SPLM-in Opposition in the United States Passes ‘Conference and Peace Talks Resolutions’

Washington, DC, December 3, 2014 (SSNA) — The official representative of the Sudan People’s Liberations Movement-in Oppostion (SPLM-IO) in the United States, the Honorable Reath Muoch Tang, has unvealed a number of resolutions which were passed by general assembly last month.

The meeting was attended by the SPLM-IO chapters in the United States.

In a press statement extended to the South Sudan News Agency (SSNA), the resolutions were unanimously passed on the 29th of November 2014, in Omaha, Nebraska, United States, and the results were sent to the SPLM/A-IO consultative leadership in Pagak.

“The SPLM-in opposition Chapters in the United Staes of America, have held a very successful conference in Omaha, Nebraska, on November 29, 2014…with participants drawn from all over the continental United States,” Mr. Tang said in a statement.

“The conference has discussed at length all the issues that would be tabled at the SPLM/A consultative conference in Pagak, South Sudan,” he added.

The SPLM-IO US Representative, Tang, said all participants casted their votes without any political intimidation and declared the process democratic.

“The conference deliberations were conducted in a very frank and free democratic atmosphere that was devoid of coercion or intimidation as the participants deliberated over all the issues at stake in the ongoing peace process between the government of South Sudan and the SPLM/A in- opposition,” Hon. Tang revealed.

Details of the resolutitions have not been made public. However, a source close to the SPLM-IO leadership told the SSNA that the declarations are meant for the ongoing IGAD-led peace talks in the Ethiopia and the SPLM/A-IO’s consultative conference in Pagak, Maiwut County, Upper Nile State.

The source further disclosed that the decisions are part of an extensive list of strategies designed by the top leadership of the SPLM/A-IO.

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