KHARTOUM, May 23 (KUNA) -- The authority of Sudanese political parties and
organizations accused France Saturday of derailing ongoing efforts to reach
peace in the troubled Darfur region.
Authority chairman Abboud Jaber called, in a statement, on France to stop
what he called "inappropriate behavior which is against rules of justice."
He also called upon the African Union (AU) to condemn the French "direct
and indirect intervention" in Sudan's internal affairs and blocking efforts to
reach peace in Darfur.
Sudanese officials have, meanwhile, accused France of supporting raided
launched by neighboring Chad against Sudanese territories last week. Sudan is
also blaming France for not doing enough to persuade the Paris-based leader of
the rebel Sudan's Liberation Movement, Abdulwahed Mohammad Nour, to join the
Jaber, on the other hand, urged the AU to stop the Chadian attacks against
the Sudanese territories.
He said Chadian recent assault aimed at dragging Sudan into a regional war.
Defense minister of Chad threatened last week that his forces were ready
anew to enter into the Sudanese territories to crack down on strongholds of
Sudan and Chad are exchanging accusations of backing rebels in each side.
Seven peace agreements failed to normalize relations between both neighbors.
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