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Sudan’s government speeds the voluntary return and compensation in Darfur

    09:03 PM May, 13 2015
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    The head of the governmental Darfur Peace Follow-up Office, Dr Amin Hassan Omar, has described the tribal conflicts being erupted between Rizeigat and Ma’alia in East Darfur state as “regrettable”, urging the Statement and native administrators to stand together to stop the fighting, pointing out that the wise people of Darfur people realize this and they will work to prevent it.
    After his meeting with the First Vice-President on Tuesday, Omer disclosed that they have signed an agreement on the importance of accelerating the different files concerning Darfur in particular the voluntary return, compensation and the referendum, pointing out that the country is entering a new stage of building and consolidating peace and stability for the final status in Darfur.
    In last August, fighting erupted between the Rizeigat and Ma’alia tribes in East Darfur after the theft of livestock belonging to Ma’alia in Abu Rakubah area.
    The Rizeigat attacked the area of Um-Rakoba inhabited by Maalia several times this month. The genesis of the recent outbreak of conflict between the two tribes was a dispute over land ownership claimed by both tribes.
    Battles between the two tribes intensified in recent years following oil discovery in Ma’alia areas.
    Armed clashes between the two tribes in 2013 killed over 149 people and forced an estimated 51,000 people to flee their homes and seek shelter in Adila, Abu Karinka and Ed-Daein localities.
    The government recently launched a number of conferences to mitigate the tensions and pacify the troubled region. However the spread of weapons and the implication of armed tribesmen belonging to government militias hampered these efforts.
                  

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