The Popular Congress Party (PCP) underlined the importance of it the general conference to be held during the current month .
Meanwhile,the PCP confirmed absence of any disagreements with the National Congress Party,pointing out to emergence of some points of views which do not affect ties between the two parties.
Kamal Omar,political secretary of PCP said the announcement of the Government is expected within 15 days,noting that until now the party representatives in the next government are not yet specified .
He disclosed that a committee was assigned by their party to prepare list of party's nominations in the government .
In addition,the political secretary of the Popular Congress Party revealed the intention of a number of rejecting political parties to join the national document,without mentioning names of those parties.
According to the Sudanese Media Centre (smc )Kamal Omar explained that the next government will face challenges of stopping the war and the removal of their effects and their causes,along with contacts with political force of opposition and the weapons bearers,as well as the economic situation in the country,pointing out to major breakthrough in the future of the country by the international community,which has supported dialogue,added Omar .
For his part,Ammar Al-Sajaad,leading figure in the Popular Congress,announced the determination of the Liberal Democratic Party to sign the national document today at the Friendship Hall .
According to Al-Jareeda news paper,Al-Sajaad added that the head of the Liberal Democratic Party,Mayada Al-Sir met with Secretary-General of the Popular Congress Party,Sheikh Ibrahim al-Sanusi to discuss adherence of his party to the national document.
In a related context, press reports revealed a meeting between the First Vice-President and Prime Minister,Lt.Gen.Bakri Hassan Saleh,and the head of the Reform Now Movement,Dr.Ghazi Salah Eddin .
Informed sources said that Prime Minister demanded Ghazi to provide vision to solve Sudan's problems,adding that the meeting touched on the reasons of suspension of participation of Future Forces for Change in the national dialogue.