SPLM-YL Chapter in Egypt Welcomed The Signing of IGAD Peace Compromise Agreement amid Government failure to Sign.

Zee and Sirir led Red Card Rally in Cairo Egypt(Photo: file)

Zee and Sirir led Red Card Rally in Cairo Egypt(Photo: file)

August 21, 2015 (Nyamilepedia)—The SPLM-YL Chapter in Arab Republic of Egypt welcomed the IGAD Compromise Agreement initialed by some South Sudan’s Political factions it’s a step towards restoring stability in the country. Plunged into chaos since 15-December 2013, South Sudan has faces many challenges politically and economically.

UN, IGAD, Troika and friends of South Sudan were “encouraged” by the initialing of the accord, the SPLM-YL Chapter in Cairo is looking forward to the speedy conclusion of the full agreement and its implementation. This act is a clear demonstration of political will and courage which might bring the country one step closer to resolving the current institutional and security crisis.

The SPLM-YL Chapter in Cairo urged “all South Sudanese Leaders” to move the transition process forward by forming a government of national unity which shall enhance and easier the process of reconciliation and the National healing in the young nation.

In the IGAD compromise proposal, the SPLM-YL Chapter in Egypt specified some points which aimed at “laying the foundation for a modern, democratic state based on the principle of inclusion, the rule of law, separation of powers and respect for human rights.

We cordially thank the leadership of the SPLM/A under charismatic Leader Dr. Riek Machar and his colleagues. The historical victory by swiftly signing the compromise agreement has proven to the citizens of South Sudan and the whole wide world beyond no reasonable doubt that SPLM/A is really for peace and nothing else but sustainable and lasting peace for all.

God bless South Sudan.

Cc// Dr. Riek Machar Teny.
Cc// Cde. Puot Kang Chuol.
Cc// Cde. Jal Thomas.

Cde. Sirir Gabriel Yiei Rut, Chairman of SPLM-YL Chapter in Egypt.

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