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RJMEC calls on South Sudanese to agree on the best for peace implementation

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JMEC Deputy Chairperson Lt. Gen. Amb. Augostino Njoroge (File Photo JMEC)

May 2, 2019 (JUBA) - The acting head of the Joint Monitoring And Evaluation Commission (RJMEC) has advised the South Sudanese parties to agree on the best course of action for the peace implementation process stressing that the pending tasks are the most critical.

The signatories of the revitalized peace agreement in South Sudan Thursday launched a meeting convened by the IGAD to deliberate on the move forward as many key matters of the revitalized peace agreement remain unimplemented nine days before the scheduled date of the government formation.

The opposition groups call to extend the pre-transitional period but the government of President Salva Kiir says determined to not delay the process.

Addressing the opening meeting, Augostino Njoroge appealed to maintain the spirit of trust and confidence nurtured by the parties together over the past months and to take the best decision in the general interest of the nation. However, he noted that they believe that "overall the implementation of the Pre- transitional tasks have fallen short of expectations".

"Accordingly, I recommended to the leadership of the Parties to take an honest review of our assessment and to agree on the best course of action going forward. I also recommended to the IGAD leadership to be seized of this matter," he said.

In his speech, Njoroge did not suggest to delay the second phase of the peace implementation process but it was obvious he was backing such a decision.

To make it clear, he underlined that the most critical tasks of the pre-transitional period are pending.

"In RJMEC’s assessment, 59 key tasks were required to be implemented prior to the commencement of the Transitional Period. To-date, 27 out of the 59 have been completed, 17 are ongoing and 15 are pending".

"Unfortunately, the pending tasks are the most critical and consequential to the implementation of the Agreement," he stressed.

Besides the armies’ reunification process and boundaries of states, he pointed that the Constitutional Amendment Bill has not been ratified, and the parties did not yet agree on the allocation of ministerial portfolios, among others.

For his part, the Special Envoy Ismail Wais said that "The purpose of convening this meeting is to critically reflect on where we are at to-date with the implementation of the Pre-Transitional tasks"

But also to "address, discuss the mechanism of expediting what still needs to be undertaken going forward including its resource implications," Wais added.

The outcome of the meeting should be announced on Friday.

(ST)

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  • 4 May 15:57, by Pakuai

    Mr. Agostino Njoroge,
    Go back to to Kenya and find another job. We are going to occupy your Kenya anyway, kill every evil white Americans, English people, Indians, evil juus (so-called Israelis), Bantus in central Kenya and Nairobi, Nanyuki, Laikipia, Naivasha, Nyeri, Nyahuru, Narok and your other towns fool. Who says, we you are even equivalent to South Sudanese to even lecture them!>>>

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    • 4 May 16:08, by Pakuai

      Mr. Agostino Njoroge, watch out chap, this is South Sudan and South Sudan is not your usual DR Congo. Remember this cheap intrigue chap, *Mr. Daniel Torotich Arap Moi* was used by the evil juus (so-called israelis), the UK and the US to at with Somalians in North Eastern region of Gariza* and Kenya>>>

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      • 4 May 16:39, by Pakuai

        was used promised *Humanitarian aid, donations and going to US for studies*, and that is how the evil juus (so-called israelis) managed to almost take Kenya by intrigues. *Kobil/Kenol are owned by the evil juus (so-called israelis) and many other BLUE CHIPS companies in Kenya including Kenya’s central Bank>>>

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        • 4 May 16:50, by Pakuai

          Mr. Agostino Njoroge,
          Your Uhuru Kenyatta and Mr. Raila Odinga, Pagan Amuom, Riek Machar, Barack Obama, Lam Akol and other bunch of illumati, Bilderberg group, Rothschild banking cartel criminals, their evil juus (so-called israelis), their cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan, gulf Arab states and some of their evils in between have stepped on the wrong people’s feet; us---the Dinkas/Muonyjiengs

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          • 4 May 16:58, by Pakuai

            of the the Sudan. Have you ever heard of *Biafra war?* Between North Nigeria and Southern Nigeria? Biafra war was fought by the *British* on behalf of Northern Nigeria. The evils think, that they can extend their rubbish here into South Sudan. They even ’tried their intrigue in Raja and Wau Acholdit’ though, but the evils were destroyed>>>

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            • 4 May 17:12, by Pakuai

              by ’mathiang Anyor’, Mr. Agostino Njoroge chap, the owners are here. WWW3 will start here in South Sudan. We don’t consider you Bantus anyone. Mr. Deng Nhial was "advised by your Mzee Jomo Kenyatta to join Arabs and fight within", Mr. Deng Nhial was brutally murdered out of Town and our cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan including you some of you Bantus>>>>

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              • 4 May 17:22, by Pakuai

                Abeshas, English people, white Americans and some of their creeps in between were their equals. *Winston Churchill from the devil infested lsland of England* suggested that the *evil juus (so-called israelis) were to be resettled in Uganda, the evils would have been dead eons ago. There will be second *Haulocaust* again Mr. Agostino Njoroge loser>>>

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                • 4 May 17:32, by Pakuai

                  I studied at your ’Nakuru High school’ after l was injured at the battle of Kapoeta, former Eastern Equatoria in 2002. Mr. Agostino Njoroge, South Sudan is not part of your so-called ANGLO-AMERICAN empire, never has and will never ever will and South Sudanese people are your so-called ANGLO-AMERICAN empire subjects/slaves, we are CONQUERING PEOPLE>>>

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                  • 4 May 17:43, by Pakuai

                    Mr. Njoroge,
                    The US, the UK, their UN, their sleazy NGOs, their evil juus (so-called israelis), their gulf Arab states and some of their creeps like your *Kenya, Abesh (so-called ethiopia, South Africa, Nigeria, North Sudan and other crime in between whom we don’t consider anyone/anything’ we are going to get our UNSC seat back by a way of WAR>>>

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