Second Sudanese Civil War (Causes (2001 (The National People's…
Second Sudanese Civil War
Fighting breaks out again between northern and southern Sudan after Jaafar Nimeiri abolished South Sudan's autonomy.
The military seized power in Sudan.
The National People's Congress signs a memorandum of understanding with the Sudanese People's Liberation Army (SPLA).
Al-Turabi is arrested the next day.
The talks in Kenya GOT a revolutionary agreement between the southern rebels and the Sudanese government to end the civil war.
South Sudan's leader John Garang dies in a plane crash.
The peace agreement ends the Civil War. It provides certain rules like:
Autonomy for the south.
A power-sharing government involving rebels in Khartoum.
A referendum on independence in southern Sudan within six years.
22 years conflict (1983-2005).
Two million people died.
The war led South Sudan as an independent nation.
Famine and diseases caused by war.
The Garang SPLA had been almost expelled from the South entirely, thanks in large part to the support of the President of Uganda and the former President of Garang.
Desrespect of culture and religions.