This is a joint civil society analysis on the security provisions of the Proposed, July Compromise Agreement on the resolution of the Conflict in the Republic of South Sudan. It is largely based on a roundtable of representatives of civil society organizations that met in Juba on the 3rd August 2015 to review Chapter II and make recommendations for improvement. This chapter broadly covers issues pertaining Permanent Ceasefire and Transitional Security Arrangements. The civil society roundtable in which this analysis was consolidated was facilitated by the South Sudan Action Network on Small Arms (SSANSA).
Read full paper here: Civil Society Comments on chapter II of Proposed Compromise Agreement