Sudan govt. will only talk with armed movements in Addis

Sudan govt. will only talk with armed movements in Addis


10-26-2015, 04:23 PM


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Title: Sudan govt. will only talk with armed movements in Addis
Author: Radio Dabanga
Date: 10-26-2015, 04:23 PM

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October 26 - 2015andnbsp;KHARTOUM
The AU mediation team consults Sudan opposition leaders in Addis Ababa on 22 August 2015 (AUHIP)
The AU mediation team consults Sudan opposition leaders in Addis Ababa on 22 August 2015 (AUHIP)

The National Consensus Forces (NCF) have not received an invitation from the AU High-level Implementation Panel (AUHIP) to meet with the Sudanese government in Addis Ababa on 2 November.andnbsp;The Sudanese government is willing to take part in a preparatory meeting on the National Dialogue, brokered by the AUHIP, yet the meeting should be confined to the rebel movements only.

Tareg Abdelmajeed, the secretary of the NCF coalition of opposition parties said in an interview in Radio Dabanga’sandnbsp;Milafaat Sudaniyaandnbsp;on Sunday that they have not received an invitation for a preparatory National Dialogue meeting. He said the NCF will discuss the issue with their allies, the Sudan Revolutionary Front (SRF) rebel alliance and the National Umma Party.

On Tuesday, the Sudanese government said it received an invitation from the AU mediation team to resume peace talks with the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-N) on the Two Areas (South Kordofan and the Blue Nile in the Ethiopian capital on 2 November.

Priorities

However, SPLM-N Secretary-General Yasir Arman told Radio Dabanga last Thursday that they had not yet received an invitation. He said that the priorities of the new negotiation round were still a subject of discussion; whether to start with a preparatory National Dialogue meeting, or a meeting on a cessation of hostilities in the Two Areas.

Arman said the SPLM-N prepared themselves for two scenarios: “We will go to Addis Ababa, where we will demand a comprehensive solution [for all crises in Sudan] until it becomes a major issue on Sudanese, regional, and international agendas.” The rebel movement also plans to discuss a ceasefire in the Two Areas to allow humanitarian organisations access to the war-torn areas. “The issue of the delivery of aid will be presented as a top priority,” he stressed.

Rebels only

On Sunday, the Sudanese government affirmed its readiness to meet with the armed movements in a preparatory meeting for the National Dialogue at any time determined by the AUHIP.

In a press conference in Khartoum, member of the 7+7 National Dialogue Coordination Committee and Assistant to the President Ibrahim Mahmoud Hamed definitively ruled-out any preparatory meeting abroad with opposition parties present in the country. These parties are welcome to join the National Dialogue sessions in Khartoum, he said. The 2 November meeting in Addis Ababa will be restricted to the rebel movements.

Minister of Foreign Affairs Dr Ibrahim Ghandour met with AUHIP chairman Thabo Mbeki last Friday in the Ethiopian capital, to discuss his proposal for holding a pre-dialogue meeting with the armed opposition.






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  • Sudan’s government warns those who seek to disrupt the elections
  • Sudan: Detention of Abu Eisa, Madani extended for two weeks
  • AU mediation puts forward a new approach to negotiations in Sudanese conflict
  • Sudanese opposition starts Leave! campaign
  • Press Release from Sudanese Writers Union (SWU)
  • Liberation and Justice Movement -LJM apology to people of Darfur
  • 400 JEM faction combatants to merge with Sudan army
  • EU expresses its concern at the difficulties facing Sudan’s national dialogue
  • More bombs fall on Golo, Central Darfur
  • Sudanese court renews detention of opposition leader
  • Sudanese El Midan gagged for 10th time
  • 10th anniversary of The Massacre marked in Port Sudan
  • USAID, BRAC Launch Project to Reach Out-of-School Children in South Sudan
  • Africa Union Peace and Security Council stands in the way of Justice in South Sudan
  • Former Sudan Lost Boy Becomes Chess Master in NYC
  • Police shoots two bus passengers in eastern Sudan
  • Re: Sudanese-Chinese talks convened today in Khartoum
  • West Darfur girls’ team wins national basketball cup
  • Ministry has spent donor money: angry MPs in eastern Sudan
  • Integration of more than (5,000) soldiers in eastern Sudan
  • Darfur JEM refuses to participate in South Kordofan military operations
  • Sudan’s Assistant of President attributes the Two Areas crisis to the negatives accompanied the las
  • Appearance of unknown fever accompanied by bleeding in a number of Sudan’s states: Health Ministry
  • and#8203; The SPLM-N Statement at the Opening Session of the Addis Ababa Negotiation on November 12, 2014
  • Beja Congress Condemns Rape of Women in Darfur
  • Eastern Sudan leader warns for Darfur scenario in the region
  • Sudan Eastern Front to dismiss leaders: spokesman
  • Developments in South Sudan Conflict: Small Arms and Light Weapons in South Sudan and Sudan: Is tha
  • Water crisis in Sudan’s Red Sea state, new hemorrhagic fever cases
  • Sudan acknowledges significant increase in human trafficking
  • Presentation by the Independent Expert on the Situation of Human Rights in Sudan
  • US discusses resettlement of Eritrean and Ethiopian refugees in eastern Sudan
  • Eastern Sudan ex-combatants ‘lose confidence’ in leaders
  • Torrents, floods destroy homes, isolate villages in Darfur, eastern Sudan
  • Humanitarian disaster in Red Sea State: eastern Sudan MP
  • Canada contributes 5 million dollars to support fighting hunger in Sudan
  • Deputy in Parliament: landmines kill 80 persons in eastern Sudan
  • Leaders in Beja congress request ouster of Presidential assistant
  • Democratic Unionist group to cooperate with Sudan Revolutionary Front
  • ‘No room for Sudan Revolutionary Front in peace talks’: Ghandour
  • Million signatures campaign to remove governor, protests in eastern Sudan
  • Sudan’s 2015 elections: an ominous deja vu؟
  • Sudan man’s search for better life dies in desert
  • Protesting student in Port Sudan imprisoned
  • 9 Sudanese migrants die, 300 rescued in Libya desert
  • Comprehensive solution requires rebuilding of Sudan: United People's Front
  • Rebel SRF road map towards National Dialogue Sudan
  • 'UN missions fail to grasp Darfur, Sudan conflict': human rights activist
  • Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood leader visits Khartoum
  • Eastern Sudan Alliance warns against influx of refugees
  • Khartoum suspends U.N. refugee aid program in east Sudan
  • Sudan Human Rights and Humanitarian Bulletin for February 2014
  • Unknown planes launch strikes on convoy of arms smugglers in eastern Sudan
  • Sudan’s Humanitarian Aid Commission suspends the International Committee of the Red Cross’ operatio
  • Thousands of South Sudanese head home from Sudan
  • More than half a million people affected by flooding in Sudan

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  • مافشل فيه المؤتمر الوطني ... أنجزه المنشقون عن الأصل بقلم صلاح الباشا
  • فاطمة أحمد ابراهيم تسلم عليكم كوووولكم !! بقلم خضرعطا المنان
  • صُناع أزمات لا رجال بطولات بقلم كمال الهِدي
  • الحركة الشعبية شمال ... والنهاية الابدية بقلم بقلم الاستاذ. سليم عبد الرحمن دكين لندن بريطانيا
  • لماذا رحب الأردن بتصريحات نتانياهو؟ بقلم د. فايز أبو شمالة
  • أبكي كبكي.. شلالو يبكي بقلم نور الدين محمد عثمان نور الدين
  • أحلى مؤامرة !! بقلم صلاح الدين عووضة
  • توحيد الجبهة الثورية لماذا..!! بقلم عبد الباقى الظافر
  • منصور خالد .. مرة أخرى بقلم الطيب مصطفى
  • ( أعمل رايح ) بقلم الطاهر ساتي
  • الرأي والرؤية وأزمة الإنتماء الوطنى!! بقلم حيدر احمد خيرالله
  • المسؤلون في الدولة: هل يدفعون الضرائب في بلادنا ؟؟!! بقلم احمد حسن كرار
  • السرطان- منتج خبيث آخر من منتجات نظام الانقاذ! بقلم عثمان محمد حسن
  • العهر بالكلمات بقلم عبدالله علقم
  • القيادة (المٌكلفة) للحركة الشعبية تَفّصِل دكتور أبكر آدم إسمّاعيل..وآخري بقلم عبدالوهاب الأنصاري
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