CEPO: Fact Sheet for the IGAD Proposal on Power Sharing and Security Arrangement

Posted: May 22, 2018 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in CEPO, Junub Sudan

CEPO fact sheet on the power sharing arrangement

Tuesday, May 22, 2018 (PW) — CEPO is urging South Sudan parties to take the opportunity seriously and get engage in making compromises for peace. The citizens of South Sudan want peace urgently without any delay or dragging of feet. The table proposal of IGAD should offer a chance of making the parties drawing resolutions on sorting out the outstanding issues on Governance. Mr. Edmund Yakani, Executive Director of CEPO, says negotiating peace is not always based on the win-loss approach but it is based on win-win approach. Therefore, South Sudan parties should take responsibility for losing and winning for peace. Peace has a price that always any party in peace mediation can face.

The Community Empowerment for Progress Organization (CEPO) is a non-profit, civil society, South Sudanese organization, registered by the Ministry of Justice on 17th November 2010. The organization was initially formed in Khartoum in 1999 and consisted of mostly University students, but its scope broadened after it was established in Juba, Southern Sudan as a separate entity. Presently, CEPO is engaged in the areas of Peace and conflict mitigation, human rights, rule of law, livelihood, governance and democratic transformation. MR. EDMUND YAKANI BERIZILIOUS is the Executive Director of CEPO.

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