Draft letter to AUHIP
H. E. President Mbeki
On behalf of the Sudan Call Front we would like to confirm our confidence in the AUHIP which we expect to be given enhanced clout to facilitate its task of helping the Sudanese Peoples to help themselves in the pursuit of comprehensive and just Peace, and democratic transformation.
The confidence of the Peoples of Sudan in the effectiveness of the Soft Power to achieve their legitimate aspirations has been recently justified by three events, namely; the
devaluation of the false April 2015 general elections, the exposure of the ineptness of the 10th of October Khartoum dialogue, and the opportunity we had to address the AUPSC which preceded the agreeable AUPSC communique 539.
It pleases us to inform you that our 10-13th November 2015 Conference took an other step in the efficacy of Soft Power, namely; that we have unanimously taken the following resolutions:
(A) Adopted a National Charter for interim and future peace, and Nation building.
(B) A roadmap towards that, and which endorsed the All-inclusive, credible, National dialogue as a means to that end.
(C) The formation of a Presidential Coordination Council (PCC) to lead the Sudan Call Front.
(D) Authorization of that Council to reach out to all Sudanese stakeholders who vouch for comprehensive and just Peace, and democratic transformation. A process which would unite all the forces for change towards peace and democratization in Sudan.
Our Paris Conference noted with satisfaction the AUPSC Communique 539 of 25th August 2015 reiterated its call for an urgent pre-dialogue meeting of all relevant parties at AU HQ in Addis to discuss AUHIP chaired by President Mbeki to continue to engage with the Government of Sudan and other Sudanese stakeholders to realize an all-inclusive, transparent and credible National Dialogue, to continue to facilitate negotiations to stop the war and inter- communal violence in the Two Areas and Darfur, and to report back to the Council in 90 days (i.e. by 23 November 2015).
Based on this AU commitment to the National Dialogue; the Sudan Call Front believes that the pre-dialogue should prepare for the National dialogue process by the following agenda:
(a) To establish the necessary confidence building measures (CBM) that would create the positive climate for National Dialogue.
(b) To specify a declaration of principles to guide the National Dialogue process.
(c) To decide upon the Agenda of the holistic dialogue process, it’s venue, it’s duration, its chairmanship, the mode of decision making, the guarantees for implementation, the observers, and the time span necessary to deliver upon the resolutions.
(d) Agreement to allow for specialized meetings between the combatants to decide upon cease fire, POWs exchanges, access for Humaniterian relief, and the observation there of.
Finally; we look forward for the pre-dialogue meeting to pave the way for a National Dialogue process which would realize comprehensive and just peace, and democratic transformation for Sudan. This is a historic moment which would enable the peoples of Sudan to justify their well earned reputation for tolerance and moderation, and enable AUHIP to be the peace makers blessed by all the Prophets, and by the International Human Rights Agenda.
We are yours faithfully
(The names of the 5 leaders composing the Presidential Coordination Council PCC).
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