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SS MP Urges for Accountability of Officials Hosted Sudanese Opposition

Sudanese soldiers patrol the Daldako area, about 20 kilometres (12 miles) northeast of South Kordofan's state capital Kadugli, after recapturing it from rebels on May 20, 2014 . Ethnic minority rebels have been fighting government forces for three years in a largely-hidden war which the UN says has affected more than one million people. AFP PHOTO /STR

Sudanese soldiers patrol the Daldako area, about 20 kilometres (12 miles) northeast of South Kordofan’s state capital Kadugli, after recapturing it from rebels on May 20, 2014 . Ethnic minority rebels have been fighting government forces for three years in a largely-hidden war which the UN says has affected more than one million people. AFP PHOTO /STR

MPs in South Sudan (SS) parliament have announced opposition to government host of Sudanese opposition armed movements meetings in Juba. Member of the parliament Deng Majok told (smc) that there is no alternative for south Sudan state better than exchange of interests with Sudan, . Another most importance point is that south Sudan must reassure the importance of implementing deals signed between the two countries in favour of protecting Sudan security and distance itself from supporting and sheltering armed movements in Juba, Majok said Moreover he urges for putting leaders responsible from hosting armed movements to accountability. He adds it is importance to preserve relations with neighbouring countries particularly Sudan in order to benefit from exchanging interest and maintains renaissance in the new born state. He said the policy adopted by Juba as regard of hosting armed movements have serious consequences on south Sudan government.







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