Why South Sudan Seceded

by Mohamed Ibrahim Khalil
Why South Sudan Seceded
  • ISBN-13: 9781569027608
  • Author(s): Mohamed Ibrahim Khalil
  • Subject: African studies
  • Publisher: Africa World Press
  • Imprint: Africa World Press
  • Publication Date: 11-11-2021
  • Format: p/b

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This book is a study of the historical, political, and legal events that led to the secession of South Sudan. After an opening chapter on the historical background of the Sudan from early times until independence, the book gives a brief account of how the British Condominium administration ruled the country generally and the policies adopted by it with respect to the Southern Provinces. It then proceeds to discuss in some detail how the democratically elected independence governments and the country's first military regime tackled North/South relations and the complicating factor of Islamisation adopted by Omar al-Bashir's regime and the detail of the negotiations in Abuja and Naivasha ending with the Comprehensive Peace Agreement and the interim constitution. The book ends with a two-section epilogue, the first of which deals with the problems still unsolved and continue to threaten peaceful neighborly relations between Sudan and South Sudan, principally Abyei and its Njok Dinka inha
About the book

This book is a study of the historical, political, and legal events that led to the secession of South Sudan. After an opening chapter on the historical background of the Sudan from early times until independence, the book gives a brief account of how the British Condominium administration ruled the country generally and the policies adopted by it with respect to the Southern Provinces. It then proceeds to discuss in some detail how the democratically elected independence governments and the country's first military regime tackled North/South relations and the complicating factor of Islamisation adopted by Omar al-Bashir's regime and the detail of the negotiations in Abuja and Naivasha ending with the Comprehensive Peace Agreement and the interim constitution. The book ends with a two-section epilogue, the first of which deals with the problems still unsolved and continue to threaten peaceful neighborly relations between Sudan and South Sudan, principally Abyei and its Njok Dinka inha