By Tim Flatman
January 31, 2013 - In continuing to endorse Thabo Mbeki’s proposal to resolve the status of Abyei, but deciding not to follow through on its earlier commitment to refer it to the UN Security Council, the African Union has effectively declared itself, at the Heads of State level, competent to enforce the proposal and carry out a referendum itself should the Government of Sudan continue to obfuscate and delay implementation of its Agreements.
Already GoS’ chief negotiator Idris (...)
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