The key issue is to get a commitment to solve the problem of identity cards for northerners but the President's party is worried that this means they might lose power in the next elections.
It is clear that within the party there are other people who fear the president's party is losing the battle. They fear that the president's party will be absolutely nullified by this process of transition, and it is clear they are interested in raising the stakes and showing their strength.
It is a carefully orchestrated political strategy to show that the presidential camp is still alive and can influence the peace process. It's saying 'we're still here and we can block the process'.
The international community has to put pressure on the players that there has to be concrete action on the ground.
But on the ground we have not seen these steps turned into action regarding disarmament and identification - all is still to be done.