Sudan: Darfur Regional Authority rejects demands of rebel movements

Khartoum, Sudan (PANA) - The Darfur Regional Authority (DRA) has belittled the influence of  rebel movements on the ground, describing their conditions for participation in the forthcoming national dialogue conference as a decampment from basic issues.

DRA Legislative Council Speaker Saad Bahr al-Dinn was on Monday quoted by the Sudanese Media Center (SMC) representing as unacceptable the road-map that was issued 15 Sept. by the opposition Sudan Revolutionary Front (SRF).

The SRF road-map demands stopping the civil war, restoration of full freedoms, release of political detainees and prisoners and a pre-dialogue meeting in Addis Ababa as conditions for  its member movements to take part  in the conference set for next Saturday.

Bahr al-Dinn said the results of the national dialogue conference would serve as a basis for a peace-map that is not connected with foreign agenda that impair the sovereignty of the country.

The DRA is made up of former Darfur rebel movements which signed the Doha Document for Peace in Darfur (DDPD) with the Khartoum government.

The DRA was established following the signing of the Doha peace document to implement the agreement including development projects funded by Qatar. The body, which is entirely Darfurian, has political authority over all five state governors of Darfur.
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05 october 2015 19:24:12

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