The South Sudan Opposition Movements Alliance (SSOMA) has been suspended with immediate effect its participation in a cease-fire monitoring workshop in Rome, Italy, that was intended to build trust and create a conducive environment between SSOMA and the regime in Juba.
“…Unfortunately, the government has been violating the agreement multiple times and the most recent being on the 10th November, 2020 by attacking our positions in the country, at the very time while we, the SSOMA are participating in CTSAMVM workshop in Rome, Italy. SSOMA’s participation in this workshop is technical and informational and above all was intended to build trust between SSOMA and the government and to create a conducive environment for further negotiations.
“This recent violation is the last straw RTGoNU has demonstrated in their lack of political will, to the recommitment to CoHA and in building trust. Therefore, effective immediately, SOMA is suspending its participation in CTSAMVM workshop in Rome until RTGoNU respects and commits itself to CoHA.”
“…this cowardly attack came at the time when there is on-going CTSAMMV workshop between the Government and South Sudan Opposition Alliance SSOMA in Rome Italy. NAS condemns this uncalled-for attack which shows the intransigent of the regime of Salva Kiir and holds the government responsible for breach of the COHA agreement and the Rome Declaration and any consequences of this cowardly attack.”
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The National Salvational Front (NAS) has dishonorably dismissed some of its senior members who have been caught red-handed sabotaging the efforts of the revolutionary struggle and instigating division among its ranks and file.
Although the details of the crimes of these saboteurs have not been released, their names, however, have been revealed.
Murtada Jalal Abdalla Baballa, Dr. Lako Jada Kwajok, and Leeri Johnson Marella were named in the dismissal letter signed and
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The National Salvation Front (NAS) has issued a public statement outlining the issues discussed and the outcome of the third round of talks of the Rome Peace Process that ended October 12 without a final agreement.
NAS Press Release on the outcome of the third round of talks of the Rome Peace Process between the South Sudan Opposition Movements Alliance (SSOMA) and the Revitalized Transitional Government of National Unity (R-TGoNU) under the auspices of the Community of Sant’Egidio in Rome, Italy from 9th to 12th October 2020.
The leaders of the two negotiating teams of the peace talks between SSOMA and R-TGoNU have described the outcome...