NCP Downplays SPLM 'So-called Plan B' ThreatBy Al Sammani Awadallah
November 13 (Sudan Vision)
The National Congress has declared strong criticism to the threat uttered by First Vice President and President of SPLM First Lt. General Salva Kiir Mayardit in Washington to use plan B if the NCP doesn't respond to the demands presented by SPLM.
In statement to Sudan Vision leader in NCP and member of ceasefire political commission, Aldirdiri Mohammed Ahmed said that plan B mentioned by Salva Kiir means failure of peace agreement and seeking of another option. Aldirdiri asserted that alternative for peace is peace itself. He added that plan A is the Comprehensive Peace Agreement and B is other alternatives which are rejected by all Sudanese people as it will not lead to stability. He renewed the NCP commitment to implement the CPA.
With regard to the suspension of the joint six members committee, Aldirdiri explained that SPLM has not followed the directives issued from the presidency that aim to resolve points of disputes. He pointed out that the said committee has endeavored to create a common ground to overcome the dispute. He stated that the committee listened to the common defense council which agreed to ceasefire. He concluded that the committee was about to summon top officials for border demarcation, petrol revenues, ministry of finance and some other parties.