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Pakasuru: The mandate and powers of the First Deputy were not resolved

Khartoum, August, 21st, 2018

Pakasuru: The mandate and powers of the First Deputy were not resolved

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The parties participating in the ongoing peace talks in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum have confirmed the suspension of the negotiations and that they will resume in the 25th of this month.

The President of the National Movement for Change and member of the coalition of opposition forces (Sawa), Joseph Benghazi Pakasuru, said in a statement Monday that the talks are going well, but he went on to say that there are points have not been agreed upon, namely the number of states and borders, To the President.

He added that all the committees that have been formed have completed their work, with the presence of complaints from some parties, revealing a workshop for the Security Commission, which will be held on the 27th to the 29th of this month.


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