Al Hadi Affirms Keenness on Work with Partners for Reaching Juba Peace Agreement its Goals
Khartoum, Oct.3(SUNA)-The member of the Transitional Sovereignty Council(TSC) and Chairman of the Revolutionary Front, Dr Al Hadi Idris, has saluted the Sudanese people on occasion of the first anniversary of Juba Agreement for Peace in Sudan which he described it as great and addressed the root causes of the Sudanese problem, stressing his full keenness to work with the partners for achieving the Agreement major goals of making the democratic transition and stability of the country.
He lauded the role of government and people of the Republic of South Sudan in hosting and supporting the Sudan’s peace process.
This came while he was addressing the regular forum of Sudan News Agency (SUNA) Sunday on occasion of the first anniversary of signing of the Juba Agreement for Peace in Sudan which coincides with the October , the 3rd.
Dr Al Hadi said the signing of the agreement itself was considered a great achievement that ended the war and supported the government of the transitional period in attaining one of its goals , namely achievement of peace, external openness, removing Sudan from the list of State Sponsors of Terrorism and attracting support from the international institutions.
He stressed that none of the peace tracks of the Juba Agreement should not be canceled because all tracks have achieved great gains for the citizens, saying the oppositions have the right to open the agreement and negotiate over it, expressing his optimism in the ability of the sons of the country to lead Sudan to a bright future
Dr. Al-Hadi added that many people around the world are looking forward to the experiment of the partnership between the military and civilians in the country, which, he said, can be a copied if all the parties to the partnership cooperate to work to reach to a civil state and democratic transformation through free and fair elections.
Dr Al-Hadi reviewed the positive aspects of the Juba Peace Agreement, the most important of which is the peace the country is witnessing , indicating that the signatory movements did not have any friction between them. He said that the agreement also achieved transitional justice, as many of the laws stipulated in the agreement were approved, such as anti-corruption laws and the elimination of empowerment.
He renewed their cooperation in connection of those who wanted by International Criminal Court(ICC), where, he further added, the Council of Ministers agreed to that and all the components that signed the Declaration of Freedom and Change.
The TSC member expressed his hope that the parties that did not sign the agreement Abdul Aziz Al-Hilu and Abdul Wahid Mohamed Nour would joint the agreement.
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