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ACJPS regularly produces a range of high quality, evidence-based publications.

Sudanese Government Continues to Repress the Freedom of Expression

(29 September 2011)  On 27 September 2011, officials from the National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) raided the Aljareeda newspaper offices in Khartoum.  After ordering all employees to leave the premises, NISS officers posted guards at the main gates and locked the doors.  Chief Editor Mr. Saad Aldeen Ibrahim and …

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Sudan Human Rights Monitor Issue 13

(August-September 2011) The conflicts in South Kordofan and Blue Nile states, two of Sudan’s “three areas” that received special provisions under the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA), continue with no sign of resolution. There has been no visible progress made on establishing a forum for negotiations between the ruling Northern …

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Sudan Human Rights Monitor Issue 12

(June-July 2011) On 9 July, Sudan’s Southern region officially seceded from the rest of the nation, becoming the Republic of South Sudan (RoSS). The secession follows the overwhelming January 2011 vote in favor of separation in the referendum for self-determination prescribed by the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA). The birth …

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Sudan Human Rights Monitor Issue 11

(April-May 2011) Despite the CPA agreement on a referendum for Abyei to be held simultaneously to the Southern vote on 9 January to determine its administrative status as part of the North or South, the vote never took place due to disputes over voter eligibility. Several clashes took place in …

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