Sudan's Transitional Military Council has chosen five of its current members to represent it in the Sovereign Council.
Al-Askari decided that Lieutenant General Abdul-Fattah Al-Burhan should assume the chairmanship of the Sovereign Council.
Al-Askari will be represented in the Sovereign Council by General Mohamed Hamdan Daglo (Hamiditi), Lt. Gen. Shams Al-Din Kabbashi, Lt. Gen. Yasser Al-Atta and Lt. Gen. Salah Abdul-Khaliq.
On August 4, representatives of the Sudanese Military Council and the Coalition of Forces for Freedom and Change initialed a constitutional declaration, paving the way for the formation of a transitional government.
The two sides are scheduled to sign the final declaration on August 17. The formation of the sovereign council will be announced on August 18, the appointment of the prime minister on August 20, and the formation of the government on August 28.
According to a news report that the forces of freedom and change, yesterday, agreed to nominate Abdullah Hamdouk, prime minister.
And quoted «Bag News» local news sources described as reliable that the forces of freedom and change adopted by consensus Abdullah Hamdouk candidate for prime minister, and Abdul Qadir Mohammed as head of the judiciary, and Mohammed al-Hafiz for the post of Attorney General.
This was during the meeting of the leadership of the forces of freedom and change yesterday. The accreditation of the members of the Sovereign Council was postponed to a subsequent meeting for further consultation.
On the other hand, the US authorities issued a decision banning the entry of the former head of the Sudanese intelligence and security Salah Gosh, to the United States, accusing him of torture.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced yesterday that Gosh and his family were barred from entering America because of his involvement in corruption and human rights violations in Sudan.
"Gosh and others will be held to account for human rights violations in Sudan," Pompeo wrote on his Twitter account.
Pompeo said Gosh, whose full name is Salah Abdullah Mohammed Saleh, was not eligible to enter the United States with his wife and daughter.
“The administration has credible information that Salah Ghosh was involved in torture during his tenure as head of the National Intelligence and Intelligence Service. "These people and their immediate family members are not eligible to enter the United States."
The decision was named after the wife of Salah Gosh, Awatif Ahmed Said Ahmed Mohamed, and his daughter Shaimaa Salah Abdullah.
Pompeo added that he supports the popular demand in Sudan for a civilian transitional government that differs from the regime of ousted President Omar al-Bashir, especially with regard to the human rights file violated by the Bashir regime and its members such as Gosh and others.
America bans the entry of former Sudanese security chief Gosh into its territory.