FILE PHOTO: Sudan’s member of sovereign council Aisha Musa greets gamers earlier than Sudan’s first ladies’s league soccer match on the Khartoum stadium, Khartoum
KHARTOUM (Reuters) -One of solely two ladies on Sudan’s ruling Sovereignty Council mentioned on Saturday she had resigned, accusing the military-dominated transitional authorities of ignoring civilian voices.
The 14-member military-civilian council was arrange together with a cupboard of technocrats to steer Sudan by means of a transition after the military toppled long-serving autocrat Omar al-Bashir in 2019 following months of in style protests.
“The civilian component in the sovereign (council) and at all levels of government has become just a logistical executive body that does not participate in decision-making,” Aisha Musa mentioned in a video assertion carried by the state information company SUNA.
“Rather it only stamps the approval of pre-prepared decisions,” she added.
Musa mentioned she had submitted her resignation on May 12, a day after the killing of two protesters who had been marking the anniversary of a lethal raid on a protest web site throughout the 2019 rebellion. She accused the transitional authorities of main the nation to “more killing, injustice, poverty and suffering”.
Musa complained that the investigation into the 2019 raid had not but been accomplished and its outcomes revealed. Activists say 130 folks died in that raid and ensuing violence; the authorities have acknowledged 87 deaths.
Medics, protest teams and eyewitnesses have mentioned safety forces fired stay rounds and tear gasoline at demonstrators marking the anniversary this month.
Musa additionally accused the transitional authorities of delaying the formation of the Legislative Council, the third physique constituted within the power-sharing settlement alongside the Sovereignty Council and the cupboard.
There was no quick response from the Sovereignty Council to Musa’s resignation.
(Reporting by Khalid Abdelaziz and Mahmoud Mourad; Editing by Peter Graff and Daniel Wallis)