The head of the SRF, SLAM, TC Al Hadi Idris, said that the democratic transformation and the holding of elections in the country will not take place without the return of the displaced and refugees to their original villages, and after conducting a population census and a real election.
The SRF leader, during his address to a massive crowd in AbuShouk and Al Salam refugee camps, in El Fasher, today, Tuesday, affirmed his commitment to implementing the Juba Peace Agreement on the ground.
Al Hadi Idris called on the displaced of AbuShouk to stand with peace, pledging to address all issues of the displaced people.
He reiterated that the Juba Peace Agreement addressed the roots of the Sudanese crisis, especially the issue of security, as the joint forces would be deployed in trouble spots.
He indicated that he seeks the return of humanitarian organizations to continue providing humanitarian services.
Idris condemned the events in East Marrah Mountains, South Darfur, which he said had become frequent in Darfur, stressing that he would visit all areas of the events to check the situation there.
He said: “Juba Peace agreement is covered with the blood of the martyrs,” pledging not to waste the homeland.
The Sudanese government and the factions of the SRF signed a peace agreement in Juba, South Sudan last October.
The parties, who have become representatives in the IGPC which was introduced upon their arrival in Khartoum in mid-November, hope that the agreement will put an end to a war that lasted for nearly two decades in Darfur and a decade in southern Blue Nile and South Kordofan.
After the outbreak of violence in El Geneina, in the west of the country, the week before last, a delegation from the SRF led by Idris initiated a visit to Darfur for the first time since the signing of the peace agreement.
At a time when the SLAM, led by Abdelwahid al-Nur, one of the largest armed factions in Darfur, is still refusing to join the Juba Peace Agreement.
Al-Nur arrived, about two months ago to the Ugandan capital, Kampala, ending his Parisian exile, where he spent many years.
His movement says that they are announcing a peace initiative from within, through Sudanese-Sudanese dialogue, which it hopes will lead to addressing the roots of the conflict in the country since independence.