PEACE ACCORD IS CLOSE TO BE SIGNED IN S. SUDAN




Mustafa AY – TDO – 30.08.2018 In order to immediately cease civil war prolonged between S. Sudanese government forces and armed rebels for 5 years, opposing parties sat on the reconciliation table on June first. On 5th of August, after negotiating to reach a consensus on the conditions for the reconciliation, opposing parties eventually signed the first draft of peace treaty in Sudan’s capital Khartoum. However, on Tuesday, S. Sudanese armed insurgence’s leader Riek Machar unpredictably refused to sign the final draft of peace treaty because of having reservations against S. Sudanese President Salva Kiir Mayardit. But, Sudanese FM Al-Dirdiri Muhammed has made colossal effort to conceive Machar of proceeding with negotiations since Tuesday, Machar reportedly decided on continuing the talks of peace. According to the reports, that the opposing parties will sign the final draft of peace accord on August 30 is expected.