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TEXT: South Sudan’s Security Arrangements Agreement

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South Sudan’s Security Arrangements Agreement signed on 6 July 2018

1.1. The Parties hereby agree that the Permanent Ceasefire signed in the Khartoum Declaration of 27 June 2018, which came into effect on 1st July 2018, shall be observed meticulously throughout the Republic of South Sudan.
1.2. In observing the Permanent Ceasefire The Parties reiterate all their commitments under the Cessation of Hostilities Agreement (COHA) signed on 21st December 2017.
1.3. Prisoners of War (POWs) and Detainees shall be released immediately under the supervision of the ICRC.
1.4. Free movement of citizens, commodities and services shall be guaranteed.
1.5. Humanitarian corridors for relief shall be immediately opened.
1.6. No revenge, vengeance or retribution and any kind of violation of the Permanent Ceasefire is allowed under any circumstances.
1.7. A process of national healing and reconciliation shall commence at the beginning of The Pre-Transitional Period and shall include all forces and affected people.

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  • 7 July 2018 07:23, by jubaone

    Item 1.6 stating no "revenge"..and 1.7 on national healing are bogus and stupid. Jienges define their grievances through revenge and we as Equatorians will NEVER accept any healing with jienges. Only when they quit and emigrate from every single Equatorian towns shall there be healing. Just the sight of these monkeys makes us sick.

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    • 7 July 2018 07:28, by jubaone

      This agreement did not address the repatriation of refugees to their ancestral lands and jienges mustn’t think free movement will allow them to wander like vagabonds everywhere uncontrolled. No. Those squatting in Nimule must get out and allow Madis and Acholis to return unhindered to their ancestral lands. Jienges have no f**king business idling there. This is healing

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