The Arab League has expressed today its wish that the Sudanese reach their aspirations, after yesterday the Army overthrew the president, Omar al Bashir, and offered his support in the transition stage that has opened in the African Arab country.
In a statement, the agency has expressed the wish that all parties in Sudan agree on the "interest of the country" and show "the wisdom required in these delicate circumstances."
He also urged them to maintain a "political dialogue" to "achieve the aspirations of the Sudanese people regarding the dignified, free, safe and stable life they deserve," according to the note.
"The Arab League will spare no effort in offering its support" to Sudan, as it has already done in previous phases, and will continue to promote "peace, stability and development" in that country, one of the 22 member states of the pan-Arab organization .
He also assured that the different issues concerning Sudan are "a priority in the joint work agenda" of the Arab League, highlighting that Sudan is "a large and central country in the Arab nation".
The agency has been cautious in its statement and has not assessed what happened yesterday in Sudan, where the armed forces took power and removed President Al Bashir from power after 30 years in office and after almost four months of protests against the president in the streets of the country.
A military junta has been created to lead the transitional phase, which will last two years, while the 2005 Constitution and the work of State institutions have been suspended, and a state of emergency has been declared for three months and the it stays for a month.