12th July, 2017
The National Democratic Movement (NDM) received on the 6th July, 2017 an official invitation from the President of Uganda, H.E. Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, to attend a meeting scheduled to take place on the 13th instant in Entebbe. The objective of the envisaged meeting is to conduct an all inclusive dialogue in order to achieve and bring peace to South Sudan.
The search for lasting peace and stability in the Republic of South Sudan has been the cardinal principle and objective of the National Democratic Movement (NDM) since its inception a year ago. The conflict in our nascent state is political in nature and hence it could only be resolved amicably through constructive and all inclusive dialogue, contrary to the government’s belief in a militarily solution. We are committed to a genuine sustainable peace that would address the root causes of the conflict in South Sudan, including the need of ensuring justice to the victims of the conflict by holding the perpetrates accountable for heinous crimes commissioned since the beginning of the conflict in December 2013. Therefore, the NDM has accepted the invitation.
The National Democratic Movement (NDM) is sending three (3) person delegation to Entebbe led by our Secretary-General, David William Tut, and includes: Mr. Muzamil Fadul, member of the National Executive Committee and Mr. Dennis Aywok Yor, member of the National Leadership Council. We trust the initiative by H.E. President Yoweri Museveni is a serious step towards saving our country from disintegration and total collapse as a result of the misguided policies and actions of the ethnocentric kleptocratic regime in Juba and its outfit, the Jieng Council of Elders.
Long live the struggle of our people
Long live South Sudan
A luta continua
Amb. Emmanuel Aban
For/ the Spokesman, The National Democratic Movement (NDM)
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