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Darfur Peace Agreement - Full Text of the Signed Version

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May 10, 2006 (ABUJA) — Attached the full text of the African Union brokered Darfur Peace Agreement signed by the Sudanese government and a faction of the Sudan Liberation Movement/Army led by Minni Minawi on Friday 5 May 2006.

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Sinatures of the DPA
Sinatures of the DPA
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Darfur Peace Agreement
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  • 27 February 2009 13:37, by David Deng Makuei Nhial

    Dear Fellow sudanese and particularly Darfurians, the DPA will not be valid until all factions in Darfur joint hands for a durale, sustainable and lasting agreement. however Darfurian will not accieved any valid documentation if at all each faction sign its own peace deal with Khartoum, remember or revise what happened to Minawi regarding 5th/May/2006 Abuja peace ageement.
    Please I argue all, this is your pragile chance of liberating yourselves and kick out this hostile and arrogan Government in Khartoum.

    repondre message

  • 12 November 2013 05:35, by huynhhai

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