Title: Minawi: Peace cannot be made while “genocide” forces kill, burn and rape in Darfur
Author: حركة تحرير السودان قيادة مناوي
Date: 04-13-2014, 09:48 PM
Paris-The head of Sudan Liberation Movement Mini Arko Minawi met in Paris on Friday with a group of human rights organizations including Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch and Waging Peace.
During meeting, which was attended by the coordinator of the humanitarian affairs at the Justice and Equality Movement Suleiman Jamous, the organizations were briefed on the deteriorating situations in Darfur, Blue Nile and Kordofan, the government policies in mobilizing the genocide and ethnics cleansing militias.
He further briefed them on the stance of the revolutionary front on the comprehensive solution to the Sudanese issues, saying that the solution shall start with solving the humanitarian and security issue before engaging on the comprehensive dialogue.
He held the President of the republic Omer Al-Bashir the responsible for the suffering of the people of Darfur and the marginalized areas.
He said the government should stop war, genocide and bombardment of civilians if it was serious about dialogue.
He blamed President Al-Bashir for the secession of the South, the collapse of the agreements of Naivasha, Abuja, Cairo and the Homeland Call, saying that the agreements which were signed and violated by the government exceed 46.
He said that peace cannot be made in Sudan while the Janjaweed militias and the Rapid Support Forces are burning villages, killing innocents and raping girls.