Darfur movements signatories to Tripoli, Libya, Agreement have endorsed the American proposal calling for a 90-day fire cessation pact
Source: Sudan Vision Daily, May 10, 2009 (Khartoum) by Mona Al-Bashir:
90-day Ceasefire Pact Concluded in Doha
The AU-UN Joint Chief Mediator, Djibril Bassolé said the ICC resolution against President Al-Bashir as not encouraging to mediators nor is it to the negotiation process, adding that it has created a rift between parties to peace talks.
In an interview with the Doha-based Jazeera Satellite TV Channel last Friday, Bassolé said that dialogue is a proper avenue to sustainable peace in the region of Darfur, remarking that the multiplicity of movements' participant in Doha talks indicates diversity of population in the region.
As has been reported by movements' delegation chief, Mahjoub Hussain , to the Sudanese Arabic Daily, Alsahafa, Darfur movements signatories to Tripoli, Libya, Agreement have endorsed the American proposal calling for a 90-day fire cessation pact to prelude resumption of dialogue in Doha. The three main signatories included JEM, SLM/ Abdelwahid and SLM/Unity Factions.
According to his speculations, movements will sign the proposal within two weeks time in regional and international presence along with Washington Presidential Envoy, Scott Gration.
Hussain views this deal as distinct from preceding ones in as much as it is a framework peace agreement that sets the stage for comprehensive negotiations that will include six debatable protocols, namely, security, power, wealth, justice, IDPs and refugees as well as the future intactness of the region or otherwise.