NCP: Agar Unlikely to Assume Position of Blue Nile Governor
Khartoum - National Congress Party (NCP) renewed its total rejection of the negotiations paper presented by SPLM-N on Blue Nile and South Kordofan states issues.
Following the meeting of the political sector of NCP yesterday; secretary of the political sector Ahmed Karmano said that the paper of SPLM-N represents the emblems of the Revolutionary Front and has nothing to do with Blue Nile and South Kordofan states.
Karmano said the government does not refuse dialogue; it refuses the paper presented by SPLM-N which does not represent the issues of the two areas and does not present any solutions.
Karmano added that it is known that the solution of the problem in the two areas lies in the security arrangements and implementing the two areas' protocol in addition to paying attention to the two areas' social and human rights issues.
Karmano said: "We are not in refusal of a certain person; it's the principle we're objecting to; and the Arman's principle we deem as invalid."
He considered the possibility of Agar assuming the position of governor in Blue Nile state as far-fetched since he was sacked of the position by a vote on impeachment by the state's legislature for compromising security and betraying the constituency of the state.
By Mohammed Omer El-Haj, 12/08/2012