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Lt.Gen.Saleh calls for concerted efforts to implement dialogue outcomes

Lt.Gen.Bakri Hassan Saleh,First Vice-President of the Republic and Prime Minister,underlined that the priorities of the next government of national reconciliation include the implementation

of the national dialogue, at Executive and Legislative levels and attention to living conditions of people and enhancing security .

During a meeting on Monday with national personalities within framework of continuing consultations with political forces to form the next government,Lt.Gen Saleh called for concerted efforts to implement the outcomes of dialogue and meet the challenges of the stage.

For his part,Professor Abubakar Hamad,a national figure disclosed that the meeting emphasized the role of national figures in implementation of the national dialogue outputs and in convincing the rest of the parties and the armed movements to participate in the enforcement of dialogue outputs .

The national figure,Dr.Ismail Othman,indicated that the meeting has asserted the importance of participation of political parties and to take into account the nomination of efficient cadre to meet challenges of the next phase,adding that the delegation of national figures has expressed its satisfaction over appointment the first vice-president of the republic as Prime Minister and also praised the release of convicts as an important step in creating a climate of national reconciliation .

In the same context,Prime Minister met with Higher Coordinating Committee of the committees for community dialogue headed by Hussein Suleiman Abu Saleh .

Abu Saleh stated that  the meeting has focused on what can be done in the next phase regarding the national reconciliation government.

Abu Saleh pointed pointed out that the Committee has confirmed to the Prime Minister that the outcomes of community dialogue,which were drawn out by a committee of experts and specialists,give a true picture of the people of Sudan, and will be guide for the Permanent Constitution .