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Sudanese parties close to signing off on initial peace deal: Arman

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SPLM-N Agar deputy leader Yasir Arman speaks to reporters in Juba on 19 Dec 2019 (ST photo)
June 11, 2020 (KHARTOUM) - Sudanese parties to the Juba-mediated process edged closer to clinching a peace deal as they are finalizing talks on national issues, said Yasir Arman SPLM-N Agar on Thursday.

In line with a time frame endorsed by the Sudanese government and the armed groups last May, the two sides will initial a peace agreement on 20 June.

The head of the government negotiating team Mohamed Haman Daglo “Hemetti” took part in a teleconference session of talks on national issues and vowed to sign the deal as agreed on 20 June.

“The negotiations entered their final stages, and yesterday a meeting was held to discuss the chapter of the national issues,” in statements to Sudan Tribune on Thursday.

The parties “agreed on the entire document except for the question of power-sharing, which will be tackled later. In this regard, there are some issues related to some tracks and some points that will be discussed with the government delegation,” he further added.

Sources close to the talks say the central and northern Sudan tracks demand to be represented in the regional and local structures of their region and the government has to consider this point.

Also, the withdrawal of the Minni Minnawi group from the Sudanese Revolutionary Front requires to reach an agreement between the parties son its representation in the national and regional authorities within the shares of the SRF groups.

According to Arman, Hemetti pledged that he would be in Juba on 20 June to sign the peace agreement.

Also, the mediation is working on the finishing touches for a decisive meeting between the government delegation with the parties to the peace process to reach the final agreement and to initial it.

This agreement will change the political map and will qualitatively change the political landscape in Sudan because five armed movements in addition to other political movements will return to the country. So, the movements that have worked in the armed struggle for many years will be part of the political process in the country.

This agreement will also be a key to the movements that did not fully participate in the peace process.

"This agreement will change the political map and will qualitatively change the political process in Sudan because five armed movements in addition to other political movements will return to the country. So, the movements that have been involved in the armed struggle for many years will be part of the political process in the country".

Also, "the deal will be key to the movements that did not fully participate in the peace process".

Donor meeting

The SPLM-N Agar chief negotiator praised the support of the African Union and the United Nations to Sudan and the peace process.

He added that they agreed with the government about their participation in the donors’ conference for Sudan scheduled for 25 June.

“We hope that the international community will support the implementation of the peace agreement, the return of the displaced and refugees,” he said.

The armed groups will join the two technical and political committees for the donor meeting.

Arman said that the upcoming peace agreement will help to address the mistakes that accompanied the transitional period and build a new partnership.

“This deal calls for a new phase of transition that corrects the previous mistakes and establishes a stronger partnership between civilians and the military to achieve peace and a complete democratic transition,” he said.

(ST)

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  • 11 June 19:10, by Mayendit

    I have two messages to our brothers and sisters in Darfur Regions, Nubia Mountains and the people of Blue Nile Regions. The first message is to be careful even when they told you to go inside sharing power with the government in Khartoum. The second message is to stay touch with South Sudanese people because if they violated your rights thus, will back up at any zero hour. Also don’t let to be fo

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  • 11 June 19:24, by Mayendit

    Continue recommending brothers and sisters of Darfur, Nubia Mountains and the people of Blue Nile Regions. To trust Arabs people on what they said perhaps, you should trust a lion. The changes in Sudan will only happen if the Black president is taking power just to give you good example, Yasir Arman he was denying the demands of Nubia people while, he was part of SPLA North movement. Yasir Arman

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    • 12 June 15:18, by Kuch

      Mayendit,
      Do you know why South Sudan peace talk was kept in the hotels, brothels and bars of Abesh (so-called ethioipia) all along, then taken to Arusha, Tanzania, South Africa, Uganda and to Khartoum after the criminals who covet our country and our people to death found out their regime change wasn’t going anywhere of South Sudan and replaced with a puppet/stooge whom they would>>>>

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      • 12 June 15:28, by Kuch

        and micro-manage in the Adis Ababa, Nairobi, Johannesburg, UAE, Wall Street, Washington, London, Switzerland, Virgin Islands, Cayman islands, Panama and other shady countries the thieves go and hide their plunders in. Our country and our people covet by our enemies. Mr. Riek Machar, Lam Akol, Majak Agoot, Pagan Amuom, Thomas Cirillo and were taken hostage by the US, the UK, the IGAD>>>>>

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        • 12 June 15:35, by Kuch

          , the African Union (the AU), their UN, their sleazy NGOs and their evil juus (so-called israel)as their ’blackmails and their bargaining chips’ to crawl themselves back into our country and over our people again. Chap, there are no damn resources in Kenya, Rwanda, Abesh (so-called ethiopia) and our cloned so-called arab North Sudan>>>>

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          • 12 June 15:41, by Kuch

            But the creeps who think they are world’s oxygen or the masters of the world, thought South Sudan’s resources and countries of DR Congo, Central Africa republic (C.A.R) and other countries would used to ’prop up their would be set so-called manufacturing centers’ in South Africa, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Abesh (so-called ethiopia), North Sudan>>>>

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            • 12 June 15:49, by Kuch

              Nigeria and Ghana in West Africa. And this is precisely to prevent African from crossing Mediterranean sea to Italy and Spain and other European countries to go and cause problems there. Or to prevent Africans so-called ’sub-Saharan Africans from going to evil juus (so-called israel) or crossing Red sea to Gulf Arab states and go and cause problems there’ chap>>>>

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              • 12 June 15:56, by Kuch

                It’s always about using other countries and their people to satisfy the vampires. I know all these cheap and dirty intrigues being geopolitical chess game and football played over our country. Because, I was approached by these vermins when I was studying at McGill university in Canada. But turned down the vermins offer. They followed here back to South Sudan>>>>

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                • 12 June 16:01, by Kuch

                  and stalked me, my family and friends 24/7. But the vermins are playing with fire. The vermin love affair with people who don’t consider them anything has gone too far and they are going to bombed pretty badly out of our country and over our people once and for all, reasons, pure HATRED and RACISM.>>>

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                  • 12 June 16:08, by Kuch

                    Mr. Mayendit chap,
                    the so-called ’BREXIT, the UK leaving the European Union (EU) is being negotiated over our country and over our people chap’. The vermins in devil infested island England, their cloned so-called arabs of north Sudan and some of other countries l mentioned early even pray that there cannot be their so-called empire without our country and our people>>>>

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                    • 12 June 16:15, by Kuch

                      our waters, lands and resources are what the vermins are really after. Mr. Mayendit. There is ’a big farm in our Gambella region’. That farm was financed by the world bank. The produces in that farm are ’sold to Gulf Arab states, some Asian countries and some European countries’. Mr. Mayendit, where do you fellows think, the creeps in Idle East always get their food from when they are in desert?>>

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                      • 12 June 16:21, by Kuch

                        Countries like Abesh (so-called ethiopia), Kenya, North Sudan and other countries don’t have enough food to feed their own big populations. But it is always about the so-called ’hungry South Sudan and the South people’s people’. We have informed our low lives to get the hell out of these filthy so-called UN compounds (POCs), but our love lives don’t want to listen>>>>>

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                        • 12 June 16:28, by Kuch

                          The criminals from Central Equatroria were even intrigued to run to Northern Uganda and then went and lie through their dirty teeth that they ran away from South Sudan because they were being killed ’the Jenge/Dinka government’. The Nuers are refusing to get the hell out UN POCs in Juba, here in Bor, Akoba, Anasir, Malakal and Bentiu>>>>

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                          • 12 June 16:47, by Kuch

                            they just want to be fed by other countries while fighting ’Jaangs/Dinkas’ for their ’Ngundeng Buong Magician re-incarnates-----Mr. Riek Machar. The UN, NGOs and our enemies have sided with these low lives.>>>>

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