharing agreement to govern a three-year and three-month transition to the government. The aspect of the agreement is perhaps more instructive than its content. In the written agreement of 17 July, as in the first oral agreement[22], it was stipulated that a constitutional agreement was provided for the transition period and that preparations would be made for the creation of a new permanent constitution during the transition period. [5] Sudan`s previous Constitution was the 2005 Transitional National Constitution. [46] A particularly original contribution from Sudan to the political dictionary is the term „tajility“, a transformation of the Arab „Tajil“ means a delay. This term was coined by Sudanese settlers to describe the art of dissoction and deoculation, emblematic of Sudanese politics.

According to the outlook, „Tajility“ could be interpreted as a clever strategy to evade confrontation and allow the heavyweight of the status quo to turn angry souls into compromises, or as a preferred political maneuver of a rotten political class that rarely respects an agreement. As part of a power-sharing agreement, the Sovereign Council would have five members chosen by the TMC, five chosen by the largest opposition coalition and an agreement between the two parties. After weeks of tense negotiations, Sudan`s TMC and protest leaders reached a tentative agreement earlier this month, following a tentative agreement on international pressure and fears that the political crisis could trigger a civil war. The African Union mediator in the Sudanese crisis, Mohamed al-Hassan Libad, believes that the agreement can lead to peace and stability. He said the agreement was important and a decisive step towards a comprehensive rapprochement between the two sides. It opens a new era and forms the basis of the next step. We congratulate the Sudanese people and believe this is a historic moment for Sudan. We are announcing here today that the final agreement between the TMC and the FFC will take place in a few days at a major ceremony,“ he said. As part of the ongoing peace process between the transitional government and various rebel groups, an agreement was reached on 3 September 2020 in Addis Ababa to separate religion from the state and not discriminate against anyone in order to ensure equal treatment for all Sudanese citizens.