• Gregory Turner

Peace Process in Sudan

We are deeply concerned to hear that the recently established peace negotiations between the Sudanese government and the Sudanese Liberation Movement-North have broken down. While our focus is on preserving peace and justice within Darfur, this conflict threatens to perpetuate the instability of the region, and may further damage the situation in Darfur. We cannot emphasize enough our position that both sides return to the negotiating table in good faith, in the interest of nonviolence and the preservation of human rights in the region.

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