Sudan Peace Agreements

The Sudanese peace process consists of meetings, written agreements and actions to resolve the war in Darfur, the Sudanese conflict in South Kordofan and Blue Nile (both regions[1]) as well as armed conflicts in central, northern and eastern Sudan. [1] On November 12, Ahlam Nasir, on behalf of Women of Sudanese Civic and Political Groups (MANSAM), met with Mohammed al-Ta`ishi, a member of the Sovereignty Council, saying that women should be involved in peace negotiations. Nasir presented concrete proposals regarding women`s participation in negotiations and MANSAM`s priorities in the peace process. [10] According to Neville Melvin Gertze of Namibia, who was speaking at a UN Security Council meeting in October 2019, peace agreements resulting from negotiations with women are 35 percent more likely to last at least 15 years than those that are the result of negotiations only for men. [41] CAIRO – Leaders of Sudan`s interim government and a number of rebel groups on Saturday signed a peace agreement in the South Sudanese capital, Juba, which observers hope will end nearly two decades of conflict in war-torn regions, including Darfur. Last June, the UN Security Council adopted two resolutions on Sudan, which established the UN Mission under its name (UNTAMS), who have the mission of assisting the transitional government in establishing and implementing peace agreements and protecting the civilian population in Darfur, South Kordofan and Blue Nile. «Today we have reached a peace agreement. We are happy. We ended the mission,» said Tut Gatluak, head of the South Sudanese mediation team, shortly before the signing of the agreement which took place a year after the start of peace talks.

The Sudanese Peace Agreement is a historic peace agreement concluded on the 31st At the head of the Justice and Equality Movement and the Sudan Liberation Movement, abdel Fattah al-Burhan, was signed on 27 August 2020 in Sudan by the Sudanese government led by Abdallah Hamdok and in the presence of the President of the Sudan Sovereignty Council, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan[1]. both in the Darfur region in the west and in the Sudan People`s Liberation Movement — North[2], which is leading a rebellion against the Sudanese government of South Kordofan and Blue Nile[3]. The agreement aims to achieve stability and peace in Sudan after decades of several civil conflicts that have reportedly killed more than 300,000 people and displaced more than two and a half million, especially after the conflict has spread to Darfur since 2003[4]. In 2005, the Comprehensive Peace Agreement resolved part of Sudan`s armed conflict, including the 2011 South Sudanese referendum on independence and the secession of South Sudan. The 2006 Abuja and Doha in Darfur peace agreements aimed to resolve the conflict in Darfur. The draft constitutional declaration of August 2019, signed by military and civilian representatives during the 2018/19 Sudanese revolution, requires that a peace agreement be reached within the first six months of the 39-month transitional period for democratic civilian government. [2] [3] This article focuses on the component of the peace process that began in 2019. . .

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