Civil society complain of being excluded from the peace deliberations in Khartoum

Posted: June 30, 2018 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Junub Sudan

South Sudanese civil society leaders complain of being excluded from direct participation in the peace talks in Khartoum, Sudan

Saturday, June 30, 2018 (PW) — The peace talks is going on well in Khartoum. Currently the parties are dicussing secuirty arrangement outstanding issues. The methodology of Sudan mediation of HLRF is totally different from the past experiences in Addis Ababa.

Mr. Edmund Yakani Executive Director of CEPO says today we the delegates/represntaives of civil society, women, business community and faith based group are totally isolated or rejected from attending or participating in the deliberations on the secuirty arrangement outstanding issues.We are here not to stay in hotel drinking and eating not directly participating in the deliberation of our peace process.

We are calling upon the leaders of IGAd and Specail Envoy for South Sudan office to immediately intervene on this matter of our isolation from the direct participation in the deliberations, Mr. Yakani stressed

Sudan process is underminding us as delegations to the peace process. This is unacceptable mistreatment and underminding tactics. We are not to khartoum in oder to rub stamp the peace process documents.

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