• May 17, 2008
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Chief mediator of Juba talks says negotiations have reached

Riek Machar, the chief mediator for the Juba peace process, expressed confidence yesterday that the talks were on track. The peace process has been slowed by difficult negotiations concerning agenda item 3 of the talks, reconciliation and accountability for crimes committed during two decades of conflict between the LRA and Ugandan government. Machar said, “We are pressing them to reach an agreement. The people are suffering. But I am convinced the talks have reached a ‘point of no return.” Read more at AllAfrica.com .

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