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des, released this photo of pain on a video call with its president. but the w. g. a is questioning her ability to communicate without censorship or coercion. china farmers, she says she's attended recent public events. playing hadn't been seen in public for weeks after accusing a form of vice premier of sexual assault. ah, this is just, let's get a round up of the top stories now. ethiopia, foreign minister says he'll travel to the front line on tuesday to lead the military against rebel forces. fighters from the northern te gray region of pushing further south towards the capital, addis ababa? william laurence is a former us diplomat. he says, this is the stock. his language abbey estimate is used yet. he does have a military background. if you look at his nobel prize speech from some years ago.
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he used a lot of war imagery to talk about the lessons learned about the hell of war. but here we are, you know, almost full circle with the nobel peace prize winner using the most bellicose language to try to ramp up the stakes ahead of the defense. not only of e t o p life and death, you know, he's basically, he's willing to die for the cause, which is the type of stark language we haven't even seen from him until now. officers become the 1st country in western europe to reimpose, a national corona virus lockdown infections of surging there and neighboring countries. germany's health minister predicts people will either be vaccinated, recover or die by the end of winter. frances president, matthew mac, crossed his rights in the french overseas region of guadalupe, have created an explosive situation. this government has sent special forces to the caribbean to end the unrest that was sparked by covered 19 restrictions. and the u
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. s. government says 90 percent of federal employees have had at least one dose of the cobra. 1900 vaccine president joe by an announced the mandate in september. nearly all of the 3500000 employees have met monday's deadline. employees who remain unvaccinated, could face a 2 weeks suspension. closing arguments have been made in the u. s. state of georgia in the armada, aubrey murder trial, 3 white men are accused of killing the black man. last year, 25 year old was shot dead was jogging after being chase for the men in pickup trucks. she lays headed for a presidential run off in december fall right candidate jose antonio cast top. the 1st round with 28 percent. go head to head with former student protests, lead a gabriel burridge. those are the headlines were back in half an hour inside stories next. ah
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topples a month ago, sedans, prime minister is reinstated after an agreement with the military. now a new technocrat government is expected to take office, but as angry protest continue. will this agreement hold and how much power with the military have this is inside story. ah hello, welcome to the program. i'm rob patterson. now it's a deal that is being met with optimism and uncertainty, sedans, prime minister, abdullah honda is promising a path to democracy after being reinstated and an agreement with the military. he
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was ousted nearly a month ago when the army chief seized power and dissolved his cabinet. weeks of protests followed at least 41 people died, june confrontations with police. several political factions have rejected the deal . they say they won't recognize any agreements with the armed forces. we're going to get to, i guess shortly. but 1st hippa, morgan reports a breakthrough incidence political crisis nearly a month after military takeover and the solution of the transitional government on sunday military leader general abdel for that albert han and the post prime minister, abdullah ham doke, signed an agreement that paved the way for him took to be reinstated as a defer when i signed this political agreement, i was guided by a number of key principles. chiefly among them is to avoid further bloodshed. our people are prepared to sacrifice more, but every drop of blood is precious. the agreement comes after weeks of
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negotiations between the 2 sides, mediated by sudanese political figures. it's called for the release of political prisoners, including senior officials who were arrested on october 25th the day of the takeover. and in the days that followed, the agreement also lays out a plan to expand political participation in the transitional government. general hon, who cited political divisions as the reason for his taking power, says the deal will lead to dialogue to end those divisions. retort, your logo us, yasser. we've been living in crisis for a long time. and by signing this declaration, we were able to establish a real foundation for a transitional period as envisioned to down has been governed by a power sharing agreement between the military and the political coalition, known as the forces of freedom and change since august 2019. but the month leading to the recent military takeover so attentions between the 2 sides, both accused each other of slow economic recovery and lack of 2 additional reforms . the agreement signed between ham dog and general behind may have written,
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stated ham dog as prime minister. but it doesn't mean the end of the dance political crisis since the takeover. nearly a month ago, there have been processed nearly every day with people demanding an entirely civilian government and an enter the partnership between the military and civilians . sanders deal means the military remains as a governing partner, and that has angered many here. thousands protested near the presidential palace and cartoon before the signing the deal. authorities responded by firing, tear gas, and live ammunition in the air. at least, 40 protested, have been killed since the military took over and more than $200.00 injured. the forces of freedom in change which nominated ham dog as prime minister back in 2019 has distant itself from the deal. and analysts said they are questions about how much the military can be trusted. the last month has been a total fiasco for the military. why? because they did what they did. and suddenly they had to do a 180 degrees return. that doesn't mean that the prime minister was suddenly the
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roller of the land. but what it means is that there is a momentum, suddenly not in favor of the generals, but rather in the favor of the street. but as you said, we will see where it will mistake us because there are a number of dynamics in at play here. there's the military, there's a street, there is the neighbors and the african union, and there is the international community. for now, the dan takes another and sit and step in its transition. he will morgan onto 0 person, or speaking exclusively to al jazeera abdullah humbug explained what he hopes the new government would eventually look like and fickle as he you. the co concept of the upcoming government is that it will be a technocratic government was made up of sudanese qualified professionals about one and a half years left out of the transitional period. therefore, the upcoming government, according to me, should focus on very specific issues. chiefly the completion of transition into a democracy and it's related obligations like the convenience of the constitutional
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conference and holding the elections. you all know that the elections will require one full year, at least, it may drag on for one and a half years. i hope we can all agree on an independent government of taken abroad during the remaining time of the transitional period, where this government would lead the country until the scheduled election. yeah. ah. okay, let's bring in our guests and cartoon. we have color class, she's managing partner at insight strategy partners into by argument l guy really uses suit and his lawyer and illegal commentator and, and oh, how we have what a model the founder and president of the sit on a policy for me. thank you very much indeed for being with us. hello, i'm going to come to you 1st. this is going to be a technocratic government extensively with no political affiliations. political prisoners have been released and investigations apparently will be held into the
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killing of processes is not going to go some way to satisfy the opponents of this agreement. it doesn't look like it. and then it was very, very easy and have to see musty um with a committee that make up the box of the street level movement or in d b t. and it's used to answer. i'm in a certain many that'd be a bit. it's much which of this agreement i her, it's a really question about what and i minister or from am a civilian going for a while in the original transition transitional process had effect of a growing to
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a halt. at least that's what it looked like from the outside, doesn't this agreement at least create some sort of room for maneuver to move forward. i believe. does the dissolution of the transition of government then to deal in the process in that transition thus far as, as planned, the country backing to the cycle of bias? i believe if you look at the fact that nobody has been to reach mr. s. a. m. s. p. m a n a . and he's not in a democracy i. i don't believe that
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this whole issue of technocratic government is going to resolve this situation because the quote meyer, he's a niche. i'm at at the signing . it was suggested that this was a returned to a prior constitutional agreement. can you just clarify if that's the case, are from it, but i think any interpretation of what was signed yesterday will tell you that this is a mere institutionalization of the crew that took place on the 25th of october. the only decision that was the reverse from the long list of, of the decision 2nd on 21st of october was the reinstatement of the prime minister . however, were still fully and squarely within what was called the extra constitutional order that was created that morning. the, the general still call all the shots they have illegally sacked the cabinet
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sack, the sovereignty council replaced with individuals that are to their liking . they have re appointed the prime minister who has been under captivity for 3 weeks and they have in prison. hundreds of politicians and activists. so any suggestion that this is a return to the 24th of october, it is defies reality. this is a continuation of the crew and full capital ation by the prime minister by joint may be the colored. i'm making the point there that this agreement is being accused of being an effort to return to the white wash, the military takeover. if that is what the intention is, it doesn't seem to be very effective, doesn't i mean the lot is miss
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calculating the responsive fees several times. this is by no means right now. and i see what woo telling is what it can teach, miscalculate and how how can it and manage it? many people are st. andrews have been calling for full civilian, got just a return handle as something that satisfies well need not to sit in the street. and so, in order to get some kind of domestic legitimacy, ah, you know, i need to bring, you know, we start thinking about ways to make money a, and in many ways. so they can to have, think of another way, rather than disagreement receive very little. and with me, street to get a crisis. well, you mentioned before the, one of the,
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the significant problems that they sit on was facing war of a political nature. now if this is a government of technocrats, if that is essentially an attempt to remove politics from the process and, or shall we say remove politics as a distraction from the process? isn't that actually a legitimate way of moving the country forward? if we go back one, trying to look through the process, but then he thought it who love to be tool muted military functions and she's loyal it. so it's obviously he was under pressure from fractions in the army and he's been deposited and she has become increasingly, is today by demands for military to be brought under see under control. and
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now is this, your raymond is very obvious that the civilians have been brought a years. so i don't think that this whole issue with no credit department is going to resolve the situation. because if you look at the previous, don't 70 percent of them. and i know them personally when to be considered grass. a movie had some disagreements with some political figures, but i don't think that it would. it is the way to have the situation getting all 40 use in getting about 300 and imprisoning at the 600 individuals. i think that we are going back to the days
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of an issue. and this time we see what kind of in a book could have reach to me, it's more very clear that he has a need for some sort of a deal that would bleed, that we need to have the video on it. and in previous years we've seen a lot of pressure, a lot of statements being made by foreign governments. foreign diplomats about the situation in sudan. it all seems to have gone very quiet on that front since the military takeover. why do you think that is? well, i think you can address international community aggregate i think that's been pretty vocal of forces in the west, especially in the us speaking out pretty loudly against the the crew. and i think one of the triggers for this agreement was the introduction of potential sanctions
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against the cool plotters. i think that increase the pressure significantly on the military leaders. unfortunately, that pressure was not utilized to, to gardner a better deal for the people of sudan. but the sudan sits in a tough neighborhood. i appreciate that. and i appreciate that. not everyone in, in our immediate neighborhood, once a beacon of democracy at their doorsteps. having said that, it is in the interest of every single neighbor of c, sudan, stable, and sudan. property, and that will not happen without heating the cold calls 1000000. the said that he's on the freaks who are not going home until they gets what they want. and that's freedom from military rule clued back in 2019 the african union gave to cancel that existed then 60 days to hand over parts of civilians. then it's suspended sedans.
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membership. again, why are we hearing more from the african union in this? because given for armor was saying, it isn't everybody's interest in the region to make sure the stability in sudan is maintained. well, yeah. do you do a lot of late? i mean, haley h a n, a security american union, maybe a jacket by egypt and jerry, but the motion, what you see is really a prime minister, a
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full many with behind the scenes a money. it's much more with it. and my, it was like right now, while he does, we mentioned that that's at the start of the program. there are several political factions who have said they're not going to support anything to do with this agreement. is there any way that this agreement can actually function if that support is not given? this is nice. i think that's the question now in this process, obviously, i think the strikes and the civil disobedience to a great extent have been very successful. but it has brought the whole
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economy and the whole the grooming activity to a whole. nonetheless, it remains unclear whether it was change in the absence of any point you can see. what's a good thing about is that he has adopted a policy of containment rather than not. but it's, it's not clear that he, he has succeeded in brokering a deal that will satisfy the young news, evolved in the city. nor do i think that he has given enough time to confront his social and political base. so i, if, if the young use industry are saying that we don't want any dialogue with john and dmitri, john refuses to answer some political figures,
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then obviously, indefinitely. we do have some sort of work on it and we need the interference, all the african union. we need that he got a default made to get involved to help this. denise, people always broken a deal that is principle of virus moral. and that is satisficing with ahmed, if the military does continue to hold control incident, of course long term, it's going to be responsible for all the problems that sedan is facing with the economy, with food shortages. and so do you think that the military is actually prepared to deal with situations like that? absolutely not. i think just, just, just to, to add to what,
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with what he was saying. i think the, the, the fundamental choice that sudan is facing is not about a 2nd accredit government or. busy who should be the prime minister? it is, what is the role of the military and public life? and when, when we review, what are, what is the menu all available options, there is one option that we have tried for the last 2 years. in fact, for the last 30 years that hasn't worked, which is rule by, by the military so that the millions on the street have spoken and their word is clear that they don't want anything or any role for these individuals in the future extra damn, that makes to doesn't ungovernable for them politically, economically, except are these guys are not experts or technocrats themselves. so they are unable to deliver on the prosperity that down once. but more importantly, they have a lot of blood on their hands. now, just from the last 3 weeks back from the cartoon sits and massacre from the,
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their involvement and some of that are for atrocity. so clearly these are not the suitable people to lead to that into item a credit transition. and that's why people are not accepting this deal and will not accept this. you know, the, the standoff will continue. we don't the one possible outcome, which is their exit from political followed. it does look as though this arrangement between the military and the prime minister is, is here for the duration. it's not going to change any time soon unless something of course, significant happens. would it be a responsible response by the protesters, by the opponents of this agreement to at least give it some time to see if it can start delivering on anything that might give some sort of indication that things could move forward. me? you know why the sheet below sort of high emotion speech,
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right. and the level of the tray? no 1st by the military sheet and by rebels with losses and joints over in class with me. and then yesterday i saw, i think there is a real sense eject and the whole and it looked at this. but beyond that, you know, it's very difficult to see how it was well me and broke it by one side to clear the expense of the other. and the quest of the prime minister, eisley speaking to his constituents into the school system. ah, when i bring him a kind of thing that the minister was i was trying to implement, it seems like an inherent in the waiting list agreement was broken away and what is
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taught to him. and so i think that it goes beyond it goes beyond the human, saw more about the ways in which you may be having a said it is much more c wrong coming over. what we heard in the speeches that were made at the signing of the agreement, but there seemed to be a lack of acknowledgment on the part of adela honda all. busy of the actions of the military and one would imagine that it is important for the military lead by gentle behind to get some sort of legitimacy. if you're like on the military takeover itself. the 2 men seem to be working reasonably well together at the moment. but do you think that that lack of acknowledgment, that to lack of, of agreement if you like with what the military did,
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might actually cause problems and caused this to split farther down the line. i didn't want to even dig much time, i think with one month, one month, this is going to last. i see it's not, it's not about a taking over or is it is we are seeing that he is boasting the prison, a poem, and that one of you respected goose was speaking about the fact that it's the sudan is in the middle of a room by a, obviously these are the grass, the they don't like to see the back up. so i think behind now in interview the one month he has to be
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there is that is currently at least mid level book writes back into place. and that is where that is going to be a disagreement between him or between, between 2 and a pollution is just going to be a resist. the idea of going back to the days with the so there is people are reporting do to be able to decent. there are 2 d, b, a government but more important. they wanted to get a model. i'm very sorry, but i'm afraid time has caught up with this and i apologize for cutting you off
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like that. but i do want to say thank you to all our guest colored higher. i'm gully. i'm at wiley, the mighty boat. thank you very much indeed for being with us. you can see the program again, of course, any time by visiting our website al jazeera dot com for further discussion. go to our facebook page, that's facebook dot com, forward slash ha, inside story. you can also join the conversation on twitter handle as at ha, inside story for me, rob madison, and the whole team here, by finance. ah ah,
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