Ceasefire monitoring team finally reach S. Sudan’s Yei town
November 30, 2016 (JUBA) - The IGAD joint ceasefire monitoring mechanism
announced the arrival of its team to the troubled Yei town in Central
Equatoria were reports mention about insecurity and grave human rights
The South Sudanese army (SPLA) has been attempting to quell a rebellion led
by former vice-president Riek Machar since December 2013 (AFP)
Last Monday, South Sudanese security forces prevented a CTSAMM team had
been prevented from travelling to Yei to assess the security situation
there after reports about clashes between armed groups and the government
forces but also attacks on civilians.
At the time, the CTSAMM said the incident took place while had obtained the
needed authorisations and informed all the concerned authorities, including
the Joint Military Ceasefire Commission.
"The CTSAMM team have now successfully carried out their journey and
reached Yei Town today, the 30th November, 2016.
The team will now undertake a five day mission in the area," said a short
communiqué extended to Sudan Tribune on Wednesday.
The monitoring mission added the move came after "after multiple
discussions between the CTSAMM leadership and the authorities".
South Sudanese authorities often speak about unilateral decision by
officers on the ground, and point it was not a deliberate act.
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1 DECEMBER 07:18, BY choldit
How can igad call it a ceasefire team for south Sudan peace while the igad
dismissed the SPLA io team member. How can u assess the SPLA io area while
their igad team is made up of govt and igad members from other ciuntries
not including SPLA ii.
1 DECEMBER 09:26, BY Augustino
Meaningless comment, check your spelling first.
1 DECEMBER 11:44, BY Rami Tot
you are correct Choldit, IGAD is made up of government representative only
you can not differentiate between STD IO members with that of KIIR and they
should not be allowed to visit SPLA IO areas because it is not the SPLA STD
and SPLA IG fighting there in greater Equotoria region let us be clear on
that point, we will arest them if they ever dare to come to our areas as
they do to our comrad
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