As discussions continue in Saudi Arabia over a potential ceasefire between General al-Burhan and Hemeti's troops, some of Sudan's political players are preparing to weigh in on the negotiations.
Numerous militia fighters from Darfur and Chad are present in Libya. For the time being, they have refrained from intervening in neighbouring Sudan but, if the hostilities there persist, one of the warring parties could be tempted to call them in.
Now in total control, General Burhan and his deputy "Hemeti" form a duo that is holding together the regime currently in charge of Sudan. On paper, they have nothing in common. Burhan is a career soldier, while Hemeti is a militiaman turned politician.