UNMIS to Report to Security Council on Dispute over Energy and Matter Ministry

Madam Rahdia Achuri informed Sudan Radio Service (SRS) that UNMIS did not have mandate to enforce peace in the Sudan but that UN helps inform the parties to the agreement to compromise. She stated that the UN could only request the two parties not to let the differences between them delay the implementation of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA).

This was in response to questions raised by a SRS correspondent during a press conference on the role UNMIS has played in resolving the dispute between the National Congress Party (NCP) and SPLM over the Ministry of Energy and Mining. This is largely due to the belief that the presence of UNMIS was to monitor the implementation of the CPA.

Madam Achuri stated that UNMIS monitors the implementation of CPA and reports to the UN Security Council every three months. She confirmed that Jank Pronk, United Nations Special Representative to the Secretary General in Sudan, presented to the Secretary General, Koffi Annan, who will then present a report on Sudan to the Security Council on 24 September 2005 and that the report will include the recent dispute between NCP and SPLM over the Ministry of Energy and Mining as part of the wealth share portfolio stipulated in the CPA.


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