South Sudan Peace Agreement 2005

The Council has already requested reconstruction and development assistance, he said, including supporting the Norwegian government`s initiative to convene a donor conference in Oslo to address the mobilization of funds for this purpose, provided the parties meet their commitments. It was in this spirit that the members of the Security Council began to draft a resolution to address in depth all aspects of the situation in Sudan. Through this resolution, the Council will identify ways to establish a full-fledged United Nations peace support operation to contribute to the implementation of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement. The wealth-sharing system imposed by the CPA did not fully enter into force until 2008 – and even then its implementation continued to be hampered by political tensions and weak administrative capacity. In particular, delays in implementation have been related to the lack of trust between the ASC and SPLM/A. The lack of transparency in the Sudanese oil sector has also undermined implementation progress, as shown by the lack of public information on contracts between the Sudanese government and its investors. And the lack of information on the country`s total oil production and the level of revenue generated makes it almost impossible to independently verify the volume of oil production, production and revenues. Currently, oil accounts for 98% of The Government of South Sudan`s (GoSS) revenues and the majority of oil deposits are in the south. While goSS receives oil revenues (from one year after the signing of the CPA) under the terms of the asset-sharing agreement, its lack of capacity to plan, allocate and spend these resources would have led to an increase in corruption within the SPLM/A.

The lack of progress in delimiting the north-south border has also hampered the creation of a framework for calculating oil wealth in border areas. Agreement between the Government of Sudan (GOS) and the Sudan People`s Liberation Movement/Sudan People`s Liberation Army (SPLM/SPLA) on how to implement the protocols and agreements (12-31/2004) | 40 KB | Note: This is a cover of the implementation agreement, The Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA, in Arabic: Ittif-qiyyah al-sal`m al-Emile), also known as the Naivasha Agreement, was an agreement signed on 9 January 2005 by the Sudanese People`s Liberation Movement (SPLM) and the Government of Sudan. [1] The CPA was to end The Second Sudanese Civil War, develop national democratic governance and share oil revenues.