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U*S Special Envoy Scott Gration Chooses Normative Policy with War-Crime Indicted President

-In a September 29th report in the Washington Post, Major General Scott Gration, the US Special Envoy for Sudan, stated that he plans to implement a “normative” relations policy to solve the Darfur crisis with the only war-crime indicted President in the world, Omar Al-Bashir. Gration believes that positive cooperation with the Sudanese government is the best way to end the genocide: “We've got to think about giving out cookies. Kids, countries, they react to gold stars, smiley faces, handshakes, agreements, talk,” Gration stated.

The Damanga Coalition for Freedom and Democracy is extremely saddened by Gration’s proposal and naïve remarks about Darfur and the Sudanese Scott Grationgovernment. It is clear that Gration and the Obama administration fail to realize or choose to ignore the severity of the genocide and rampant co

Added: Sep-30-2009 Occurred On: Sep-29-2009
By: IslamMonitor
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Tags: Major General Scott Gration, sudan, naive policy, normative policy, Omar Al-Bashir
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