Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Sudan: New Justice and Equality Movement (NJEM) rebels join dialogue process with Sudanese Government


The New Justice and Equality Movement (NJEM), a breakaway faction from the mother rebel group Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) that fights the Sudanese Government in Darfur, has declared it was joining the ongoing national dialogue after Khartoum had consented to a number of preconditions it set earlier.

NJEM leader Mansour Arbab Younis said the Sudanese government “accepted most of the conditions the movement had put forward , foremost the extension of the ceasefire and the extension of the national dialogue duration, to allow others to join the dialogue initiative”.

The NJEM leaderships arrived Khartoum a fortnight ago, but they refrained from joining the process until the government fulfils a package of prerequisites that include the publication of a list of rebels detained in the Nakhara battle (in South Darfur) between the Government forces and the JEM, in late April 2015.

The News:
http://sudantribune. … pip.php?article57604



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