شارك وفد مقدر من حركة العدل والمساواة السودانية بقيادة د. زكريا محمد علي قادماٌ من الميدان ود. أحمد هاشم أندوسة وأعضاء من مكتب الحركة بالمانيا مؤتمر هارمانسبورج الذي يناقش فيه شؤون السودان وجنوب السودان في الفترة من 14- 16 يونيو الجاري .
لقد إنتهز وفد الحركة الفرصة واجري لقاءات مع وفود المنظمات والجمعيات والمؤسسات الخيرية والإنسانية والحقوقية الإقليمية منها والدولية، كما إلتقي وفد الحركة مع ممثلي الأحزاب والحركات الثورية المشاركة في المؤتمر ووصل رسالة واضحة بأن الحركة مع شركائها في الجبهة الثورية جادة لإسقاط النظام سلماٌ أو حرباً وعلي حكومة السودان ان تختار أي خيار تفضلها علي الأخري.
وفيما يلي نص البيان الختامي للمؤتمر باللغة الإنجليزية:
Sudan and South Sudan Conference
Organised by Sudan Forum e.V. and Sudan/South Sudan Focal Point
Hermannsburg, Germany, June 14-16, 2013
Be the change you want to see (Proverb)
Democratisation processes – on track or derailed?
Political concepts in Sudan and South Sudan in the light of shrinking space for civil society
We, around 100 participants from 10 countries, attending the Sudan and South Sudan Conference, representing Sudanese and South Sudanese civil society and political parties, faith based organisations from inside and outside the Sudan and South Sudan, International Non Governmental Organisations and Institutions, Governments and Government agencies, after lengthy and frank discussions of the current and possible future democratisation processes in Sudan and South Sudan, the situation in Abyei, in South Kordofan, Blue Nile, Darfur and in Jonglei, as well as the role and interests of players from outside, are deeply concerned about the slow progress being made towards achieving peace, stability and democraccy in both states. We are especially anxious over the fact that people are still dying in large numbers from armed conflict and disease and that humanitarian access is denied to some parts of the affected population.
We commend the signing of the 9 agreements on outstanding issues between the governments of Sudan and South Sudan in Addis Ababa, and efforts to implement them. However, we urge all the stakeholders of the CPA, to overcome their current misunderstandings, and to keep working together on the timely and full implementation of these signed agreements. We also call upon the parties to provide an open and transparent process, keeping the citizens informed at all times.
We are alarmed by the ongoing armed conflicts that are affecting some parts of both States and the consequential suffering and alledged abuses of the human rights of large numbers of civilians. We are fearful that the fighting may spill over the international border and lead to a resumption of hostilties between the two sovereign states.
We call upon the Government of Sudan to stop aerial bombardment in Darfur, South Kordofan and Blue Nile and to fully facilitate the work of humanitarian agencies.
We ask the Government of Sudan and the armed groups to respect human rights and international humanitarian laws, to stop all forms of violence targeting civilians and endangering humanitarian workers and peacekeepers. We call upon the parties in dispute to pursue a genuine peace dialogue and to obtain the support of the civil society through participation in the peace process.
Abyei remains a big concern, and can easily escalate once again, especially after the killing of the Dinka Ngok paramount chief. We call upon the parties to immediately resume negotiations, to endorse the AU proposal, and to include local communities to enable them to fully understand the content of the proposals.
We call upon the Government of South Sudan to address the situation in Jonglei in such a way, that the rights of all people are respected. This shall include the withdrawl of SPLA troops from Murle villages, and the creation of safe havens for the traumatised. We call on all parties currently engaged in fighting to agree to an immediate and unconditional ceasefire and to find a way to resolve their differences through negotiation.
With dismay we hear about the closure of civil society organisations in Sudan and the difficulties faced by Christians and other minorities. We condemn the measures to silence critical voices and to deprive the people of their right to freely express their hopes and needs in both Sudan and South Sudan.
We call for a process of permanent constitution making in both Sudan and South Sudan that should be democratic, involving all sections of society, in a people driven process leading to democratic transformations and safeguarding the rights of all people, fully respecting the diversity of ethnicity and faith.
Development is the key to peace. We urge the Governments of Sudan and South Sudan as well as international and national NGOs, to regard the needs of the people with long term and flexible development programs. These shall include follow up activities, in a co-ordinated effort, based on proper analysis of needs, human resources, the social context and with the full participation of local communities.
Without security, development efforts are in vain, and peace has no chance to prevail. We ask both the Government of Sudan and South Sudan to establish instruments for security sector reform (SSR), to lay down clear vision, strategy and work plan for SSR, and to ensure that the SSR process is loyal to the country and its people and not to political parties.
Concerned about the lack of a genuine democratic transformation processes, and conscious of the lessons to be learned from neighbouring countries, we call upon all stakeholders, governments, political parties and civil society organisations in and outside the country, to focus their attention on ther rights and physical security of all citizens and to step up efforts to genuinely reconcile and to safeguard a peaceful transition and future for all people in Sudan and South Sudan.
Signed on behalf of participants and organisers, Hermannsburg, Germany, June 16, 2014