Sudan: Sudanese Professionals Association – Statement on the statements of the Secretary-General of the United Nations (03.12.2021)

News agencies circulated about the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Mr. Antonio Guterres, rejecting statements regarding the political agreement between Al-Burhan and Hamdok, calling on the Sudanese to accept this agreement and its consequences and warning of the consequences of continuing his resistance.

This is considered a transgression by Mr. Guterres of the will of the Sudanese street, which rejects the aforementioned agreement and what precedes it, and it dictates to the Sudanese what they should do from a position of guardianship that they do not have what qualifies them for it.

Guterres’s repudiation of the revolutionaries’ threats to the Sudanese people with dire consequences if he continues to resist them and their miserable agreement with Hamdok is a moral and political fall, which the Secretary of the International Organization should not have fallen into, as it is a justification for the violence of the putschists directed against our people’s right to peaceful expression of their aspirations.

It is a condemned trend that the international organization should hold accountable for, who did not take into account the sensitivity of his position and disregard the message of the United Nations in the maintenance of basic rights, foremost of which is freedom of expression, and even protection.

We say to Mr. Guterres, the time has come for the international community to listen to the voice of the Sudanese people and reset their discourse and behavior on this basis. The time has passed when our people are led by dictates. Our people are not waiting for anyone’s permission and will impose their will with the tools of their peaceful struggle on whoever is deaf, whoever they are. .

December 3, 2021

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