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Movement of Democratic Forces of Casamance


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Movement of Democratic Forces of Casamance


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Movement of Democratic Forces of Casamance


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www.santegidio.org

The Community of Sant'Egidio expresses its deep satisfaction at the recent statements made by head of the Movement of Democratic Forces of Casamance (MFDC) Salif Sadio, who said he would respect the agreement signed on 22 February 2014 at Sant'Egidio, relating to "mutual confidence measures" that commit the parties to
"engage in conduct that could help the negotiations for the return of peace in Casamance and reduce the suffering of the people". Sadio said he had imposed on his fighters a "unilateral ceasefire", as implementation of the commitments made.


www.humansecuritycentre.com

Mines laid by the rebels were hampering the offensive against fighters led by Salif Sadio, a hardline chief of the Movement of Democratic Forces of Casamance (MFDC), who has refused to negotiate peace with Senegal's government.Sadio's guerrillas, who have fought a low-intensity war for years seeking independence for Senegal's south Casamance region, have crossed into Guinea Bissau after being attacked six days ago by rival MFDC factions and the Guinea Bissau army.


www.alertnet.org [cached]

Salif Sadio, a hardline leader of the Movement of Democratic Forces of Casamance (MFDC), had fled to Guinea Bissau after coming under attack from rival rebel factions at home.The fighting in April, when Sadio was pushed back into Senegal, was the heaviest for years.His forces laid landmines to stave off artillery and infantry attacks by Guinea Bissau's army, forced more than 5,000 people from their homes, aid workers said at the time.


africanpraxis.com [cached]

Mais le différend qui oppose le Front Sud (Diatta et Badiate) au Front Nord (Salif Sadio) constitue une grave menace.
Le Front Nord souhaite négocier directement avec le gouvernement du Sénégal tandis que les sudistes veulent premièrement un dialogue au sein du MFDC avant de passer à la négociation avec le gouvernement. Si par le passé, le gouvernement du Sénégal a profité de la division au sein du MFDC, cette fois-ci, un MFDC moins divisé favorable à la paix pourrait être profitable à l’instauration de la paix. Le risque de discuter avec les radicaux en ignorant les modérés â€" Les discussions à Rome ont commencé avec Salif Sadio, chef de la plus radicale des factions du MFDC. But the rift that opposes the Southern front (Diatta and Badiate) and Northern front (Salif Sadio) is a major threat. The risk of talking to radicals and sidelining the moderates â€" The discussions in Rome started with Salif Sadio, head of the most radical of the MFDC factions.


www.cnn.com [cached]

Reinforcements from the capital Bissau helped launch the assault on the base where Salif Sadio, a hardline chief of Senegal's Movement of Democratic Forces (MFDC), is holed up after crossing the border under attack from rival factions."We're close to dislodging Salif Sadio from his base at Baraca Mandioca.We received men and equipment to back us up yesterday," a senior military official involved in the operation said.He said around 2,500 soldiers from Guinea Bissau were on the ground in the border region.


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