Sudan’s Forces of Freedom and Change (FFC) and the Sudan Revolutionary Front (SRF) ended their meeting on Monday August 12th, in the Egyptian capital Cairo after two days of deliberations over the recent political developments in Sudan.
An agreement has been reached between the two political powers on the disputed points of the recently brokered agreement between Sudan’s military ruling council and FFC.
The SRF demanded to have the points that had been agreed during the Cairo meeting included in the agreement brokered with Sudan’s ruling military council before signing the constitutional declaration document on August 17th.
Egypt welcomed the agreement between the opposition FFC and the military council, hailing it as a valuable step to restoring stability in Sudan.
Sudan’s FFC and SRF delegations arrived in Egypt on Friday and Saturday to discuss the political developments. The head of SRF, Malik Agar, was keen to praise the Egyptian role in paving the way for a political agreement between FFC and SRF.