He said in his speech to "Sputnik", on Wednesday, that a number of initiatives that have been presented, including new initiatives have appeared recently, such as the initiative of the Sudanese National Front put forward by the African Center for Governance.Supporting the Democratic TransitionHe explained that it is not much different from his initiative before mid-April, as well as the initiative of the "National Mechanism to Support Democratic Transition and Stop the War", headed by Aisha Moussa, a former member of the Sovereignty Council. And change to stop the war and restore democracy, whose coordination group met recently in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa, along with a number of other initiatives submitted by political parties and Sudanese elites.The Mufti stresses the need for the owners of the initiatives to unite them in one initiative, because the work of each individual initiative will not be able to achieve national consensus without which no rule can be stable.The formation of an emergency governmentThe President of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, received a roadmap by the "National Mechanism to Support Civil and Democratic Transition" in Sudan, which included stopping The Sovereignty Council said in a statement on Tuesday that "Al-Burhan met today with the delegation of the National Mechanism to Support Civil Democratic Transition and Stop the War, headed by Professor Aisha Moussa, a former member of the Sovereignty Council, and the meeting touched on the vision of the mechanism on restoring the peaceful, civil and democratic path." The Mufti added that they reviewed "the efforts of the mechanism to create a national consensus that leads to the cessation of war and the formation of an interim transitional authority." "Burhan's meeting will be followed by meetings with political blocs, civil society organizations, Sufi orders and resistance committees to agree on the formation of an emergency government or the establishment of a national civil front that contributes to stopping the war and leads to the organization of a Sudanese-Sudanese dialogue between all political forces without exclusion." Since mid-April, the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces have been fighting a war that has left more than 5,000 people dead, in addition to 5 million displaced people and refugees inside and outside the country, according to the United Nations. From the ceasefire agreements brokered by Saudi Arabia and the United States in ending the violence.