Agreement Sudan

The Sudan Peace Agreement is a historic peace agreement, on August 31, 2020 in South 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], with the Sudanese Revolutionary Front, which includes the five main Sudanese rebel groups, and at the head of the Justice and Equality Movement and the Sudan Liberation Movement under was drawn. 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]. Sudan`s transitional government has signed a long-awaited peace agreement with a coalition of armed groups. The deal raises hopes of ending decades of civil wars — but not all rebel groups are on board. “Now that most of the parties to the conflict are on board with the agreement, the Sudanese government must ensure a thorough, effective and impartial investigation into allegations of serious violations of both international humanitarian law and human rights law perpetrated by members of the country`s armed forces and their allied militias, as well as by armed opposition groups.” said Deprose Muchena. .

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