Sudan: Bashir vows to impose peace all over Sudan

Khartoum, Sudan (PANA) - President Omar Bashir has vowed to bring all parts of the Sudan under his government's control and to impose security, peace and stability.

According to the official Radio Omdurman of Monday Bashir, who was speaking at a meeting on Sunday of the ruling National Congress Party (NCP), which he chairs, renewed a call to the remaining rebel armed movements to join the peace process.

He stressed that these rebel movements, mostly from the Nuba Mountains and the Blue Nile region of southwestern and southeastern Sudan, respectively, should be part of the forthcoming National Accord government.

The National Accord government was formed upon recommendation of a two-year process in Khartoum in which almost all political parties and some rebel movements participated without any foreign supervision of control.

He said his party would try to absorb all 116 political parties and movements, which participated in the National Dialogue, into the national accord government, adding that the political parties and movements would be represented in the government that follows the 2020 elections according to their respective electoral weights.
-0- PANA MO/MA 17April2017

17 april 2017 10:57:24




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