Translated by Ahmed Hussain
A member of the Transitional Sovereignty Council Lieutenant General Shams El Din Kabbashi took a terrace at the Primid Hotel, Juba, in the presence of members of the government negotiating delegation. Our meeting was chaired by the civil political feminist group, which was devoted to discussing women’s issues and their participation in the peace agreement.
A member of the No to Women’s Oppression Initiative indicated: Track Two: Samia Arqawi, that they came to support the peace negotiations in Juba and witnessed the initials signing. Adding that, at the meeting, they presented proposals to the government delegation and leaders of the Revolutionary Front, with the participation of women in implementing the matrix and considering them as witnesses to the agreement.
Samia called on the media to do more to move the popular path to support the peace process in the country.
For his part, a member of the government negotiating delegation, Maulana Ismail Al-Taj, said that the meeting with the women’s delegation dealt with the role of women in the revolution and their active participation in submitting proposals … indicating that the women’s delegation will participate in developing the matrix with an estimated number to confirm their role in the struggle since independence.