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National Alliance of Political Parties urge IGAD to Re-adjust proposal

By Morris Dogga

The National Alliance of political parties has urged the inter-Governmental Authority on Development to scrutinize the bridging proposal it unveiled for the parties to the South Sudan conflict.

In a statement seen by Juba Monitor, Kornelio Kon Ngu the Chairperson of the National Alliance said the IGAD bridging proposal was irrational prior to power sharing rations and the naming of the other parties.

He said IGAD should mention specifically the ration for the other political parties that were in the alliances.

“We hope that IGAD will re-adjust the proposal to reflect the views of the parties submitted which will easily pave logical sense to sign lasting peace agreement,” Kon said in the statement.

Kon applauded the Parties and the stakeholders for signing the recommitment to the implementation of the Cessation of Hostility Agreement (COHA) saying such gradual processes would lead to the signing of the final peace deal.

The parties to the conflict failed to agree on the IGAD proposed power sharing and security arrangement when they met in the second phase of the talks in Addis Ababa last week.

However the talks were adjourned for later date following the rejection by the parties.

 

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