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(From The Monitor (Uganda) - AAGM)
Byline: Grace Natabaalo
Mr Jimmy Akena (Lira Municipality)
The peace talks are highly necessary because we have tried for 20 years and the problem has not been solved. What do we lose from talking? I am very supportive of the peace talks and would like more involvement from stakeholders to keep the talks going.
Maj. Bright Rwamirama (Isingiro North)
If these peace talks can bring peace then they should continue. My considered view is that people who supported Kony, if they cannot be brought to courts of law, the government must make reasonable effort and make sure that they do not support anyone else.
Mr George William Wopuwa (Bubulo County East)
To have started these peace talks this time is very good. But we have to ask, are those people who are speaking on behalf of Kony authoritative? Ayena Odongo, Kony's legal officer stood for treasurer in the NRM primaries and he lost. He is a pretender.
It is good that now each side has seen the cost of being adamant. The government has also seen that the ICC was hard on Kony.
MPS have been using the North as a political strategy but when the war is over, what will they use?
Mr Joseph Ekemu (Soroti County)
It is an opportunity that we must seize with a lot of vigour. What …