اكثر من 80 عضو/ة فى البرلمان البريطانى يطالبون قادة الG8 بعدم نسيان السودان وخاصة لاجئى دارفور

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06-07-2005, 03:21 AM

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اكثر من 80 عضو/ة فى البرلمان البريطانى يطالبون قادة الG8 بعدم نسيان السودان وخاصة لاجئى دارفور

    Parliamentarians urge G8 Leaders not to abandon Sudan


    Tuesday 5 July. British Parliamentarians are joining together to send a strong message to G8 leaders, urging them not to abandon the people of Sudan. They are calling for immediate action to protect millions of displaced people in the war torn region of Darfur and full backing to implement a peace agreement in the country as a whole.

    Referring to a speech by UN Secretary General Kofi Annan, David Drew MP, said:

    “Time is running out for the people of Darfur. Two years in to the conflict the failure to protect has left millions of people imprisoned in displacement camps, insecurity, a deteriorating humanitarian situation, malnutrition and disease continue to kill tens of thousands every month. We would like to see a statement from the G8 Leaders outlining a plan of action to resolve the worst humanitarian and human rights crisis anywhere in the world. ”

    Over 80 MPs, across all political parties have signed a parliamentary statement calling for rapid deployment of thousands more African Union peacekeepers, to bolster tiny numbers of troops on the ground, financial, military and logistical support from wealthy nations and a stronger civilian protection mandate for the African Union mission in Darfur.

    “Death, violence, intimidation, harassment and detention are daily occurrences. Systematic rape is being used as a weapon of war to destroy families and community ties. This pain, suffering and humiliation must be stopped, said John Bercow MP.”

    “The displacement camps in Darfur are slowly becoming permanent settlements. The African Union, United Nations, European Union and NATO should to do everything in their power to provide a safe and secure environment that will allow the voluntary and safe return of people back to their villages. G8 leaders have a moral duty to ensure that the landscape of Darfur doesn’t remain changed for ever,” said John Barrett MP.

    The statement calls for the need to prioritise peace talks on Darfur, being held in Abuja, Nigeria and demands adequate levels of humanitarian and development assistance for Darfur, the South and other marginalised areas in Sudan.

    “Despite the declarations of concern from world leaders Darfur and parts of Southern Sudan are dangerously close to famine. The international community is turning its back on the people of Sudan. The $4.5 billion promised by donors to support peace between the North and the South is sadly not materialising. Those people who have made the difficult journey back to the South after decades of war are finding themselves without basic services and face a situation of dire poverty,” said Dr. Jenny Tonge.

    “Sudan, Africa’s largest country is home to the longest running conflict in the continent and is locked in a cycle of poverty and underdevelopment, lacks infrastructure and basic services, is facing environmental degradation, competition over dwindling resources and is burdened with enormous debts. G8 leaders have a golden opportunity to show their commitment to making poverty history by helping to secure peace and good governance, and delivering the benefits of development to one of the poorest countries in Africa”, said David Drew MP.
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06-07-2005, 03:22 AM

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    EDM 214 – Situation in Darfur


    That this House is alarmed that, more than one year after the signing of a ceasefire agreement on Darfur, the situation continues to deteriorate, that the peace process remains stalled and the people of Darfur still lack adequate protection, that 10,000 people continue to die each month and insecurity, increased targeting of humanitarian workers and physical and sexual violence continue unabated; urges military and logistical support from NATO and the European Union for African Union troops and a stronger and clearer civilian protection mandate for the African Union backed up by an increased troop force of up to 10,000; calls for the international community to provide full support to the International Criminal Court investigation on Darfur; calls on the Government to appoint a senior special envoy to support the Darfur peace process and monitor implementation of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement and to seek rapid deployment of the UN-mandated peacekeeping mission to Southern Sudan; and further calls on the international community to provide support for humanitarian and reconstruction needs to long-suffering communities in the South and across all marginalised areas in Sudan.



    David Drew MP Paul Holme MP Lorley Burt MP
    John Battle MP Lindsay Hoyle MP Mark Lazarowicz MP
    Andrew George MP Denis Murphy MP Richard Burden MP
    Clare Short MP Albert Owen MP Jim Cunningham MP
    David Taylor MP Martin Canton MP David Hamilton MP
    Williams Betty MP Michael Connarty MP David Howarth MP
    Annette Brooke MP Mike Hancock MP Tom Brake MP
    Laurence Robertson MP Desmond Turner MP Nigel Dodds MP
    Dai Harvard MP Daniel Rogerson MP Alan Meale MP
    Lynne Jones MP Stephen Pound MP Edward Davey MP
    Robert Key MP Ken Purchase MP Michael Wier MP
    Rob Marris MP Stephen Hepburn MP David Jones MP
    Colin Breed MP David Kidney MP Helen Goodman MP
    Jeremy Corbyn MP Elfyn Llwyd MP Mark Durkan MP
    Tony Baldry MP Chris Bryant MP Adrian Bailey MP
    Hugh Bayley MP Andrew Dismore MP Kate Hoey MP
    Joh Bercow MP Rudis Vis MP Tony Lloyd MP
    Adam Price MP Linda Riordan MP Sandra Gidley MP
    Glenda Jackson MP Alan Simpson MP
    Helen Jones MP Marsha Singh MP
    David Lepper MP Evan Harris MP
    Gregory Campbell MP David Heath MP
    Ann Cryer MP Brian Jenkins MP
    Diane Abbott MP Janet Dean MP
    John Grogan MP Jim Dobbin MP
    Peter Bottomley MP Bill Etherington MP
    Andrew Stunnell MP Paul Flynn MP
    Derek Wyatt MP Janet Anderson MP
    Madeleine Moon MP David Borrow MP
    Greg Pope MP Paul Truswell MP
    Lady Syliva Hermon MP Hywel Williams MP
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06-07-2005, 04:24 AM

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    INTERNATIONAL CRISIS GROUP - NEW BRIEFING

    The AU's Mission in Darfur: Bridging the Gaps


    Bold new action is urgently required to safeguard the inhabitants of Darfur, many of whom are still dying or face indefinite displacement. If the African Union (AU), which plans only to have 7,700 troops and police on the ground by September, cannot deploy the larger, more capable force needed to protect civilians, NATO troops should help bridge the gaps. The EU and NATO already give significant financial and logistical support to the AU Mission (AMIS), but political sensitivities have kept non-African troops out of Darfur. The concept of African solutions for African problems should not trump the international responsibility to protect. More courageous thinking is needed by all sides to get an adequately sized, trained and equipped force on the ground with a strong mandate as quickly as possible: 12,000 to 15,000 within 60 days
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06-07-2005, 04:24 AM

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    INTERNATIONAL CRISIS GROUP - NEW BRIEFING

    The AU's Mission in Darfur: Bridging the Gaps


    Bold new action is urgently required to safeguard the inhabitants of Darfur, many of whom are still dying or face indefinite displacement. If the African Union (AU), which plans only to have 7,700 troops and police on the ground by September, cannot deploy the larger, more capable force needed to protect civilians, NATO troops should help bridge the gaps. The EU and NATO already give significant financial and logistical support to the AU Mission (AMIS), but political sensitivities have kept non-African troops out of Darfur. The concept of African solutions for African problems should not trump the international responsibility to protect. More courageous thinking is needed by all sides to get an adequately sized, trained and equipped force on the ground with a strong mandate as quickly as possible: 12,000 to 15,000 within 60 days
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