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El-Genaina, July 28(SUNA)-Wali(governor) of West Darfur State, General Khamis Abdalla Abbakar said that the issue of the peaceful co-existence was one of the goals of the Juba Peace deal.
This came while the Wali was addressing Wednesday the opening sitting of the Peaceful Co-existence Promotion Forum which was organized by the Justice, Truth and Reconciliation Commission(JTRC).
The Wali announced adoption to all initiatives that promote the communal peaceful co-existence for silencing the gun and maintain security and stability in the State , calling the participants to implement the outcome of the workshop through convocation of similar workshops at IDPs camps , villages and markets .
He called leaders of the native administration and the civil society organizations and parties to the peace process to fully bear their responsibilities towards peace and stability in the area and to work for addressing the humanitarian situation in the State.
The Wali of West Darfur attributed failure of the tribal reconciliations during the previous regimes to lack of political will , rule of law , engagement of communities with political conflicts and disrespect of others.
The JTRC Secretary-General, Mansour Abbakar Nayer pointed out that one of the goals of the commission is to assess the root causes of the conflict in Darfur through holding forums to come out with recommendations that would be presented to government of the State to take decisions that support the peaceful co-existence by finding radical solutions to the problems.
Representative of the Native administration in the West Darfur State, Yahya Bolad, underlined importance of convocation of forums to achieve reconciliations and to live in peace , security tranquility.
It is to be noted that the forum discussed two working papers, one about rule of law and co-existence promotion and the other paper tackled the role of the native administration in promotion of peaceful co-existence and that representatives of international and local organizations, parties to peace process and civil society organizations took part in the forum.