Implementation Of The Comprehensive Peace Agreement

13.1 The structure and levels of monitoring and verification of the implementation of this agreement are as follows: on 11 October 2007, the SPLM recalled all its ministers and presidential advisers to the Government of National Unity, as many provisions of the CPA were rejected or not implemented by the GoNU. In its decision to withdraw its participation in the GoNU, the SPLM cited four reasons: the lack of delimitation of the north-south border, problems with the distribution of wealth (oil), a delayed withdrawal and not a solution for Abyei.2 The SPLM stated that the delay in delimiting the North-South border was due to obstacles caused by the ASC in the work of the Border Commission. Similarly, FAS has not been withdrawn from the South, particularly from oil fields. The SPLM also stated that there was no transparency on the issue of asset allocation. Finally, the SPLM has been excluded from the management and development of the oil sector. On 12 December 2007, the parties agreed to address these issues, including issues relating to the management of oil zone security in the Integrated Joint Units.3 Following the resolution of the dispute, President Al-Bashir adopted a series of decrees on 26 December 2007 appointing new SPLM ministers, ministers of state and presidential advisers to the Government of the National Unit (GoNU). The new ministers of the SPLM were sworn in on 27 December 2007.4 24.2. National responsibility for the process and the ability of national institutions to effectively conduct the entire GDR process; To this end, effective planning, implementation and monitoring institutions will be established and will be able to respond as soon as possible. When peace talks between the Ugandan government and the LRA began in 2006, the Uganda People`s Defence Forces (UPDF) were allowed to come and stay in South Sudan.

The LRA began its immediate withdrawal from upDF, which never happened. 1 Until the end of 2008, the LRA gradually left South Sudan to deploy its troops to the dense forests of the Democratic Republic of Congo2. While the role of the CJMC had avoided many incidents that would otherwise have triggered a major conflict, the Sudanese Armed Force (SAF) informed UNMIS that a number of northern cities in UNMIS Sector VI should be excluded from surveillance and verification, limiting the United Nations field operation. In addition, in September 2006, the SPLA imposed restrictions on the freedom of movement of UNMIS observers south of Abyei.1 In October and December 2006, movement restrictions in Abyei were temporarily lifted.217.7.