Transitional sovereignty: critical negotiations tomorrow in Juba with the SPLM

The Transitional Sovereignty Council in Sudan quoted a president Southern mediation He said that tomorrow will be the crucial meeting for die Juba negotiations between the delegations of the transitional government and the SPLM Nord will be.

The Southern Mediation, led by Advisor Tut Gallwak, Advisor to the President of the Republic of South Sudan on Security Affairs, continued its consultations with the interim government delegations and the SPLM-N to discuss the remaining issues today, Monday.

A member of the Transitional Sovereignty Council, Lieutenant General Shams El-Din Kabbashi, presided die Government delegation while die Delegation of the People’s Movement North led by its General Secretary Ammar Amon.

Tut Galwak, head of the Southern Mediation Team, said in a press release that these meetings are aimed at die Bridging views between the two negotiating delegations on the issues at stake, emphasizing the commitment of the two parties to the peace process for die Peace option as a central issue.

He stated that the main problem is the relationship of religion to the state, which is through die Signing of the policy statement in Juba between the chairman of the Sovereign Council, Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan and the head of the SPLM north of Abdulaziz Al-Hilu, with different points of view on the matter. Tomorrow’s meeting will be the crucial one, which means that we either sign the framework agreement or we die Raise the round of negotiations. “

The head of the mediation team south appealed die Both parties to the peace process to move forward on the path of peace and to benefit from the positive atmosphere of the meeting of the chairman of the Transitional Sovereignty Council with the chairman of the SPLM North to put an end to the suffering of the citizens affected by the war scourge.

Adviser Tut Gallwak stated that die Mediation efforts in Implementation of the instructions of the President of the Republic of South Sudan, Lieutenant General Salva Kiir Mayardit, die Efforts to continue peace in Sudan, and referred to die Shuttle tours team carried out by the agency in Khartoum and Juba and its meetings with the Sudanese government and the SPLM-N. With the aim of, die In advancing peace negotiations, he said, “The gain for all is to achieve peace and stop the bloodshed between their sons.” Nation.”

The head of the placement team praised it die Chad’s role in supporting the peace process in Sudan, saying that, despite the circumstances Chad has faced, upon the departure of its President, Idriss Deby, Chad was its ambassador in the Sudan and in sent to South Sudan in the Juba negotiations, die confirm their interest in and pursuit of stability in Sudan.

Have a week ago die Delegations of the transitional government and the “Northern People’s Movement” in the capital of South Sudan, Juba, die direct negotiations resumed.

The southern mediation team, led by Tut Gallwak, security advisor to the President of the Republic of South Sudan, attended, according to the Sudanese Transitional Sovereign Council.

It was also decided die To extend the negotiation time between the two delegations by one week in order to die Approach views and address issues that have not yet been agreed.

The draft agreement proposed the framework that die SPLM submitted to the government delegation in order to die to replace political and legal institutions of governance, according to local media.

On the other hand were die controversial issues not disclosed since die South Sudanese negotiating and mediation delegations were kept secret die Not to influence public opinion about the peace process that began on May 26th.

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