National Dialogue’s Uganda mission completes as Kenya consultations start

Posted: November 26, 2017 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Junub Sudan, Press Release

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National Dialogue’s Uganda mission completes as Kenya consultations start

ND Outreach

Nairobi – Kenya/November 26, 2017

National Dialogue, concept reflictions by Mading Deng

“In this polarized and polarizing conflict, perceptions can overshadow reality, and whatever the equation of the power structures, the Dinka are being seen as having replaced the Arabs as the rulers in an ethnically unjust system. As the various ethnic groups converge against what they perceive as Dinka domination, the Dinka in turn begin to perceive themselves as targeted and paradoxically as in imminent danger of a genocidal onslaught. They therefore strive to mobilize themselves in self-defense.” – Dr Francis Mading Deng – SOUTH SUDAN NATIONAL DIALOGUE; Conceptual Reflections page 43

November 26, 2017 (SSB) — The National Dialogue’s Sub-committee on Refugees and International Outreach has arrived in Nairobi-Kenya for a fresh consultation action with South Sudanese citizens after having completed 13-day Consultation mission with refugees and other groups in the Republic of Uganda.

The National Dialogue’s delegates have finished the last consultative action in Adjumani district of Uganda on Friday as they traveled to Kampala and flew immediately using Kenya airways to Jomo Kenyata International Airport by Saturday evening.

Consultations in Kenya start on Monday/ November 27, 2017 with at least 20 prominent leaders (civil society, community leaders, religious groups, academics and influential personalities amongst political parties) of South Sudanese communities in Nairobi Kenya.

This first consultative session shall draw an approach and selection of stakeholders that will participate in the main consultative sessions which shall run for at least 2-3 days within Nairobi before the members of Sub-committee on Refugees and International Outreach can proceed to consult with refugees in Kakuma and Kalobeyei Settlements north of the Republic of Kenya.

The sub-committee on Refugees and International outreach urges all political parties to participate and contribute with their views to the agenda of National Dialogue which may change the path of the Republic of South Sudan form current stateright.

The overall report on the consultative process in the Republic of Uganda shall be released in one-week period from the completion thereof.

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