Peace for a cease-fire in Sudan talks

It began talks on reaching a lasting cease-fire agreement in the three regions of the war-ravaged Sudan, a day after the signing of the opposition alliance on a roadmap to end the fighting and achieving political reconciliation.
He said Ahmed Bilal, spokesman for the government, "she welcomes the signing of the opposition to the road map," pointing out that his government entered starting from Tuesday 9 August in negotiations with armed rebels on a ceasefire. It includes agreement on a process to achieve a lasting cease-fire and supported a national dialogue between the government and rebel groups and the political opposition and contains provisions concerning the submission of urgent humanitarian assistance. There are still obstacles to the road map, including the rejection of the Sudan Liberation Movement, a main rebel group in Darfur, and the Communist Party to sign it. The way that put brokered by the African Union, the first agreement between the main opposition groups in the country and the government since the renewed fighting in 2011 map. For his part, Jibril Bilal, a spokesman for the Justice and Equality Movement, said that his group signed the plan Monday, August 8 / August in Addis Ababa after African Union mediator and agreed to their demands to include in the agreement. Jibril spokesman also added that the signing of the roadmap is a positive step but the most complex phase will come with the contract talks, which revolves around a ceasefire and a political solution. Among the signatories on the road several prominent opposition groups and rebel map starting from JEM and passing through the People's Liberation Movement-North Sudan through to the Umma Party the largest opposition party. The clashes broke out between the army and rebels in the states of Kordofan and the Blue Nile south of the country since the secession of southern Sudan and declared independence in 2011. The conflict began in Darfur in 2003 when mostly non-tribes took up arms against the Arab government. Despite the decline in violence in recent years, the insurgency has continued intermittently, provided more than 130 thousand people due to the ongoing fighting in the Jebel Marra area in central Darfur since mid-January last .anthy 29 / A 43