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THE SUDAN PEACE AGREEMENT

THE SUDAN PEACE AGREEMENT PREAMBLE We the parties to the conflict in the Sudan; Deeply committed to an immediate end to the current armed conflict through peaceful and political means; Aware that the attainment of a just and lasting peace requires courage, statesmanship, political daring and challenging vision from the parties; Aware that only a sustainable peace based on justice, equality, democracy, and freedom can lead to a meaningful development and progress which would assist in the solution of the fundamental problems of the people of the Sudan; Fully cognizant of the fact that the unity of the Sudan cannot be based on force or coercion, but on the free will of the people; Hereby agree to make and abide by this agreement. CHAPTER ONE A. DEFINITIONS In this agreement, unless the context otherwise, requires the following words shall have the same meanings assigned to it. "Southern States" means the ten Southern States arising from the former provinces of Bahr el Gazal, Equatoria and Upper Nile with their boundaries as stood on 1st. January 1956. "Interim Period" means the transitional period having the defined functions to this agreement, the end of which shall be the announcement of the referendum results. "Constitution" means http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png African Yearbook of International Law Online Brill

THE SUDAN PEACE AGREEMENT

African Yearbook of International Law Online , Volume 5 (1): 15 – Jan 1, 1997

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Copyright © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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2211-6176
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10.1163/221161797X00257
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Abstract

PREAMBLE We the parties to the conflict in the Sudan; Deeply committed to an immediate end to the current armed conflict through peaceful and political means; Aware that the attainment of a just and lasting peace requires courage, statesmanship, political daring and challenging vision from the parties; Aware that only a sustainable peace based on justice, equality, democracy, and freedom can lead to a meaningful development and progress which would assist in the solution of the fundamental problems of the people of the Sudan; Fully cognizant of the fact that the unity of the Sudan cannot be based on force or coercion, but on the free will of the people; Hereby agree to make and abide by this agreement. CHAPTER ONE A. DEFINITIONS In this agreement, unless the context otherwise, requires the following words shall have the same meanings assigned to it. "Southern States" means the ten Southern States arising from the former provinces of Bahr el Gazal, Equatoria and Upper Nile with their boundaries as stood on 1st. January 1956. "Interim Period" means the transitional period having the defined functions to this agreement, the end of which shall be the announcement of the referendum results. "Constitution" means

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Published: Jan 1, 1997

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