Sudan Watch extracts from VOA News here and from KUNA News here (that's the Kuwaiti news Agency):
UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric said Pronk remains Annan's special envoy for Sudan. Annan still has confidence in him. He was called in for consultations to review with him a letter the Sudanese Foreign Minister Lam Akol Ajawin sent to him Sunday.Sudan Watch comments:
In that letter Ajawin said the government "is of the view that the purposes of realizing peace and stability can better be served by other international civil servants who are dedicated and ready to adhere to the objectives of the UN Charter, possess the ability and determination to respect international law and sensitive to the sovereignty and integrity of the nations in which they serve".
Therefore, the letter added, the government "remains committed and will cooperate" with Pronk's replacement.
Ha! Respect, sensitivity, integrity?!! The fact that they even contemplated the expulsion of Mr Pronk (head of UN mission in Sudan and great friend of Sudan) tells us they do not know the meaning of those words. Cretinous morons.So it goes. So it goes.
Further reports reveal that Jan Pronk still has Kofi Annan's every confidence and is still the special envoy to Sudan.
Happy birthday to the UN.
(Thanks to the splendid Sudan Watch)