NEWSROOM (ADV) – As part of the inter-Central African peace dialogue in Khartoum, Sudan, the Central African government and armed groups are working on the harmonization of views with regard to amnesty and power-sharing.
A draft peace agreement was submitted last Saturday to both parties, at the peace talks. The amendments of this project were debated in plenary last Sunday and Monday.
Rebel leaders understand they need to dissolve their movements and to recognize the legitimate authority of the state.
Thus, they ask for the incorporation of their elements in the national army.
These peace talks are being held under the good auspices of Russia, Sudan and to some extent, the African Union. The final signing of a peace agreement is planned in Bangui, the Central African capital, according to the initial programs.
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