Why Sudan doesn't recognize SLM-N?

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    From time to time. the ruling National Congress Party in Sudan renew 's refusal to recognize Sudan Liberation Movement – North, the twin of South Sudanese ruling movement, so it doesn’t sit to negotiate it. Truly, this is justifiable.

    From time to time. the ruling National Congress Party in Sudan renew 's refusal to recognize Sudan Liberation Movement – North, the twin of South Sudanese ruling movement, so it doesn’t sit to negotiate it. Truly, this is justifiable.

    Member of the National Congress Leadership Office, Prof Al Amin Dafa Allah, said the ruling National Congress has decided not cooperate with SLM-N because it affiliates to a foreign country, lost legitimacy as it committed crime against humanity.

    Speaking to SUNA regular press forum that was held last Tuesday in Roseires, Blue Nile Governor, Maj Gen Al Hadi Bushra said there will be no negotiations with SLM-N and that the door is closed before it. Malik Agar, the former governor of Blue Nile, is behind the current plights of the state when he was governor before carrying arms and becoming a rebel again about two years ago.

    Maj. Gen. Bushra was speaking amid the presence of prominent leaders of the federal government - Minister of the Presidency, Gen. Bakri Hassan and other senior Sudanese officials. This will indicate the ruling party will not recognize the sector or negotiate with it.

    Another evidence of the government's non recognition is its refusal to given no attention to the rebel leaders Malik Agar and Yassir Arman who were present at the time of negotiation between and South and South Sudan in Addis Ababa.
    Neither the Sudanese delegation nor the African mediation have given them any consideration. However, their presence has affirmed their connection with South Sudan, that why Sudan insists on breaking this links as stipulated in the security agreement signed by Sudan and South last September.

    Certainly, if the Sudanese government accepted the present connection, this will encourage SPLM of South Sudan which entered through the window to leave through the door.

    On the other hand, it is difficult for any government that respects itself and respects the sovereignty of the state, to allow armed movement affiliated to another country to operate in its territories. The paragraph of the Security Council resolution 2046 which instructs Sudan to negotiate with SLM-N was fair and unjust because international organization knows the link between SLM-N and South Sudan.

    Even if the SLM-N is highly flexibly in the negotiation and is keen on reaching peaceful resolution, it is still has close connection with armed allies which are composed of the Darfuri armed groups under the umbrella of Sudanese Revolutionary Front. SRF is active armed movement which is funded by foreign circles to fight Sudan from territories of neighbouring countries. So, if peaceful resolution is reached with SLM-N, the dispute will not come to end. On the contrary, it will be vicious circle. Peace signatories will lead the armed operations through SRF. Therefore, the Sudanese government is true that that the Security resolution was just intended to harm Sudan only.
     

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