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Archbishop of Sudan appeals for peace

Archbishop of Sudan appeals for peace

Archbishop Daniel Deng Bul Yak, Primate of the Episcopal Church of Sudan, is appealing for peace as the Sudanese army marches into South Sudan.

My appeal

1.

To the Presidents of Sudan and South Sudan: continue with the pursuit for peace in spite of the challenges you and your respective governments face

2.

To the international community: follow through with your commitment and momentum which led to the signing of the CPA which granted the Independence of the Republic of South Sudan, to ensure that all outstanding issues are amicably resolved. Chief

among these are:

a) Border demarcation

b) Abyei

c) Southern Kordofan

d) Blue Nile

e) Others which were part of the CPA

To the people of both countries: refuse to be incited to return to war by your respective leaderships

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Caoilin Galthie

Colorado Public Radio had an interview with Sudanese Bishop Andudu Adam Elnail who is currently living in exile in Denver and is being supported by St John’s Cathedral in Denver which also hosts a Sudanese congregation.

http://www.cpr.org/#load_article|Sudanese_Bishop_Calls_Denver_Home_For_Now

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