Einer Meldung von AP zufolge haben sich die neue sudanesische Regierung und die Rebellenbewegungen in Darfur, Südkordofan und Blue Nile auf eine Roadmap geeinigt. Verhandlungsführer auf Regierungsseite war Milizenführer Hemedti.
The power-sharing agreement between the military and the pro-democracy movement calls for the new government to make peace with rebel groups within six months. Talks are supposed to begin Oct. 14, with the goal of reaching a final peace deal within two months, according to the initial agreement, a copy of which obtained by The Associated Press. […]
The rebels include the Sudan Revolutionary Front, which is an alliance of Darfur rebel groups. It is part of the pro-democracy movement.
Another rebel group is the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North, which is active in South Kordofan and Blue Nile.
The government says achieving peace with the armed groups is key to its program to overhaul the Sudan’s battered economy, contending that would allow a reduction in military spending, which takes up to 80% of the budget.
NYT | 11.09.2019