This sounds promising. Today, the Sudan Tribune
publishes the following news article that hints at the Darfur-Darfur Dialogue and what might become of the Darfur rebels who broke away from JEM-Ibrahim and SLM-Nur to sign a Declaration of Commitment to the Darfur Peace Agreement
Senior Assistant of the President of the Republic and Chairman of the Regional Interim Authority for Darfur Minni Menawi announced on Saturday formation of the committees concerned with implementing the Darfur Peace Agreement (DPA) as follows:
1- The Higher Committee for the Implementation of the Darfur Peace Agreement (DPA), chaired by Engineer Abdul-Jabar Daousa.
2- The Wealth Committee, chaired by Dr. Al-Tigani Abdalla Badr.
3- The Power Committee, chaired by Abdalla Al-Tahir Abdalla.
4- The Legal Committee, chaired by Lawyer Abdul-Aziz Osman Sam.
5- The Information Committee, chaired by Mahjoub Hussein Mohamed.
6- The Security Arrangements Committee, chaired by Fadl-Essied Abdalla Fadl.
7- The Darfur-Darfur Dialogue Committee, chaired by Ali Hussein Daousa.
In the meantime, the Senior Assistant of the President of the Republic and Chairman of the Regional Interim Authority for Darfur said that formation of these committees constitutes the first step toward the implementation of the DPA prior to formation of the Interim Authority for Darfur.
He further said that the structures of the interim authority and nomination and appointment of the persons would be announced during the coming two days.
He added that the structures of the authority would include the two parties to the agreement and those who signed the Declaration of the Commitment to the agreement.
Wouldn't it be great if Ibrahim and Nur would get on board the Regional Interim Authority for Darfur and fight for what they want using non-violent means so that everyone can go home and grow their own food? Dream on.