Sudan: Hamdok - October Revolution Was Qualitative Starting Point for Sudanese People's Revolutions

Deputy Chairman of Sudan’s Sovereign Council and the head of the Sudanese delegation to the Juba peace talks, Lt Gen Mohamed Hamdan ‘Hemeti’, SRF chairman El Hadi Idris, and South Sudan President Salva Kiir at the signing ceremony in Juba today (SUNA)

Khartoum — The Prime Minister, Dr. Abdalla Hamdok, affirmed in his speech to the Sudanese people on the occasion of the 55th anniversary of the glorious October Revolution, that this revolution was considered a qualitative starting point in the field of the Sudanese popular revolutions, and it was revolutions in which tyranny, hegemony and oppression were defeated every time, and the values of freedom and democracy have triumphed through purely popular sacrifices, indicating that the people have never hesitated for realizing change and paid high prices for its achievement throughout history.

He said that these sacrifices alone are sufficient for the resolve to prolong this immediate victory, and to sponsor it until it becomes stronger, and until these values become a fixed habit that is not broken by looting or disruption by a coup or absence with a setback.

The Prime Minister stressed that these values must be sustainable and consolidated along with justice, equity, peace, stability and development, pointing out that revolutions in Sudan did not come in coincidence, and that victories are not luck, nor the sacrifices are transient wounds.

He referred to the diversity of peaceful processions in the December Revolution (2018), which have carried the banner from the September uprising in (2013), affirming that the September revolution was the culmination of a popular struggle that continued for years, as the struggle of the people who are carrying the responsivity from generation to generation, and that October Revolution was renewed in April.

See What Everyone is Watching

More From: SNA

Don't Miss

AllAfrica publishes around 700 reports a day from more than 140 news organizations and over 500 other institutions and individuals, representing a diversity of positions on every topic. We publish news and views ranging from vigorous opponents of governments to government publications and spokespersons. Publishers named above each report are responsible for their own content, which AllAfrica does not have the legal right to edit or correct.

Articles and commentaries that identify allAfrica.com as the publisher are produced or commissioned by AllAfrica. To address comments or complaints, please Contact us.