Implementation of the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement that resulted in South Sudan independence in 2011.
Al Jazeera English | SPLM leader speaks to Al Jazeera | 20 Oct 2007
The Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) has pulled out of the government in Khartoum, endangering a peace deal bewteen South and North Sudan signed in 2005.
Al Jazeera English | 2005 Sudan peace deal in jeopardy | 11 Oct. 2007
A new politicial divide could be opening up in Sudan, after the main opposition party from the south announced it’s suspending work participation in the government. The Sudan people’s Liberation Movement says its ministers and officials won’t be turning up for work with what’s supposed to be a national unity government. They say their political partners from the north have failed to meet a long list of demands, agreed to in a 2006 peace deal. That deal ended 20 years of fighting between southern rebels and the government in Khartoum.
The peace deal is signed in Naivasha, Kenya, on January 2005.
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