South Sudan Peace Agreement 2019

The implementation of the R-ARCSS rules relating to the establishment of the CTRH, the HCSS and the Cra will promote justice, unity, reconciliation and impunity. This will achieve the objectives of the Agreement, as justice, reconciliation and national healing are important in any peacebuilding process. Ahmed Soliman, a scientific collaborator in the Africa programme at Chatham House, a London-based think tank, is skeptical. He said that even with the 100-day extension, it was not certain that issues relating to security measures and governance issues, such as the number of States, would be resolved. “Lasting peace in South Sudan will be a long-term undertaking.” In the short term, the focus should be on ensuring that any unity government formed is inclusive, DW`s Suleiman said. Between the transitional government and the SPLM-North al-Hilu rebel group, on 3 September 27, 2020, in Addis Ababa, an agreement was reached to separate religion and state and not discriminate against anyone`s ethnicity in order to guarantee equal treatment of all Sudanese citizens. The policy statement states that “Sudan is a multiracial, multi-ethnic, multi-religious and multicultural society. The full recognition and adaptation of these differences must be confirmed. (…) The State must not found an official religion. No citizen should be discriminated against on the basis of his or her religion. [26] Secularism has long been a demand of the SPLM-Nord al-Hilu, with a spokesman saying: “The problem is (…) To say why people have become rebels? Because there is no equality of civil rights, there is no sharing of wealth, there is no same evolution in the country, there is no equality between blacks and Arabs and Muslims and Christians. [37] On the 21st A final agreement on the eastern line was reached on February 2, 2020. The terms of the agreement implied increased representation of Eastern Sudan in federal government structures; the establishment of a locally financed reconstruction fund; and the establishment of a private bank in eastern Sudan, financed at the international level, to support political, educational, health and other structures. [23] If Washington is serious about peace in South Sudan, it can begin by publicly acknowledging that Kiir is not a legitimate president. He was never elected president of independent South Sudan, the term of his election in 2010 as head of South Sudan`s semi-autonomous government expired in 2015, and under his control, hundreds of thousands of his fellow South Sudanese perished due to violence, hunger and other factors aggravated by the civil war.

On 26 January, Shamseldin Kabashi of the Sovereignty Council and Dahab Ibrahim of the Kush movement signed a “definitive” peace agreement for the northern line, which concerns studies on new dams, compensation for people displaced by existing dams, road construction and burial of electrical and nuclear waste. [21] While fighting has largely eased since September, clashes continue throughout the country, particularly in the central state of Equatoria, where the National Salvation Front (NAS), one of the main non-signatories to the agreement, has a strong presence. . . .