Al-Badawi and Al-Atabani and Intellectual Arguments for a Solution

Al-Badawi and Al-Atabani and Intellectual Arguments for a Solution

The meetings that Mr. Saad al-Kabi conducts in his (Laifatah) with a number of political leaders, and opinion-makers take some of the intellectual side and imagine a solution to the crisis, so the follower is attracted to complete the meeting to its end, and the intellectual aspects are a necessary issue in the process of change, and necessary in The Sudanese case with the aim of creating a controversy that helps penetrate the crisis. I watched the two meetings he had with Dr. Ibrahim al-Badawi, a leader in the Umma Party and former Minister of Finance, and Dr. Ghazi Salah al-Din, a leader in the Islah Now Party. the importance of meeting; That the two doctors presented their vision to solve the Sudanese problem, each meeting took many aspects of the historical course of the political conflict and its secretions, which are visions that one agrees on or disappears with, but it enhances respect for the opinion and the other opinion.
Dr. Al-Badawi began his speech by praising the late Imam Al-Sadiq Al-Mahdi as one of the thinkers who presented many jurisprudences and perceptions in the political arena, but they did not receive sufficient attention that could have spared the country from slipping into war. But the main problem that Al-Badawi did not face is that the imam’s jurisprudence was the first to be neglected by the membership and the elite of the Umma Party, who did not deal with it neither with criticism nor with a study in order for it to be the focus of others’ attention. And neglecting to deal with intellectual production within the party indicates the degree of political awareness in the party system. Al-Badawi said that a way must be found to stop the ongoing war, because it will destroy all the structures and economic assets in the country. And he said, “The war has exceeded all outputs of what was before April 15, 2023 AD, and the leaders of Freedom and Change (central) must have a broad political horizon that accommodates what happened and led to the war. This requires a real critical study to overcome all the negatives and failures of the past.” But the question remains, how can she comprehend what happened when she uses the terrifying approach that makes her search for clues to comment the mistakes on?
Al-Badawi moves to another format in the case. And he says, “A broad coalition on a political project is better than going to elections that produce a coalition government that cannot accomplish the national tasks, given that the country needs everyone to work for the development of the country.” But we ask the Bedouin; That the coalition was in place and it was it that led the country to this failure and war. And the alliance between forces with different intellectual references must lead to conflict. But if the parliamentary elections will lead to coalition governments, why not adopt the 2005 constitution, in which all political forces participated, and according to which alliances are formed that will engage in the electoral process for the president of the republic, and it will be according to a clear and detailed political project, until the transition to constitutional legitimacy and The percentage of the many parties in the arena is shrinking. What is required is to get out of the circle of conflict during the transitional period. Al-Badawi talked about the idea of ​​a broad development project that starts from states or cities that have the elements of development and are rapidly producing. The fact that Al-Badawi’s meeting was full of ideas and proposals to get the country out of its crisis, and these are ideas that need a broad dialogue. Al-Badawi said at the end of his speech that the Sudanese people must know the real reasons that led to the war, and who caused and participated in it.
On the other hand, Dr. Ghazi Salah El-Din spoke on a number of topics, but he started with the policy that the Freedom and Change Coalition had followed, and he said that all indications were indicating that the Coalition would fail to accomplish its mission, given that the Coalition did not have a vision of how to deal With the process of change, he started with the same issues that he was condemning in the rescue, the process of exclusion and going to quotas, as he did not estimate the size of the challenge that he would face as a result of the process of exclusion, and his leadership believed that it would impose its conditions on the scene, which made it face a great challenge The other issue was that the coalition lacked a vision that could accommodate a wide range of political forces, and it also lost the resistance committees that ignited the revolution.
Ghazi says that the process of change and democratization needs to produce ideas different from those that existed in the political arena before the revolution, in order to transfer the masses from the reality they were living in to a new reality in which they can contribute with ideas and creativity. The street was ready to present its ideas and creativity, but it found the doors closing in front of it. The other issue, during all this conflict and changes, was that there was no critical study of the course of the political process and its challenges. Therefore, the capabilities of those holding the course of events were less than the challenges. When asked if the Islamists constituted a challenge to the revolution? He said that the Islamists are not a single bloc, each group has its own vision and has been known since 2013 AD, but the idea of ​​power and the pursuit of it made them put them all in one container, so how do you want to wrestle a bloc larger than you that is not in number and also long experience.
Ghazi said that the Islamists will remain in the political arena just like others, but everyone needs to conduct intellectual revisions in order to be able to live in one homeland and political and social stability. This comes through the national dialogue, without any exclusion, if everyone is really interested in the process of democratic transformation. And he said that some should move away from the commandments and play the role of professorship. He said the army, as a state institution, needs reform, modernization and development of capabilities, but with calm and serious dialogue away from cheering. He pointed out that the Sudanese issues are resolved within Sudan and through a Sudanese-Sudanese dialogue, and not by summoning the outside and providing advice and solutions that are not devoid of purpose. He said that the war should force everyone to reconsider their thoughts and visions so that the country will once again expect wars and conflicts.
The leaders that emerge from the closed circle of slogans to the horizons of ideas and asking questions with the aim of provoking dialogue within society and among elites and intellectuals will necessarily create a new path of thinking, and whatever the differences between the political forces, dialogue becomes the path that creates a new basis for trust between them. And no matter how much you disagree with them, you can listen to their visions and argue with them with the same ideas. And a special greeting to Mr. Saad Al-Kabili and his management of the dialogue with a wide horizon, and his diversity in the interviews, which paves the way for the creation of a dialogue between intellectual currents. And we ask God for good insight

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