With the end of the mandate of (UNAMID) in Darfur, last December, it is expected that national forces to protect civilians will be formed.
The head of the Revolutionary Front El Hadi Idris, confirmed the start of the deployment of joint forces to protect civilians in Darfur.
On Monday, Idris said that the joint national forces will be formed between the different security services and the armed movements that have signed the Juba Agreement.
He added, according to SUNA, that the forces will be deployed in all the areas of Darfur, especially the areas of voluntary return, to secure and protect civilians in the region.
The head of the Revolutionary Front, during his address to the refugees in Zam zam camp in El Fasher, on Monday, attributed the causes of the challenges facing Sudan today, to what he said is the failure of the elites in managing diversity, resources and the state of citizenship.
He considered that the Juba Peace Agreement dealt with all Sudan’s problems in the course of national issues through different tracks.
Idris indicated that achieving sustainable peace is linked to achieving all levels of justice, stressing the importance of reconciliations between the components of Darfur society.
He emphasized that, according to the peace agreement, it was agreed to establish a number of funds to address the issues of balanced and sustainable development in Darfur region, the issues of lands disputes , pastoralists and nomads, and to contribute to providing basic services to the citizens of Darfur.
The head of the SRF explained that his visit to Zamzam camp according to him represents a historic moment in the history of the revolutionary struggle.
He called for the importance of the return of displaced people and refugees to their areas, to enter the cycle of production, contribute to the national income, and improve living conditions.
Idris called for the political and administrative unity of the people of Darfur, and the need for Sudan to return to the regional system.
He said, “We want to build a state on a new contract, in which everyone has equal rights and duties, and based on mutual respect among people.”
Idris renewed the commitment of the leaders of the “armed movements” to implement the terms of the peace agreement.