The Leadership of the Sudan People·s Liberation Movement (SPLMN)Meets in South Kordofan
No Compromise, No Retreat. A Just Peace, Democracy and the Restructuring of the Centre is Strategic Objective.
At a critical time and historic juncture, the Chairman, the Vice Chairman and the Secretary Generalof the Sudan People·s Liberation Movement (SPLM), Malik Agar, Abdelaziz El Hillu and Yasir Armanmet in South Kordofan from July 20
. The meeting is the second since the NationalCongress Party (NCP) launched its war against the people of South Kordofan on June 5
. Duringthe current war the NCP has committed massive human rights violations, including war crimes,ethnic cleansing and displacement of hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians, children, womenand daughters and sons of the area. Furthermore the NCP has not only refused to open camps forthe internally displaced people (IDPs)but uses them as human shields in the ongoing aerialbombardment of their houses, hospitals and places of worship. The NCP uses of state resources, thearmy and associated militias against the people of the South Kordofan, and the continueddeployment of the forces of the Sudan Army in an internal conflict, questions the legitimacy of thestate and party which can do such acts. The SPLMN leadership meeting assessed the political as well as the humanitarian and military situation and adopted a holistic strategy to tackle the current and the future issues of the country.
The Meeting praised and valued:
The steadfastness of the citizens of South Kordofan in the face of the brutal attacks launchedby the NCP, its troops and militia.2.
The refusal of the Sudan Peoples Liberation Army ( SPLA) to be disarmed, in addition to theimpressive victories achieved under the leadership of Comrade Abdul Aziz Adam El Hilu, inthe defense of citizens' rights and the rights of the Sudanese people to democracy and life indignity, including and the respect of their diversities.3.
The refusal by the majority of the Sudanese Arab tribes living in the region to take part in theNCP·s war, and their position in taking the side of brotherhood and coexistence, includingthe involvement of considerable groups of them in resistance alongside with SPLA. Themeeting calls the Arab tribes to join the SPLM and for the youth of the Arab tribes to join theSPLA so that a new Southern Kordofan and a new Sudan can be acheived.