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The Memorandum on the Cabinda Province is aimed at putting an end to “the conflict and to establish a just and lasting peace in the framework of a true reconciliation in the Province of Cabinda”. The Memorandum provides for an amnesty law for all crimes committed under the armed conflict. In terms of reconciliation, it...
The first agreement, the Bicesse Accords, was aimed mainly at regulating a ceasefire, with some fundamental elements for peace contained in Attachment II. The comprehensive Lusaka Protocol was supposed to bring an end to the conflict; however, the agreements were broken, and the Luanda Protocol and Leuna Agreement were adopted to clarify further issues and...
The Parties to the Sirte Agreement affirmed the security and integrity of the political borders of all states and agreed to cease hostilities to pave the way for dialogue and peaceful resolution. The Parties further agreed to deployment of neutral African peacekeeping forces in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), and reaffirmed the need to...
According to its founding treaty, aim of the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) is to promote and strengthen harmonious cooperation and balanced and self-sustained development in all fields of economic and social activity, particularly in the fields of industry, transport and communications, energy agriculture, natural resources, trade, customs, monetary and financial matters, human...
According to its founding treaty, the objectives of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) include promoting sustainable and equitable economic growth and socioeconomic development that will ensure poverty alleviation with the ultimate objective of its eradication, enhancing the standard and quality of life of the people of Southern Africa and supporting the socially disadvantaged through...
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