Juba — The Sudan Revolutionary Front (SRF), a coalition of the Sudanese rebels, on Thursday said it is seeking international support for “inclusive settlement” for the conflicts in Darfur, South Kordofan and Blue Nile and that it would not accept “selective” settlement.
UN Security Council on 2 May endorsed a road map prepared by the African Union to end the disputes between Sudan, South Sudan and the SPLM-N. The Resolution 2046 urged all the parties to comply with the decision and threatened to impose sanction if they refuse to negotiate.
In accordance with the road map the talks between Khartoum and the SPLM-N should be based on a framework agreement they signed between the two parties after talks sponsored by the AU panel in June 2011. But Sudanese president Omer Bashir denounced it.
The SPLM-N is the dominant party of the SRF, which also includes Darfur rebels the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) and the two main factions of the Sudan Liberation Army who have been fighting Khartoum since 2003.
Sudanese president Omer Hassan al-Bashir said Wednesday that he did not agree with the UNSC’s demand that his government negotiate with SPLM-N. On Thursday he said: “We only do the things we want to