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    Sudan faces controversy as international community urged to support Hemeti over Burhan

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    Khartoum, Sudan – (African Boulevard News) – A recent article by a journalist at Le Figaro has set off alarm bells in Sudan, as it has sparked concerns that the international community might be lending its support to a controversial figure. The article, which was published last week, called on the global community to back Hemeti, rather than his rival for Sudan’s presidency, General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan.

    Hemeti is the deputy chairman of Sudan’s Sovereignty Council and the leader of the Rapid Support Forces, a paramilitary group that has been accused of committing numerous human rights violations. Despite these allegations, Hemeti has managed to accumulate substantial power and influence within the Sudanese government.

    The journalist’s article has been met with criticism, as many believe that Hemeti’s past actions make him an unsuitable candidate for leadership in Sudan. Moreover, the article has heightened concerns that foreign governments may be supporting Hemeti and thereby contributing to the country’s ongoing political instability.

    “Supporting Hemeti in any form is a grave mistake,” said Ahmed Elzobier, a political analyst. “He has a history of violence and human rights abuses, and endorsing him would only fuel the conflict in Sudan.”

    The article has also been met with skepticism due to the fact that Hemeti is currently under investigation by the International Criminal Court for his involvement in the conflict in Darfur. Many believe that the journalist’s pro-Hemeti stance is a calculated move to advance the interests of certain foreign governments.

    “The international community must be careful to avoid giving legitimacy to Hemeti,” said Salma al-Nour, a Sudanese activist. “He is not a suitable candidate for leadership in Sudan, and his past actions must not be ignored.”

    In conclusion, it is clear that the international community must tread carefully when it comes to Sudan’s politics, particularly when it comes to individuals like Hemeti. While the journalist’s article has garnered attention, it is important to remember the potential consequences of supporting a leader with such a controversial past. As Sudan continues to grapple with political instability, it is paramount that it receives the support it needs to overcome its challenges, but that support must be given with caution and a keen eye for the facts.

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