CPA 2005 North-South Sudan Agreement

1. Power Sharing Agreement (Click Here To Read More………………….)

Protocol Between THE GOVERNMENT OF SUDAN (GOS) AND THE SUDAN PEOPLE’S LIBERATION MOVEMENT (SPLM) ON POWER SHARING in Naivasha, Kenya, Wednesday, May 26, 2004

PREAMBLE:
CONSCIOUS of the need for an expeditious termination of Sudan’s protracted and costly war;
MINDFUL AND AWARE of the yearning of all the Sudanese for a quick, just and sustainable peace;
ENCOURAGED by the progress made thus far in our pursuit for realizing comprehensive Peace Agreement in the Sudan;
DETERMINED to crown the valuable achievement of this Peace Process by arriving at an equitable and fair formula for sharing power in the Sudan;
RESOLVED to usher in an era of responsible, just, transparent, people-led and integrity based governance;
CONVINCED that decentralization and empowerment of all levels of government are cardinal principles of effective and fair administration of the country…..

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2. Wealth Sharing Agreement (Click Here To Read More……………..)

WEALTH SHARING
1.0 GUIDING PRINCIPLES IN RESPECT OF AN EQUITABLE SHARING OF COMMON
WEALTH

1.1 The Parties agree that the guiding principles and provisions below shall be the basis for the comprehensive text on Wealth Sharing.
1.2 The wealth of Sudan shall be shared equitably so as to enable each level of government to discharge its legal and constitutional responsibilities and duties.
1.3 The National Government shall also fulfil its obligation to provide transfers to the Government of Southern Sudan.
1.4 The sharing and allocation of wealth emanating from the resources of the Sudan shall ensure that the quality of life, dignity and living conditions of all the citizens are promoted without discrimination on
grounds of gender, race, religion, political affiliation, ethnicity, language, or region. The sharing and allocation of this wealth shall be based on the premise that all parts of Sudan are entitled to development.
1.5 The Parties agree that Southern Sudan faces serious needs to: (i) be able to perform basic government functions, (ii) build up the civil administration, and (iii) rehabilitate and reconstruct/construct the social and physical infrastructure in a post-conflict Sudan.
1.6 The Parties agree that Nuba Mountains, Southern Blue Nile, Abyei and other war affected areas face serious needs to: (i) be able to perform basic government functions, (ii) establish and build civil
administration and (iii) rehabilitate and reconstruct/construct the social and physical infrastructure in a post-conflict Sudan…………

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3. Security Arrangement and Machakos Protocol (Click Here To Read More………….)

Interim Security Agreement

Naivasha: Thursday, September 25th, 2003

WHEREAS
the Government of the Republic of the Sudan and the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/Sudan People’s Liberation Army (the Parties) have been conducting negotiations in Naivasha, Kenya, since 2nd September, 2003 under the auspices of the IGAD Peace Process; and

WHEREAS
the Parties reiterated their commitment to a negotiated, peaceful, comprehensive resolution to the Sudan Conflict within the Unity of Sudan as set forth in the Machakos Protocol of 20th July 2002; and

NOW RECORD THAT
within the above context, the Parties have reached specific agreement on Security Arrangements during the Interim Period, the initialed text of which is annexed hereto and which will be subsequently incorporated into the final Peace Agreement; and…..

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