Saturday, March 19, 2011

SUDAN - The South suspended dialogue with the North

On 12 March the leaders of Southern Sudan announced they were suspending the dialogue with the government of President Omar El northerner-Bashir, accusing it of plotting to bring down the government before the independence of the province, scheduled for July 9th, relates the Kinshasa daily. Since the beginning of March, the ongoing fighting between army and rebels from southern North would have more than one hundred victims, threatening to destabilize the South.

The North has formally rejected the accusations.

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