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on 2014/9/14 10:10:56

Open in new windowThe governor of the North Darfur State Osman Kibir and legislative , executive popular and security leaders attended at the closing session of the Peaceful Co-existence Forum , at Korma area in Alfasher Locality, the signing ceremony of the Peaceful Co-existence and Hostilities Cessation Document between the pastoralists and the peasants in localities of Alfasher, Taweela, Kutum and Al-Waha.
Addressing the closing session of the Forum, Kibir affirmed support to the outcome of all forums of the peaceful co-existence which were held in the state.
The Minister of Agriculture and Forestry in the State, Adam Hamid Al-Nahla called on all signing parties to be committed to transform the agreement into reality and to publicize it .
Commissioner of Al-Fasher Locality, Issa Mohamed Abdalla pointed out that the Forum came to realize peaceful co-existence between all components of the community and to revive laws and norms guaranteeing continuity of the peaceful co-existence.

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on 2014/9/14 9:58:01

Open in new windowThe Chairman of the opposition Sudan Liberation Movement (SLM)-the General Command, Adam Ali Shogar considered the agreement recently signed in Addis Ababa between the Sudanese government and the rebel Revolutionary Front as a positive step towards reaching satisfactory solutions . He disclosed that Paris Declaration , signed earlier between the Revolutionary Front and Umma Party , has some positive points that it moved the movements from square of overthrowing the Government by using military force to dialogue , calling for necessity of bridging the lack of confidence between the Government and the armed and unarmed opposition through adopting transparency in attempts to find peaceful solutions to problems of the country.
Shogar stressed in statement to the Sudan News Agency that the armed movements believe in principle of peaceful solution and dialogue , expecting that the African mediators would reach a common ground between the disputing parties.

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on 2014/9/13 8:25:03

Open in new windowThe Secretary of the ruling National Congress Party (NCP)’s political secretariat, Mustafa Ismail has announced that the general assembly which includes representatives of the political forces in the country would be held next week during which he will represent a report on the work accomplished and present Addis Ababa document for final agreement and the deliberation on the road map and to determine a date for the national dialogue conference. He indicated in statements , Friday, to the Um Durman radio program (radio conference) that the (7+7) mechanism is not fully delegated because it is only a coordinative group and the final authority is for the general assembly which would approve the work of the group and set its new frame. He expected the meeting to support the mechanism's road map, and Addis Ababa agreement, and give more mandate to the group for the preparation for the works of the beginning of the conference, continue communication with the armed movements, and to build the trust which enables the African Union mediators succeed in the negotiations with the armed movements for the cease fire which would allow the armed movements to take part in the national dialogue.

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on 2014/9/13 7:49:14

Open in new windowThe secretary of the rulin National Congress party (NCP)’s political secretariat Mustafa Ismail has disclosed outcome of a recent meeting between the African Union mediator Thabo Mbeki and President of the Republic Field Marshal Omer Albashir. He indicating that Mbeki explained to the President of the Republic his plan and work program in the coming period which includes a meeting in the framework of the African Union peace and security council to present a report on progress of the national dialogue and peace process in the country. Meanwhile, he would present on the 17th of current month a report to the Security Council of the United Nations in New York in addition to his meetings with western leaders.
Ismail noted in a statement to the Um-Durman Radio program (Radio Conference), Friday, that the meeting is an important one, citing that Mbeki would not present his report unless he got acquainted with points of view of the Sudanese leadership either on the political vision or war stoppage.

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on 2014/9/13 7:20:00

Open in new windowThe Secretary of the political secretariat at the ruling National Congers Party (NCP) Mustafa Ismail stressed that his country will benefit from the addis ababa document signed by the Sudanese governmenr and rebels of armed movement (National Front) and not necessarily his party. He noted, Friday, in the Um Durman radio program (radio conference) to the speech of the African Union mediator Thabo Mbeki during his recent meeting with the national dialogue mechanism in which he said that the armed movements do not want to discuss the issues related to the dialogue abroad, and its ready to come to participate, but that would be after the stoppage of the hostilities. He indicated that the document signed in Addis Ababa this week has given hope to the Sudanese people on dialogue process.

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