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Fulltext: SSOMA’s Statement on Rome Resolution on Monitoring and Verification of CoHa

The South Sudan Opposition Movements Alliance (SSOMA) is informing its entire membership, supporters, South Sudanese at large and the International Community that it has together with the Government of the Republic of South Sudan (GRSS) signed Rome Resolution on Monitoring and Verification of the Cessation of Hostilities Agreement (CoHA), December 2017 under the auspices of the Community of Sant’Egidio.

SSOMA, GRSS sign Resolution on Monitoring and Verification of CoHA

The signing of the resolution effectively puts two parties in agreement that SSOMA become a member of CTSAMVM (Ceasefire and Transitional Arrangements Security Monitoring and Verification Mechanism), a group originally set up to monitor compliance by the signatory Parties and armed groups to the Revitalized Agreement on the Resolution of the Conflict in South Sudan (R-ARCSS) signed in Addis Ababa in 2008.

NAS Dismisses Kiir Amnesty As Cheap Politics

NAS has rubbished Salva Kiir’s decree to grant amnesty to SSOMA members as ‘political mockery and a PR display’ and has suggested that the dictator could have ‘done better if he pardons the political prisoners who are in [illegally] jailed’ across various ghost-houses in the country.

NAS mourns the passing of Gen Lukudu Lo Yosea and his two bodyguards

With a heavy heart, deep sorrow and grief the leadership of the National Salvation Front (NAS) informs the general public, supporters and all units of the tragic loss of the revolutionary freedom fighter, Gen Lukudu Lo Yosea and two of his guards, who got martyred while on active duty striving for their people and country, in a tragic boat accident.

NAS appoints Commander for Upper Nile Command Area

In recognition of his commitment to work for the salvation of the people of South Sudan, Major General Sebit Kong Kuon has been named the NAS/A Commander for Upper Nile Command Area. 477

[InTheNews] What is needed is not just an agreement but a platform…

What is needed is not just an agreement but a platform....

What is needed is not just an agreement but a platform, a method of making agreements and keeping them. Inclusivity must be one of the pillars. Without everyone who can contribute to the peace process, there is no possibility of long-term solutions. Inclusivity is a must. True inclusivity recognizes that others hold some power and, especially, that they hold the key to future cooperation.

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