According to While We Wiat,
“Leaders of refugees in IDP camps in Darfur in interviews with Radio Dabanga this morning asked The President of The United States of America Barack Obama to fire his Special Envoy General Scott Gration for his remarks on Wednesday. One leader from a camp in Zalengie (west Darfur) said since the expulsion of the NGOs “the rations are cut 50%, we live with our children under rain in torn shelters, we lack health services, how could the Special Envoys says the humanitarian conditions are improving, from where he got this 100% figure?!”.
From Radio Dabang Sama Samar says
The situation in Darfur is not stable, the direct attack by government and militi’a loyal to government on civilians is still continuing in addition to special attacks by armed movements in the region.
Also of Note
The displaced people accused the AU committee of elders headed by former South African president, Thabo Mbeki, that they only work for defense of the Sudanese government and not Darfur and its people. Al Shgelly Abel Rahman Al Thaier, leader of elders at the displaced people camps told Radio Dabanga that Mbeki and his committee did not move except that when president Omer Al Bashir was indicted by the International Criminal Court and his government. Al Shgelly asked: where was Mbeki committee when crimes were committed?