The head of Sudan Liberation Movement–Second Revolution, Abulgasim Imam expressed firm rejection to associate the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) led by Jibril Ibrahim refusal to the resumption of negotiations on the Darfur peace with the protests.
Speaking to SMC, the movement leader, Mohammad Idris said that the Jibril’s refusal to resume negotiations aimed to pressure on the government in light of the current protests, indicating that the current economic conditions in the country are moving toward a solution.
He consider that the armed movements and political forces which investing the current events are just war traders.
In the same context, the leader of the Justice and Equality Movement, led by Bakhit Debgo said that Jibril refusal to negotiate is “a non-objective talk and fake tournaments “, noting that there is a moral obligation of these movements to mediator to resume the peace negotiations.
He added, the peace process in Darfur is an urgent and important issue, in which everyone must move forward towards peace.