CEPO: President Bashir officially serves KiiRiek with the Framework Agreement

Posted: June 27, 2018 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Junub Sudan

COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT FOR PROGRESS ORGANIZATION

West of Equatoria Towner, Women Union Building, Hai Neem –Kator Block-Juba

Wednesday, June 27, 2018 (PW) — The President Salva Kiir and opposition leader Riek Machar have been served with a draft framework agreement by President Omar al-Bashir, as a critical step towards resolving the conflict.

The details of the draft document given to the South Sudan warring parties are expected to be announced later.  Community Empowerment for Progress Organization appreciates the practicability of Sudan president in pushing the South Sudan warring parties to reach a deal. Khartoum meeting should make the principals to initial a framework for a peace accord. This is what we are calling for since the kick-off of Khartoum meeting.

Mr. Edmund Yakani, Executive Director of CEPO calls for Sudan leadership to urgent announces the framework publically for engagement of the public. The peace agreement is public interest process, so requires public to be aware of it. What is for South Sudanese should involve South Sudanese otherwise is against South Sudanese

Sudan we appreciate your leadership push and pressure on the warring parties of South Sudan through the principals’ face-to-face meeting. Making Khartoum Meeting as resulted-oriented meeting will be a great positive step forward.

Observing the increase of optimism for peace from the principals after the meeting sessions is a great gesture for showing the Khartoum meeting is in good pathway to peace. Mr. Yakani stressed

Finally, CEPO is calling for Khartoum meeting to provide officially updates for the citizens. Updating the citizens regularly is essential for winning the public trust and confidence on the outcomes of the Khartoum meeting.

CEPO calls upon President Omer Al Bashir to ensure the affirmative action of 35% for women is protected and not undermined including recognition of the youth participation and representation in the public life

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