Khartoum, Feb.2(SUNA) – The Member of the Transitional Sovereignty Council (TSC),  Head of the Sudan Revolutionary Front (SRF), Dr El Hadi Idris, said that what distinguishes the Juba Agreement for Peace in Sudan, is its dealing with the national issues as well as issues of areas and regions.

The remarks made by Dr. El- Hadi Idris, commenting on a paper entitled “Definition of the contents and features of the Juba agreement for Peace in Sudan and the key challenges of implementation ", presented today in the Friendship Hall, by Dr.Yunis Mohammed.

The TSC Member, explained that the issues included in the Juba Agreement were not mentioned in previous agreements in addition to the relationship between the Juba Agreement for peace in Sudan with the framework agreement.

 Dr El Hadi Idris pointed out that what distinguishes the Juba Agreement is that the previous agreements dealt with the issues of specific areas and regions, while the Juba Agreement dealt with national issues, adding that the Juba Agreement inked in a different formulation and date, while the previous agreements signed during the era of totalitarian regimes, stressing that the totalitarian regimes work against reforms without making essential of the to issues, as it works to accommodate the elites and did not work to involve the real stakeholders.

He explained that the glorious December revolution opened the way for the country's real issues that were mentioned in the Juba Agreement, stressing their keenness to implement the Juba Agreement despite the passing of two years of the agreement and that this conference is a revival of the Juba Agreement.

The TSC Member said that the most prominent contents of the Juba Agreement were that it was founded on a democratic basis and that the power belongs to the people besides that the agreement addressed the most important political issues due to its connection to the peace process, stoppage of the war and democratization in the country.

He indicated that the Juba Agreement talked about the issue of separating religion from the state rule as a fundamental issue that preoccupied public opinion and stipulated that religion should not be exploited in power, in addition to dealing with issues in their overall framework and the participation of the people in all levels of government, beside the participation of women at a rate of no less than 40% levels of  the government, saying that the Juba Agreement also addressed the need to hold a constitutional conference in the country before the end of the transitional period.


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