The United Nation has projected 2010 as a yard stick for the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) that ended the two decades strife in Sudan. Secretary-General’s Special Representative to Sudan, Ashraf Jehangir Qazi says that every Sudanese has an obligation to see the act a success. Qazi has also said that the UN and the international community is behind every move to see peace and development prevail.
2010 is the last full year of the accord which ended more than two decades of one of the continent’s bloodiest civil wars. Sudan is to hold its first democratic election and referendum in 2011. Sudan is currently facing international sanctions and the President’s ability to travel is seriously limited.
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