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South Sudanese parties to resume talks on final peace agreement

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South Sudanese government spokesperson Michael Makuei Lueth (Photo ST)
August 11, 2018 (JUBA) - Talks on the final implementation matrix and the review of several issues in the signed governance agreement will resume on Sunday, said the South Sudanese government spokesperson Michael Makuei Lueth.

In a meeting held in Khartoum on Friday, the IGAD Council of Ministers adopted a draft matrix on the remaining items for the final document of a revitalized peace agreement. The meeting further decided to extend the talks in Khartoum until the 19 of August.

Several Sudanese officials who are part of the mediation team were busy during the past days with the meetings of the ruling National Congress Party.

In statements he made from Khartoum on Saturday, the information minister said the South Sudanese government delegation for the peace process will resume talks on Sunday with the mediators who will be scheduling between them and the opposition groups.

He added that they ready for the talks and held several meeting to prepare for the discussions with the mediation.

"After the signing of the agreement the government delegation has been working on the outstanding issue which we managed to identify as 6 issues," said Lueth.

He added they will give their contribution on some of these outstanding issues to the mediation and wait for others until the mediators extend their proposals.

"So we have clear positions and waiting for the mediation to sit with us to decide on all these issues," he further stressed.

The South Sudanese Opposition Alliance said they signed the governance deal because the IGDA pledged to review some dispositions of the article (4) of the governance agreement dealing with the number of states.

"The outstanding issues are no longer an issue because we have agreed on all the issues and all what is needed is to harmonize all these documents an come with a final agreement," said the minister.

He further said optimistic that the parties will meet the dateline determined by the IGAD Council of Ministers.

(ST)

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  • 12 August 02:40, by South South

    Kiir and Riak need to work together and forget the past, the rest is history. South Sudan oil production will be 100% this September and with peace, South Sudan is up again. Eastern, jubaone and The Rhino can wait for Trump to bring food to them.

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    • 12 August 07:43, by Eastern

      South South,

      I love your puerile reasoning, it’s both entertaing and disgusting. With the Dinka and the Nuer claiming top leadership in the country, there will continue to be endless peace jokes.....

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      • 12 August 11:26, by South South

        Eastern,

        The very good news is that you and your thief Thomas Cirillo are now the tiniest, tiny people in the eyes of South Sudanese. All what we need is Kiir and Riak to hold peace together. Any singing tiny person after that is nothing, but a big joke. By September 2018, our government will have money from our oil. What can you do Eastern? Just hit your keyboard.

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        • 12 August 12:28, by jubaone

          South South
          From 2005 till 2013 oil was produced and no development ever occurred in Jiengelands and nyagatlands. Even if you used 100% of the oil still nothing will happen. Neither the kiirminal nor his associates have built for themselves homes in their areas. Home is where free food is. Losers

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          • 12 August 18:24, by South South

            jubaone,

            Don’t talk to me like that you a little crying baby. Your thief uncle called Thomas Cirillo is now hiding in Addis Ababa. We have Gen. Khalid Butrous who took over NAS and he is with us. Shut up loser. Development is coming to South Sudan in 2018. Peace is coming to South Sudan in 2018, shut up.

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  • 12 August 19:21, by One people

    South Sudan
    please leave those losers names Estern Jubaone The Rhino alone, you gonna make them cry too much or you gonna make them kill themselves,just tell those racist kids to shut up. The good news that our country economy it’s going to be very booming soon. Estern Jubaone The Rhino go and tell your Thomas C who is struggling to leave army for politics to come back or we will go capture him

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  • 13 August 15:33, by Activist # 25

    You see what we have been talking about. The lunatics, "Dinka" think the peace in south sudan is about SK and RM. They think their main obstacle to peace was RM. Wow, so you think if you sign peace with RM it’s now over right? Watch and see. So if some of you think we are just "tiny" people in the equation of South Sudan issues, this is exactly how we shall never live in peace with Dinka.

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  • 13 August 15:34, by Activist # 25

    You see what we have been talking about. The lunatics, "Dinka" think the peace in south sudan is about SK and RM. They think their main obstacle to peace was RM. Wow, so you think if you sign peace with RM it’s now over right? Watch and see. So if some of you think we are just "tiny" people in the equation of South Sudan issues, this is exactly how we shall never live in peace with Dinka.

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