Title: Sudan’s Assistant of President attributes the Two Areas crisis to the negatives accompanied the las
Author: SudaneseOnline News
Date: 12-16-2014, 05:16 PM
December 16, 2014-Khartoum-SudaneseOnline-Assistant of President and chairman of the Beja Congress, Musa Mohamed Ahmed, has attributed crisis of Blue Nile and South Kordofan to the negatives that accompanied the last general elections, calling on the National Elections Commission (NEC) to postpone the polls until the political forces reach an agreement on the national dialogue.
during his addressing the party’s supports in Kassala state on Monday, Ahmed criticized the processes of development in the east Sudan, noting that the Eastern Sudan Peace Agreement (ESPA) had stopped the war but it failed to fulfill aspirations of eastern people because the government has not implement most of its clauses
The Eastern Front, including the Beja Congress, signed the Eastern Sudan Peace Agreement (ESPA) with the Sudanese government in October 2006. The ESPA stipulates the integration of former Beja Congress fighters into civil and military services, which has not been implemented so far.
Omar Hashem, the chairman of the Committee of Beja Congress Ex-Combatants in the Red Sea State, and the Eastern Front, accused the three leaders of carrying out the agenda of the ruling National Congress Party, “in order to serve their own issues and personal interests”. Hashem explained that the committee sat with Musa Mohamed Ahmed during his visit to Port Sudan last week. “But the presidential assistant does not have the ability to handle the issues of the Beja Congress and the people of eastern Sudan through official central of state channels. The meeting concluded that Musa Ahmed is unable to confront the President, or the eastern Sudan Governors, on these issues.” He stressed the diseases and hunger “that caused the deaths of a lot of people”.