The Juba Agreement for Peace in Sudan
In October 2020, the Juba Agreement for Peace in Sudan was signed by Sudan’s transitional government and by many of the country’s main warring factions. The Agreement is highly complex and covers a wide range of areas, including governance, security and transitional justice and is intended to inform the future constitutional negotiation process.
This Summary and Analysis Paper focuses mainly on the Agreement’s impact on the future constitutional process. It summarises and analyses the Agreement’s power sharing elements, the federal arrangements that it establishes, and a range of other issues. This Summary and Analysis Paper will be a key resource for negotiators, advisers and observers.
1. Executive summary
3. Content of the future constitution
4. Transitional issues
5. Security arrangements
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