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No Darfur peace deal scheduled to be signed on 19 December


December 15, 2010 (DOHA) — Sudan Tribune has learnt that the mediation team is not yet resolved to propose à draft agreement for the signing by the Government of Sudan and Liberation and Justice Movement (LJM).

Yesterday, Tadjadine Beshir Niam, LJM chief negotiator told Sudan Tribune that the mediation after consultation with the two negotiating teams at the steering committee agreed to organize the signing ceremony of a peace agreement on 19 December.

However, multiple relied sources denied the announcement saying the signing of an inclusive agreement to end Darfur conflict requires delaying such partial deal and to seek ways to bring the other rebels on the negotiating table.

More details to be developed on Thursday’s edition.


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  • 15 December 2010 17:40, by Victory

    To my dafurian brethern those arab guys are playing with mind,if you want peace please be united within your self otherwise forget about it.

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  • 15 December 2010 19:58, by Liech_man

    thank mr. victory this is good advice to Darfurian community
    by liech man

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  • 16 December 2010 07:08, by Aleu

    I think the Darfurian people should not be worry for anything at all. Let me add a little thing here, because some Black African tribes seem to me that, they don’t get it but I want to tell them to look Ethiopian people, on many regions have rejoining Southern Ethiopia when the Ethiopian themselves don’t agree in one thing.

    As we know that, Ethiopian were one country just like Sudan did. North Ethiopia which is known as Eritrean and Southern Ethiopia as well as others regions just like Nubia Mt, and Western Darfur does in Sudan for example, they were agreeing before they weren’t successful in overthrew Mengistu Haile Mariam’s government that, if their movement got successful then, the North Ethiopia which is Eritrea will be separate from Southern Ethiopia and the rest of the regions in Ethiopia will choose what side they like most to attached with. Finally, the Western Ethiopia and Eastern Ethiopia along with Southern Ethiopia formed one government with same name as Ethiopia.

    The Ethiopian people did not mine about Map direction who live in Western Ethiopia and who live in Eastern Ethiopia nor Northern Ethiopia, but the 82 million people including Southern Ethiopia says, they will stayed together base on what they beliefs and their interests to make them and eventually chosen Southern Ethiopia meanwhile, some regions were from Northern Ethiopia and others were from Western Ethiopia nor Eastern Ethiopia, but they never mine of being in Northern Ethiopia’s Map nor in the Western Ethiopian’s Map.

    Now when it come to Sudan’s case people says, they are confuse what they got to do if Southern Sudanese people vote for independence, but I think maybe Black African tribes in Sudan are stupid enough otherwise, they should have to asks themselves why do we lost 2.5 million lives under the rules of North Sudan domination and 300.000 dies in Darfuri regions still North Sudan government are bombing civilian now if anyone from Nubia Mt,Western Darfuri,South Blue Nile and Southern Sudan thinks about these things then, your choices would be like saying, I don’t want to united with North Sudan’s government because that killing will not stop and that is the fact here that, I am trying to explain to all Black African tribes in Sudan but if you wrongful choose to go with North Sudan government then, your problems will not going to change belief me or not you will see it in your eyes and you will hear it.

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