Suspension of negotiations between Sudanese government and opposition
The delicate negotiations between Sudanese government and the opposition under the auspices of the African Union in Ethiopia's capital, Addis Ababa, have been suspended.
Africa news: The head of the African Union High-Level Implementation Panel (AUHIP) for Sudan "Thabo Mbeki" announced the suspension, because of continuing disagreements between Sudanese government and its opponents, Iran Press reported.
Head of Sudan's National Ummah Party "Sadigh Al-Mahdi" also describing the current situation in Sudan as dangerous, emphasizing on the need to find a solution which is acceptable to all sides.
Negotiations between Sudanese government and the opponents to solve security issues in different parts of the country including Darfur, and also negotiations on a constitutional amendment relating to 2020 elections, have nor resulted in a definite agreement or solution up to now.
Sudanese ruling party, "National Congress Party, contrary to the Constitution of the country, announced earlier its intention to nominate president "Omar Albashir" for 2020 presidential election.
Albashir should leave the presidency in 2020, according to Sudan's constitution.
Presidential, Federal and State parliamentary and governorate elections in Sudan will be held at April 2020.