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Peace

Mohammed Saad Kamil

Immediately following the signature of the Juba Peace Agreement (JPA) between the Sudanese government and the armed struggle groups, Yassir Arman called in press statements for utilizing the peace strategically and not tactically to shape the new features through finding out a strong bloc that supports the transitional period.

Arman also called for improving the livelihood of the people and improving the economy besides heading towards reactivating the productive image of the rural areas.

He pointed out that the existence of several armed struggle movements in the signature of the Juba Peace Agreement is an achievement that the ex-regime failed to do in thirty years.

JPA brought the peace because since its signature not even one bullet was shot all over the country despite that some armed struggle movements were not among the signatories, and that is because there are no causes for rebellion after the fall of Al-Bashir who was fighting those armed movements.

The civil war during Al-Bashir’s regime had its negative impacts on man, the environment, and the economy as it led to the damage of the main infrastructure, facilities, and development projects a matter that resulted in more foreign debts, hindering the economic activities and deficit.

The state was heading dramatically to economic collapse due to the decline of investors and the number of tourists, hence a decline in the GDP.

The JPA is an actual opportunity for joint efforts by all Sudanese and the international community to allow Sudan to revive and contribute to the regional and international economy a matter that assists in boosting peace and security in the area due to Sudan’s strategic location in the African continent.

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