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Sudan Peace Agreement In Juba » Sophie T



Sudan Peace Agreement In Juba
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On 24 January, Hemetti, on behalf of the Sovereignty Council, and Ahmed El Omda Badi, on behalf of SPLM-N (Agar), signed political and security agreements[16] which constitute a framework agreement. [15] The agreements give legislative autonomy to South Kordofan and Blue Nile; Propose solutions for sharing land and other resources and aim to standardize all militias and government soldiers into a single military body in Sudan. [16] Not all Sudanese were satisfied with the agreement. Hundreds of internally displaced people living in camps in the western Darfur region staged a peaceful demonstration at Saturday`s event and chanted “No, no to the peace of Juba.” Several Sudanese who attended a signing ceremony in Juba said the agreement was a new beginning for marginalized people in the states of South Kordofan, Darfur and Blue Nile. The transitional government and various rebel groups are in Juba one year after the start of peace talks, but two key groups are not present. Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok put it this way: “This is a Sudanese peace that is concluded on our own and by its own means,” and “this is not a paper agreement, but a living body that, of all of us, needs care, attention and political will.” The Juba Peace Forum was illegitimate and some groups decided to exclude others and give themselves the legitimate power to conduct absurd negotiations that lasted a whole year and failed to bring a fruitful and lasting peace to Sudan,” Yunnis told THE VOA. Achieving a comprehensive peace also means attracting other armed movements, particularly those led by Abdel Aziz Al Hilu and Abdel Wahid Al Nur, both of which have large areas, troops and support (in both areas and Darfur respectively). Negotiations in Juba with Abdel Aziz stalled because of his demands for a secular state or, if not, the right to self-determination, but he agreed with Prime Minister Hamdok on the way forward. In a statement upon his arrival, Hamdok said that “peace will open a wide horizon for development, progress and prosperity.” Juba Taharir Kaplan said that if there is peace, he is not afraid of a pandemic. Peace negotiations were closed in parallel in five geographic regions:[1] On 25 March, Sudanese Defence Minister Gamal al-Din Omar died following peace talks with rebel groups from a heart attack in Juba.

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