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Vol 47 No 10

Published 12th May 2006


Sudan

It's the government, stupid

If it doesn't trigger the dispatch of a protection force, the Darfur accord will have failed

In the Abuja deal, the victims barely figure. The document is long and detailed but offers little substantial or enforceable political or economic change. The Khartoum regime is unlikely to share power with people it has tried to exterminate. The rebels are to be disarmed and encamped, and 4,000 of them integrated into the same armed forces that killed their families.

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