<a href=RJMEC Interim Chairperson Maj. Gen. Charles Tai Gituai (radiotamazuj.org)

 

The Reconstituted Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission RJMEC has said that the pace of implementation of the Revitalised Agreement of the Resolution of the Conflict in the Republic of South Sudan (R-ARCSS) is slow and time is running out with critical tasks lagging behind the agreed timelines.  

Speaking during the 5th Governors’ Forum held in Juba on Tuesday, the RJMEC Interim Chairperson Maj. Gen. Charles Tai Gituai said despite progress in some thematic areas, challenges persist. 

Gen. Gituai recommended that the government fast-track the ratification of all the approved bills, including the Permanent Constitution-Making Process Bill 2021; finalize the nominations and establishment of the ad-hoc Judicial Reform Committee, and make financial resources available for the completion of the Transitional Security Arrangements, including graduation and redeployment of unified forces, as well as for DDR programmes. 

He also urged the government to expedite the establishment of the Board of the Special Reconstruction Fund, expedite all the reforms required in Chapter 4, including the National Audit Chamber and the Anti-Corruption Commission; and fast-track implementation of Chapter 5 and Chapter 6 of the Peace Agreement. 

The five-day 5th Governors’ Forum was aimed at deliberating on the “Role of States and Administrative Areas in the Implementation of the Peace Agreement for a peaceful, prosperous South Sudan.” 

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