Al-Ayam: On the Sudanese negotiations
Sudan, Politics, 11/11/2002
The official spokesman for the rebels movement in southern, Sudan Yasser Araman, has stressed that it is premature to talk about signing an agreement between the Sudanese government and the movement in Mashakos next Saturday, concerning the two issues of dividing resources and authority in the country.
The Sudanese daily al-Ayam quoted Araman as saying in a telephone call from Mashakos that the two issues of sharing resources and the authority have not been resolved yet, and that there are efforts made in the lounges of the negotiations and in other capitals and also contacts carried out by observers to bring view points together between the two sides, noting that these efforts have not yielded yet and that next week will be long and difficult.
Araman explained that there are indicators that reveal the postponement of certain issues regarding the sharing of authority and resources until January, 2003.
Araman's statements came in comment of what was announced by member of the Sudanese government delegation, Amin Omar, that the meetings will be concluded next Saturday by signing a framework paper including what was agreed upon and areas of difference on sharing the authority and resources.
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