The recent intention of the Resistance Committees (RC) to structure its basis structure is a positive step conserving the RC includes several social and youth networks that are facing several challenges. On top of those challenges are the attempts of the political parties to penetrate t RC to serve the partisan agenda.
The ability of the political parties to penetrate the public and private institutions including the regular forces to direct it is well known and recognized.
Accordingly the most dangerous challenge facing the RC will be resisting the attempts of those political parties which comes in terms of the engagements of some of its cadres in the RC or even adapting its plans and programmes through expressing support, then work to abort it after putting it in a very narrow matrix.
The second challenge which is facing the RC is how to avoid the containing of the authorities to those RC through transforming to bodies that support this or that leader a matter the deduct from its present and future role as popular youth networks that aim at achieving the aspiration of the Sudanese people in general.
The third dangerous challenge which is facing the RC is its ability to to control the streets which is considered its centre against the centres of the political parties and governments centres. The street and public is broad and its control is badly needed, so the RC should work hard to preserve the sympathy of the public besides preserving the public facilities and the lives and properties of the citizens. This could be through strict monitoring to abort any penetration attempts for any political forces of infiltrators.
In short the RC should consider the above challenges, so it should organize its ranks and fill any gaps. Most importantly is to preserve the continuous peaceful revolution towards shifting rrom one stage to another till we reach the aspired nation.
It the RC managed to overcome the above challenges, it would be the best option for our failed political parties and other bodies which crippled the country and hampered its development.