Sudans Ratify Oil, Security Deals Amid Mounting Criticism
Against a backdrop of unrest and public dissatisfaction towards the authorities in Sudan and Southern Sudan, the parliaments in both countries have ratified the cooperation agreements signed by Presidents ‘Umar al-Bashir and Salva Kiir in Addis Ababa late last month.
The deals, signed on 27 September, came after more than three weeks of intense AU-brokered negotiations, and were designed to both bring...
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