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UN Security Council Approves South Sudan Drone Deployment

The UN Security Council approved deployment of UAVs n South Sudan

Traders in Koranorya Market in Mbarara town yesterday blocked the Town Council enforcement team from demolishing their kiosks.

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The traders are opposed to reconstruction of the market, which they believe is a veiled ploy to take it over from them.

The town council enforcement was used to put the buildings down without informing the traders in the market.

Police was called to calm the situation as the traders had blocked the roads. The town clerk Munono Barintuma ordered the council enforcement to stop demolishing the rooms.

Traders said that the RDC had confirmed to them that their issues were being resolved but were astonished by the council’s decision.

The DPC Jaffar Magyezi sounded a warning to the traders to always use their leaders in resolving land issues instead of breaking into violence.

 
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The traders are opposed to reconstruction of the market, which they believe is a veiled ploy to take it over from them.

The town council enforcement was used to put the buildings down without informing the traders in the market.

Police was called to calm the situation as the traders had blocked the roads. The town clerk Munono Barintuma then ordered the council enforcement to stop demolishing the kiosks.

Traders said that the RDC had confirmed to them that their issues were being resolved but were astonished by the council’s decision.

Meanwhile DPC Jaffar Magyezi sounded a warning to the traders to always use their leaders in resolving their issues instead of breaking into violence.

 
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The traders are opposed to reconstruction of the market, which they believe is a veiled ploy to take it over from them.

The town council enforcement was used to put the buildings down without informing the traders in the market.

Police was called to calm the situation as the traders had blocked the roads. The town clerk Munono Barintuma ordered the council enforcement to stop demolishing the rooms.

Traders said that the RDC had confirmed to them that their issues were being resolved but were astonished by the council’s decision.

The DPC Jaffar Magyezi sounded a warning to the traders to always use their leaders in resolving land issues instead of breaking into violence.

 
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The traders are opposed to reconstruction of the market, which they believe is a veiled ploy to take it over from them.

The town council enforcement was used to put the buildings down without informing the traders in the market.

Police was called to calm the situation as the traders had blocked the roads. The town clerk Munono Barintuma then ordered the council enforcement to stop demolishing the kiosks.

Traders said that the RDC had confirmed to them that their issues were being resolved but were astonished by the council’s decision.

Meanwh DPC Jaffar Magyezi sounded a warning to the traders to always use their leaders in resolving land issues instead of breaking into violence.

 
Traders in Koranorya Market in Mbarara town yesterday blocked the Town Council enforcement team from demolishing their kiosks.

This followed a meeting that was chaired by Mbarara Resident District Commissioner Martha Asiimwe on October 3, approved http://cloudninerealtime.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/i18n/states/mx.php where she promised to crosscheck with the Regional land offices to confirm the ownership of the market premises.

However, the municipal council went ahead to demolish the kiosks, much to the dismay of the traders, who staged a demonstration at the market.

The traders are opposed to reconstruction of the market, which they believe is a veiled ploy to take it over from them.

The town council enforcement was used to put the buildings down without informing the traders in the market.

Police was called to calm the situation as the traders had blocked the roads. The town clerk Munono Barintuma then ordered the council enforcement to stop demolishing the kiosks.

Traders said that the RDC had confirmed to them that their issues were being resolved but were astonished by the council’s decision.

Meanwhile DPC Jaffar Magyezi sounded a warning to the traders to always use their leaders in resolving their issues instead of breaking into violence.

 
The United Nations Security Council has approved the deployment of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles commonly known as drones in South Sudan against the will of Juba administration.

The 15 country-member body which is one of the 6 main organs of the United Nations with the primary responsibility of maintenance of international peace and security sat on Friday to amend the UN mandate in South Sudan to accommodate the implementation of recently signed peace talks.

The United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) that has been in the oil rich nation immediately after it attained independence from the northern Khartoum administration, order http://chimpreports.com/entertainment/wp-includes/class-wp-theme.php is now set to work hand in hand with the conflicting parties in the formation of the Transitional Government of National Unity (ToGNU).

The Peace Talks that was signed by the rebels of Dr. Riek Machar and government of President Salva Kiir on 17th and 26th of August respectively put in place the formation of joint government that shall operate for three years and organize national elections before its expiry.

It will also formulate and make a permanent constitution since South Sudan is still governed by the 2011 Transitional Constitution. More importantly, http://chachanova.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/capabilities.php the UNMISS is going to actively participate in the monitoring of ceasefire and Verification Mechanism.

The unspecified numbers and technological modules of drones are going to be deployed in South Sudan for aerial electronic surveillance of frontline and contentious combat areas to establish whoever is breaching the permanent ceasefire that both parties agreed to observe.

Russia had earlier rejected the plans to impose sanctions on South Sudan political and military leaders by the UNSC and together with Venezuela; it questioned the deployment of drones in the troubled country.

During Friday`s sitting Russia and Venezuela however, http://clubebancariositape.com.br/wp-includes/shortcodes.php the two countries did not reject the move but simply abstained from the vote in which 13 other member countries led by United States approved the deployment of drones.

The South Sudan UN ambassador, Alfred Deng early this week said his country is not ready for the said drones.

The Russia’s Deputy Permanent Representative, Peter Llichev had this to say. “We’re against attempts to force South Sudan… the use of UAVs despite the repeated energetic objections by the government of that country. The absence of Juba’s consent could turn into problems for the deployment and functioning of UAVs. The wording in that regard effectively undermines the state sovereignty of South Sudan and therefore is unacceptable.”

However the United States maintained its position that swayed the significant majority members into approving the deployment.

“This resolution expresses our continued commitment to maintain pressure on both sides, neither of which has fully complied with its ceasefire obligations. This is fully consistent with the strong warning issued by the AU in its Sept 26 communiqué by its PSC and I quote: ‘that it will not tolerate any further violations and in line with its previous pronouncements expresses its determination to impose measures against all those who would impede this agreement’,” says Ambassador David Pressman.

African governments all voted in favour of the resolution but warned that the question of sanctions had to be treated with care to avoid exacerbating existing problems on the ground.

“Our vote today expresses support to UNMISS mission and the troops, despite the different of views between the members of the SC on a number of issues. This is a question of sanctions which remains very sensitive and I think this council will have to address it with extreme care to avoid creating problems rather than resolving problems,” said Angola’s Ambassador Ismael Gaspar Martins.

South Sudan’s Ambassador Dr Francis Deng said the deployment of drones would invite controversy and potential hostility from the Government, but assured the Council they remain committed to working with the UN mission and the international community at large.

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