South Darfur signs agreement with United Sudanese Movements
The United Revolutionary Forces retorts saying the USM is a proxy for the ruling government The government of South Darfur signed on a framework agreement with the United Sudanese Movements (USM), which comprises five opposition factions, in Nyala on Tuesday. The five factions are primarily groups representing Darfur tribes with Arab origin, namely the Revolutionary Force, Revolutionary Rights, Alansaf, Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (Return from the South Faction) and Voice of the Truth Movement. Dr. Abdul Hamid Musa Kasha, governor of South Darfur, said in his speech during the signing ceremony in Nyala that his government will commit to implement the agreement. On the other hand, the United Revolutionary Forces (URF) described the agreement as a sham. It said the group was fabricated by the ruling National Congress Party (NCP) and that they do not exist in reality.
The United Revolutionary Forces retorts saying the USM is a proxy for the ruling government