Sudan’s Recent Amnesty Resolution Undermines the Prospects for Accountability and Peace

Who would have believed that an agreement with Darfuri armed movement’s leaders would be used to justify granting amnesty to the Janjaweed for atrocities committed against innocent civilians in Darfur? And yet, that appears to be exactly what has happened.

On November 12, 2020, General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan Abdel-Rahman, in his capacity as Chairman of the National Sovereign Council, issued a controversial resolution granting amnesty as part of Juba Agreement, signed to resolve the conflict in…

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