21 | 08 | 2019

With thousands of peaceful protestors literally besieging the headquarters of the Sudanese Armed Forces and packing the surrounding streets, calling for the departure of al-Bashir’s regime, the forces signatory to the Declaration of Freedom and Change called on the protestors to “stay the course” until the regime kneels.

“This is your long-awaited moment. You have broken the tyranny’s nose. It is time that the dictator and his regime surrendered the power they had usurped,” the DFC forces said in statement issued just now.

Dear officers, non-commissioned officers and soldiers of the Sudanese armed forces;

We address you today in the midst of this popular people’s revolution that straddles all regions of the Sudan since the middle of December 2018; a revolution that reflects the accumulated popular anger against the injustices perpetrated by the so-called Salvation Regime since it usurped power on 30 June 1989. The most important of these grievances are the following:

comunistaThe Communist and Workers’ Parties undersigning this statement condemn the continued repression of peaceful protesters in Sudan since 19th December 2018.

They note that a national state of emergency was declared in Sudan on 22 February by president Omar al-Bashir amidst the dictatorial regime’s continued attempts to suppress the mass popular protests.

Through social justice (equality), we will be able to achieve equality among the members of our society, where everyone is entitled to healthcare, education and work opportunities, political rights, sharing of the country’s wealth and other rights, regardless of their sex, gender, religious or political beliefs.

By achieving social justice, we can fulfill fundamental human values, such as love, dedication, and human dignity, together with fostering the values of equality and solidarity among members of the society.

The nationwide call for boycotting the institutions of the regime and its cronies is an important step on the path of peaceful struggle and we call upon all Sudanese to make it a real success, through effective mass participation and spreading the word through all possible media channels.

The Sudanese Professionals Association (SPA) welcomes the resolutions of the leadership of Sudan Call Forces (SCF), announced in a statement issued on March 20, 2019, at the conclusion of their meeting in Paris.

SCF remains an active partner in the Sudanese revolution, along with all forces allied under the Declaration of Freedom and Change (DFC). We at the SPA welcome the continued alignment of SCF with the DFC and their commitment to work towards advancing and developing the DFC. We, at the SPA, also reaffirm that all the DFC forces continue to stand by the decision of the Sudanese people to take down the ruling regime, dismantle its corrupt and totalitarian institutions, and establish a democratic alternative.

The Communist Party of Israel (CPI) has issued a statement demanding the release of the Communist and opposition leaders detained by the Sudanese government. On Thursday of last week, February 21, security forces of the dictatorial regime in Sudan arrested 25 opposition leaders and activists as they prepared to join a protest march to the presidential palace in Khartoum to call for the dictator Omar al-Bashir to step down. Among the detainees is Mohamed Mokhtar al-Khatib, the Secretary of the Sudanese Communist Party.

Sudanese CP ArabicThe security forces of the dictatorial regime in Sudan arrested 25 opposition leaders and activists yesterday, 21st February 2019, as they prepared to join a protest march to the presidential palace in Khartoum calling for the dictator Omar al-Bashir to step down. Among the detainees is Comrade Mohamed Mokhtar al-Khatib, the Secretary of the Sudanese Communist Party.

Sudanese CP ArabicComrade Fathi Alfadl, member of the Political Bureau of the Sudanese Communist Party and its official spokesman, was released on 14th February 2019 after spending 5 weeks in detention following his arrest by the security forces of the dictatorial regime.

Communist Party General Secretary wrote today to the Ambassador of Sudan to protest at the inhuman treatment of prisoners being held in Sudan and to demand their immediate release. Elderly prisoners have now been held without access to medical assistance, medicines or their families for over a month. Their lives are reported to be in danger.

The World Federation of Trade Unions, which is the militant voice of 95 million workers in 130 countries of the five continents, reiterates its internationalist support and solidarity with the workers and the people of Sudan, who have been protesting over the last three months against the financial hardship and poverty in their country.

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