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08-27-2014, 01:47 PM
Adaroub Sedna Onour
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the incomplete agenda of sudan,s dialouge of the deaf

    Several factors contribute to the on-going unrest and instability attributed to the ever increasing meaningless civil- wars in Sudan, in spite of the countless rounds of peace talks between the ruling regime and its numberless opponents. Why all those endeavors aiming at putting an end to these silly wars never yielded fruitful results? Despite the diverse venues and host countries, which were, to mention but a few..Eretria, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Chad, Kenya, Uganda, Egypt, Qatar, Germany and France most recently??? In my view the reason is that the regime and its mortal enemies need to bridge the wide gap that separates them first, and then try to find in a clear, honest and firm manner a common ground to stand on, instead of whiling away their time in the media glare and lime light smiling to cameras and signing agreements they don’t have the slightest intention of honoring. Because the clock is ticking and they don’t have time on their side any
    more…for there is no government in Sudan today and the fate of the fatigued war-torn country lies in the hands of pro-regime and anti-regime militant groups e.g. (during the anti-regime demonstrations of last September which were ignited by the rise in prices of consumer-goods the regime called in its militant groups from Darfur to Khartoum and crushed the protests?) therefore for any dialogue to be constructive and worthwhile it should not stop short of discussing the fate of those in saddle now and giving them assurances and guarantees { the first ,yet unmentioned , item in their agenda}, if they were to relinquish power, and end their 25-year stint in office and step down paving the way for an interim and/or a broad national coalition government ,which is the stickiest point of all by the way , without which talks would be mere political romance even if they dragged on for decades??Likewise the armed factions should water down their radicalism
    a little bit ,if they were to gain public support and backing ,as many of their slogans don’t reflect the whole trend of the Sudanese street. Hence all rivals should live up to the huge challenges ahead , because their failure to do so would mean sliding into tribal and regional conflicts that would spare no group . In this respect the responsibility to bring about peace and stability mainly rests on the regime’s shoulders despite its isolation and inability which were elaborately illustrated during the recent devastating floods which washed away thousands of homes and claimed hundreds of innocent souls in KHARTOUM to say nothing of the far-flung and god-forgotten remote rural thatch-roofed and mud-walled villages. .nevertheless not a single country stretched a helping hand in the hour of need which proves that this regime is abandoned, isolated and walled-off from the international community, except for QATAR..The head-quarter of the Muslim
    brotherhood, the largest USA base and the hub of international Zionism and masonry in the middle east?????????
    ADAROUB SEDNA ONOUR




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