Nyala, Jan. 19 (SUNA) – The head of the Sudanese Justice and Equality Movement and Minister of Finance, Dr. Jibril Ibrahim, indicated that the peace agreement signed in Juba, the capital of South Sudan, between the parties to the peace process and the government, is one of the best agreements signed in Sudan in seven decades.
During his address to the masses of Nyala city, in the state of South Darfur, today, retireted not to return to war again, pointing to parties that have been opposing the Juba peace agreement since its first day, indicating that is unacceptable, noting that the delay in implementing of provisions of the Juba peace, which is a must, is due to some obstacles, especially the lack of political agreement.
He called on local communities to work with their great influence to achieve reconciliation, and that the government, society, pointing to the great burden lays on leaders of native administrations and other components for achieving stability, extending condolence on victims of recent conflicts in South Darfur.
The head of the Sudanese Justice and Equality Movement, Minister of Finance, Dr. Jibril Ibrahim, started a two days visit to the state of South Darfur today, during which he will review the situation in the state, inspecting the Civilian Protection Forces, in addition to holding various meetings.
The Minister of Finance is accompanied by a high-ranking delegation including the Minister of Social Welfare, Ahmed Adam Bakhit, and a number of leaders of the Sudanese Justice and Equality Movement, including Lieutenant General Suleiman Sandal and Abdel Aziz Usher, the Minister of Health of the Government of Darfur, Babiker Hamdin, and a number of leaders.