H.Res.1588 - Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives on the importance of the full implementation of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement to help ensure peace and stability in Sudan during and after mandated referenda.

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  • Official: Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives on the importance of the full implementation of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement to help ensure peace and stability in Sudan during and after mandated referenda. as introduced.

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07/30/10
 
09/28/10
 
09/28/10

Official Summary

Expresses the sense of the House of Representatives that the U.S. government should: (1) work with appropriate Sudanese parties and regional and international partners to implement the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) and correct systemic election problems; (2) work with the United Natio

Official Summary

Expresses the sense of the House of Representatives that the U.S. government should:
(1) work with appropriate Sudanese parties and regional and international partners to implement the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) and correct systemic election problems;
(2) work with the United Nations Mission in Sudan (UNMIS) to ensure security during and after the referenda campaign and voting processes;
(3) ensure international monitoring and observation of registration and polling and ensure that the government of National Unity (GNU) provides adequate resources for the registration and polling periods;
(4) work with appropriate Sudanese parties and regional and international partners to ensure the right of return of Sudanese refugees and displaced persons, and that the citizenship rights of southerners in the north and northerners in the south are respected should the south vote for independence;
(5) work with regional and international partners to ensure a stable north-south border and a permanent peace in Sudan;
(6) continue to utilize diplomats and experts to support the African Union (AU) and United Nations-led negotiations over the post-referendum issues and to revitalize the Darfur Peace Process;
(7) undertake renewed efforts to implement the Administration's stated Sudan policy of October 2009;
(8) support the government of Southern Sudan; and
(9) stand with those people of Sudan who share aspirations for a peaceful and democratic future.

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