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Release of funds key in implementation of pending tasks: R-JMEC

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December 18, 2019 (JUBA) - Significant progress will now be made in implementing critical tasks of the pre-transitional period within the remaining 65 days with the release of funds to the peace agreement mechanisms, Lt. Gen. Augostino Njoroge, the Interim Chairperson of the Reconstituted Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (RJMEC) said.

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

“It is my expectation that the government will continue to release funds in a timely manner to the NPTC throughout the extension period. Furthermore, I also expect that the issues of accountability and transparency will be addressed,” he said during an R-JMEC monthly meeting in Juba Tuesday.

South Sudan government announced on Friday that it had allocated $16.5 million for activities of the security mechanisms.

Njoroge said timely implementation of pending tasks requires political will, leadership and predictable release of the necessary funding.

He, however, stressed that it was “deeply regrettable” that the implementation of the critical tasks of the pre-transitional period has “failed to live up to expectation” in 2019.

According to the R-JMEC official, the unification of necessary forces and the resolution of the number of States and their boundaries were the two key pending issues critical to the successful implementation of the pre-transitional activities and establishment of the Transitional Government of National Unity.

“To be specific, no screening, no selection and no training has taken place. This is of course, is very disappointing,” he said.

Njoroge also welcomed the face-to-face meetings between Riek Machar, President Salva Kiir and other stakeholders, saying these meetings contribute in the resolution of outstanding issues and build further confidence amongst the warring parties.

“I call upon the key principals to the agreement to continue their engagement to ensure that progress is made,” he stressed.

Last month, President Kiir and the country’s main opposition leader Machar agreed to delay key benchmarks in the revitalized peace agreement by additional 100 days.

The delay in forming a transitional national unity government on November 12, 2019 came after Machar’s group raised concerns that the country’s security arrangements are still incomplete.

(ST)

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  • 20 December 2019 02:12, by Pakuai

    "Release of funds key in implementation of pending tasks: R-JMEC"
    After Billion funds have been released to these creeps, so what? Let me tell you lowly informed South Sudanese. Right after the signing of the CPA in 2005, there was "a donar conference done in Oslo, Norway" In which many countries around the world including "the US, the UK, all the Nordic including Germany, Canada>>>>

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    • 20 December 2019 02:19, by Pakuai

      Russia federation, China, Australia and other countries contributed a lot of Money, 4.2 billion dollars for the reconstruction of South Sudan". But when the then government of Southern Sudan came and asked the money that was pledged in Oslo, Norway in 2005. The the then government of Southern was told that "the pledged money" was used to help "hungry refugees from Darfur">>>>

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      • 20 December 2019 02:25, by Pakuai

        Where is that is 4.2 billion dollars in Darfur?, I guess. Mr. Barack Hussein Obama, Kofi Annan,cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan, their UN, their sleazy NGOs and some of their creeps in between who love play games with our people and their countries in the name of the so-called UN NEW WORLD ORDER project would tell you where that money is.>>>>

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        • 20 December 2019 02:31, by Pakuai

          There was no damned 4.2 million dollars pledged, in the first place for the reconstruction of South Sudan. *The evil white Americans, English people, their evil juus (so-called israelis), their gulf Arab states financiers and some of their creeps here in the IGAD and the AU have been using our country and our people as their begging bowl around the world all the times>>>

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          • 20 December 2019 02:38, by Pakuai

            We have a lot cattle than Uganda, Kenya and their Abesh (so-called ethiopia) combined, but the evils who love our country and our people to death. Always used South Sudan as their ’dying people’ with hunger. Lowly informed South Sudanese fools. Let any evil bring ’an evil White White American, white English evil, whir evil juus (so-called so-called israelis), their cloned so-called arabs of arabs>

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            • 20 December 2019 02:59, by Pakuai

              of North Sudan, their Abeshas (so-called israelis), some of their Bantuses, their UN and some of their sleazy NGOs project into our country and over our people again. And he would be dead and killed, reasons, pure HATRED and RACISM. These vermins have attached themselves like ’leeches to "us", the Dinkas/Muonyjiengs of the Sudan or the ticks (achak) have attached themselves to our cattle>>>>

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