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AEC 2008 - Post-Conflict Recovery and Policy Reforms


In an attempt to put an end to the conflicts that had prevailed in Sudan for a long time, three different peace agreements were signed between 2005 and 2007. The first was the comprehensive peace agreement (CPA), which ended the north-south armed conflict. The second was the Darfur peace agreement (DPA). It was meant to settle the conflict in Darfur region. The third was the East Sudan peace agreement (ESPA) aimed at resolving the conflict in the Eastern part of the country.

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