Can You Evaluate the Sudanese Election Results?
The Sudanese Election Results has no real meaning since the leader of the military religious regime was the sole horse in the sole pace.
The ruling party won the rigged election as the Sudanese people anticipated earlier when the parties in the opposition withdrew from the election. The initial screening of the results revealed that the military regime leader won between 88% and 94% of the vote counted until now.
However, many Sudanese parties in the opposition reject the results of the fraudulent election among them are the communist party, the Democratic Unionist Party, and even the People's Conference of Hassan al-Turabi, the godfather of the recent coup.
The Communist Party of Sudan emphasized that the results of the election do not reflect the political balance of power in Sudan. The (CP) reiterates its view in a meeting between delegation from the ruling party and some of its leaders, stressing on the political state of congestion in Sudan, which threatens to explode and to add to the recent crises in the country.
Explaining its point of view, the Communist Party says that the state of congestion leads to the political complexity and hence contributes to the deterioration in the political situation that prevailed in the country because of rigged elections. The CP knows the Sudanese Election Results in advance after the withdrawal of numbers of the political parties from the election.
The delegation of the ruling party said in the meeting that they would celebrate winning the election in a manner that would not provoke the feelings of others. However, that expression seems too cynicism.
The leaders of the CP confirmed in the meeting the political balance of power in Sudan would be a response to develop to normal balance and enhance the correct norm of the Sudanese politics eventually. They said at the same time that they would put up what they have discussed at the meeting in front of the Central Political Committee of the party to decide on it.
Signals and predictions of possibilities to forming a national unity government in which the ruling party seizes the lion's share appeared in the country fabricated may be by the ruling party.
The game is smart and a vicious game played by the ruling party to slush the opposition parties and this is obviously the way the ruling party considers that there is no sly in the country except its leaders. It knows alone the impact of the malignant played on the strong opposition that could make it accept positions in the so-called national unity government and then became naked in front of the Sudanese people as positions seekers.
The head of the European Union's mission, Veronique de Keyser said at a news conference after the initial screening of the results that the election lacks well-known international standards that meet the criteria for valid elections. She said, "The elections did not reach international standards, not yet."
Meanwhile, the European Union's mission issued a preliminary report on the election, stating that the security act and the criminal code are contrary to international standards guaranteeing freedom of expression and organization and protecting personal freedoms. The report mentioned also that 8% of the voters did not vote because of the fall of their names from voters' lists.
The preliminary EU report says, "The competitive nature of the campaign was reduced by unequal resourcing and treatment by the authorities as well as boycotts and late withdrawals by opposition parties in the north." The report mentioned some logistical problems have followed the election.
As for the Southern Sudan, the EU said, "In the south there was greater competition but a less controlled environment lading to more confusion, clashes and intimidation."
Carter Center explained in a news conference on the same day that the election did not meet international standards. The Center said the ruling party in Sudan did not comply with these standards.
The ruling party has not committed to a real election either, the Centre added. After the Centre has observed "important flaws," it "found that the process fell short of Sudan's obligations and related international standards."
The process "lacked sufficient safeguards and transparency necessary to verify key steps and build confidence and trust in the process,"
The Center mentioned that there are restrictions imposed on political rights and freedoms, which led to distrust among the political parties that preferred not to participate in the elections. "Unfortunately, many political rights and freedoms were circumscribed for the period, fostering distrust among the political parties." The Center said.
However, in spite of this fact, which is clear like the sun, Carter said, "My belief is that most of the international community, as represented by their governments, will accept the result of the election."
Well, this statement could explain the game better.
You can read more about the Sudanese Election Results at the following pages: Election
, Elections Commission
, Sudanese Military Dictator Tries to Return Civilian
and Sudanese Military Dictator Tries to Return Civilian, Comments
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