15. September 2021 · Write a comment · Categories: Uncategorized

The process resulted in the following agreements (also known as protocols): the asset-sharing system established by the CPA did not become fully applicable until 2008 – and even after that, its implementation continued to be hampered by political tensions and weak administrative capacity. In particular, delays in implementation were related to the lack of trust between asc and SPLM/A. The lack of transparency in Sudan`s oil sector has also undermined progress in implementation, as evidenced by the lack of publicly available information on contracts between the Sudanese government and its investors. And the lack of information on the country`s overall oil production and revenue level makes it almost impossible to independently verify the level of oil production, production and revenues. This revenue-sharing agreement will end in July 2011 – and probably sooner if the South separates – making a new sharing of oil revenues a high priority for all parties. The system put in place by the PCA has given rise to a special administrative status for the Abyei region, a sensitive area close to the historic border between North and South Sudan. . . .

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