Sudan's Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok welcomed rebel leaders to the capital Khartoum on Sunday, as crowds celebrated what they hoped was the end of war following a landmark peace . Sudan’s transitional government and most of its main rebel groups signed a peace deal on Monday in the hope of ending a long conflict that has left hundreds of thousands dead and displaced millions. It is Noteworthy that the Sudan Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) entered Khartoum during this time in quite different circumstances, mainly to herald a Just sustainable Peace for all the. On 3 October, SRF signed a peace agreement with the Sudanese sovereign council in the South Sudan capital city of Juba, which aimed at ending the country's decades-long civil wars.
Tens of thousands of people gathered at Freedom Square in Khartoum yesterday morning to welcome the leaders of the Sudan Revolutionary Front (SRF) rebel alliance, who signed the Juba Peace. Sudan's government and rebels are to sign a landmark peace deal Saturday in a bid to end decades of war in which hundreds of thousands died -- a historic achievement, if it holds. Sudan said Wednesday that government and rebel leaders had met to begin implementing a peace deal that aims to end a war, which has left hundreds of thousands of people dead and millions displaced. Rebel commanders from the Sudan Revolutionary Front (SRF) and the transitional government met on Tuesday, a day after striking the deal in South. Sudan government agrees to peace deal with five rebel groups This article is more than 2 months old Pact covers security, land ownership, power sharing and return of displaced people.
“End the wars” and “peace in our land” were the rallying cries for the protests that ultimately ousted Sudan’s long-ruling strongman Omar al-Bashir in The country had been. The displaced people in Darfur have declared their full support for the peace initiative proposed by the head of the mainstream Sudan Liberation Movement (SLM-AW), Abdelwahid El Nur. A high-level. Sudan is looking towards a brighter future after the initialling of the Juba peace agreement on Aug an important first step towards bringing peace to the conflict zones and laying the foundation for democratic transition and economic reform throughout the country. The peace talks took longer than expected in part because Africa’s third-largest country has been in civil conflict for most of the 70 years since independence, leaving millions killed or displaced.