Faisal Hassan Ibrahim, assistant to the Sudanese president, has informed the ambassadors of the Arab countries accredited in Sudan about the events in the country.
According to the Sudanese press agency, the ambassadors expressed their rejection of what they described as a great deal of misinformation about the reality of the situation in Sudan, emphasizing their confidence in the leadership's ability to overcome this crisis, despite the attempts by some forces to invest politically.
The ambassadors said they transmitted these facts to the leadership in their countries, thanking them for their invitation to this meeting because it offers the opportunity to reassure the situation in Sudan to obtain honest information from its official sources.
This is done with the declaration of the Union of Sudanese Professionals and Opposition Parties to conduct mass gatherings in 12 Sudanese cities on Thursday, including a motorcade in the capital Khartoum, particularly on Al-Qasr Street, where the presidential palace.
In turn, he called the leadership office of the ruling party in Sudan, students and young people, not to participate in the mass demonstrations scheduled, on Thursday, considering that "calls harmful to the country".
"We ask our students and young people to activate the positive spirit and preserve their property, safety and security, and do not evade calls that are harmful to the country," said Faisal Hassan Ibrahim, Sudanese presidential assistant after a meeting with the management of the National Congress Party (NCP).
Ibrahim, who is the deputy head of the party, said that the leadership office has dealt with the issues of the current country economically, politically and operationally, adding that "the meeting stressed the interest in the problems of youth and young generations in the areas of employment and occupation and to manage dialogue with them and to approach their concerns ". He emphasized that the National Congress Party's management office called for more attention to people's livelihoods and price controls.
Sudan has undergone a severe economic crisis that has led to the outbreak of popular protests and protests in several Sudanese cities due to lack of bread, but has evolved to demand the overthrow of President Omar al-Bashir's government, while the president Sudanese has issued a public decision to form a commission of inquiry into recent events in the country led by Justice Minister Maulana Mohammed Ahmed Salem.
The Sudanese authorities have declared that the balance of protests in progress in the country last month rose to 24.
Twenty-two Sudanese parties, most of whom participate in the government, recently signed a memorandum for Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir to demand the dissolution of the Sudanese government and parliament and called on the National Front for the change of party 22 to form a new sovereign council, E accused the government of neglecting the development of productive sectors, in particular agriculture, and the adoption of wrong policies that led to widespread unemployment and the deterioration of health and education services .
Sudan is experiencing increasing economic difficulties with an inflation rate of 70% and a fall in the Sudanese pound against the US dollar and other foreign currencies.