Now, it is high time to reap the fruits of the recommendations of the national dialogue and the national document that pertains to it. The starting and initial point is that a new national prime minister has been appointed as a head of the coming government. He is 1st   Lt. Gen. Bakri Hassan Salih.
It goes without saying that the rule cake that is associated with the imminent government is not sufficient enough to be shared by all, especially the political entities and none that have participated in the national dialogue. But, under no circumstance, this should be understood as a stumbling block that is to impede the mission of 1st  Lt. Gen. Bakri in forming the new government. Why? Because answering a question as such does not in need of an extra evening lesson, as the Sudanese used to say. The consensus atmosphere, which has started with national dialogue and the recommendations, which are associated with it, makes it so easier to overcome any problem that may arise, and without the least effort. Thus, the ones who are to be chosen as occupying the posts allocated for the new government, no matter how limited they are, still will constitute no problem at all, so to speak.  Sure, such an orientation is not without logic. The expected government is not going to be the Ark of Noah  as accommodating all, especially the ones who have  participated in the national dialogue and the document that emanates from it.
However, this pattern of consensus does not come out of the blue. The present critical stage that the country has been passing through necessitates the adoption of such a measure, collectively and unanimously. The Sudanese politicians and none, especially domestically, see to it that the only way for the preservation of the country and at all levels, is merely to be achieved via this consensus. Otherwise, all are to end up as gripping the air, so to speak.
Delightedly, now the Sudanese public, officially and publicly, have come to an irrevocable conclusion that this formula of consensus has been perceived as outweighing  all the previous and present formulas. Why? Because the ones who have been involved in it, are all seen as true winners. In the vocabulary of the consensus no place for a loser at all. On the contrary, they are all considered as genuine winners. Even if  this formula of consensus is to be compared with that of the very developed world, it is found as much and  hugely far better of. The democratic systems that are experienced by the advanced nations have been noted as merely recognizing the rule of the majority, while the ones whose score rates  in the ballot box are lesser, are just excluded. They are considered as  mere failures. They have only to wait and to prepare themselves for the next elections.
Worst still, is the regional surrounding of Sudan, which is mainly characterized by utter scenarios of violence and very unlimited catastrophic turmoil. They are far away from the aforementioned models; be they of consensus or the democracy of the ballot box. On the contrary, they are only to revolve around lose-lose patterns. The countries that are to function as illustrative examples of this,  are Libya, Syria, Iraq and Yemen.
In this regard, there is a question that poses itself vehemently here; why are  the politicians of these countries subjected to and got plagued with ills as such? Simply speaking, because they are all, invariably, got hugely concerned with attaining personal goals at the expense of the national interests, so to speak. Sadly, the wrangling is not just being restricted as being between kinsmen fighting their kinsmen locally. It is much broader than this. Foreigners are noticed as directly interfering in the affairs of such nations which in turn will lead to  the exacerbation of things to the their worst levels.
In contrast, this is not the case when it comes to Sudan. All the citizens of the country by now have been consensually  oriented. Actually, the whole story is to be mainly attributed to the national dialogue and its outcomes that have been agreed upon collectively. All the Sudanese, be they supporting the current government or they are just opposing it, have all agreed to sit down in a bid to  debate their problems freely and willingly. No exaggeration about this matter if we say that and throughout the history of mankind, nothing a such is witnessed and experienced. So, we can say that, and by all accounts, Sudan is a pioneer in this area.
Previously, especially in the post era of independence in 1956, , life of the Sudanese citizens has been exposed to all kinds of hardships and miseries, to speak. Governments come and go, but nothing tangible and fruitful is felt or reaped on the ground.  Then, unexpectedly and all of a sudden, a light at the end of the tunnel appears; it is the national dialogue that is the function of a consensus as such.
Happily, such a kind of consensus will have a positive and huge impact in facilitating the mission of Ist Lt. Gen. Bakri in forming a new government that is to serve all, Sudan and its people invariably, Allah willing.
In conclusion, something should be said about the prime minister, the man who has been installed at the helm of the new government. Definitely, all are so eager to  know more and more about him. So, hopefully, the below mentioned piece of information will help in casting light on his personality.  He enjoys high levels of qualities and traits.  That his colleagues who happen to work with him witness that he is a number one and a first class statesman. That they all agree that he is of a very simple, moderate and modest personality. That he is not interested in occupying any kind of post, no matter how attractive it is, even if it is being much associated with tremendous benefits and rewards.  That he enjoys high levels of abilities and capabilities when it comes to decision making. That deciding over matters are not a simple matter for him and are to be carried out only after thorough studying.  That he is very keen in distancing himself from any kind of disputes and differences, officially and none, so to speak. That he is politically very influential, especially  during the whole era of the Inqaz.  And that he is very disinterested in appearing before the media and is rarely noticed as talking to them. Despite this fact, he retains special relations with some of them.