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The Transitional Justice Peace Agreements Database.  
 
Database - Record for : Declaration on Cessation of Hostilities and the Structures and Principles of the Somalia National Reconciliation Process
Record 365

Country :

Somalia

Agreement Title/Name:
Declaration on Cessation of Hostilities and the Structures and Principles of the Somalia National Reconciliation Process
Year :
2002
Date Signed :

27 October 2002

Summary :

Parties commit to building federal governance structures, a cessation of hostilities, to implement the UN arms embargo on Somalia.


Parties :
Transitional National Govt, Puntland State of Somalia, Transitional National Assembly, Somalia Reconciliation and Restoration Council, RRA, USC, SRRC, SSA, SNA, SNF, SPM, JVA, Jowhar Administration, SSNM, BIREM, SPM/Nakuru, Civil Society
Third Parties :
Statehood/Identity :
Not Applicable
Governance/Democratic Inst :
Art. 1 parties commit to federal governance structure for Somalia, embodied in a Charter or Constitution. Endorsing principle of decentralization, and ensuring the rights, representation and protection of all Somali individuals and groups.
Women :
Not Applicable
Amnesty :
Not Applicable
Past Mechanism :
Not Applicable
Prisoner Release :
Not Applicable
Victims :
Not Applicable
Criminal Justice Reform :
Not Applicable
National Human Rights Inst :
Not Applicable
Human Rights Framework :
Not Applicable
Judicial Reform :
Not Applicable
Policing :
Not Applicable
Refugees/Land :
Not Applicable
Civil Society :
art. 3.2 to guarantee the security of all humanitarian and development personnel and installations; Signatory: Dr. Sharif Salah Mohamed Ali 'On behalf of civil society'
Dev& Socio-Economic Rights :
Not Applicable
Enforcement Mechanism :
Art.2(5) to invite the intl community to undertake field-based and remote monitoring of the arms-embargo, and to guarantee their representatives unimpeded and safe access. Art.6. Monitoring of the Declaration. 1) to invite IGAD, the AU, and the intl community to support and monitor the implementation of this declaration and all further agreements reached; 2) to support the establishment of enforcement mechanisms for the safe delivery of humanitarian aid and implementation of this declaration and all further agmts reached in the interst of the people fo Somalia.
International Community :
Witnesses: IGAD, Djibouti ambassador to Somalia, Ethiopian Special Envoy for Somalia. 'In the presence of' Special Envoy of Italy, League of Arab States, Egypt, US Ambassador to Kenya, EU and European Commission delegation to Kenya, UNSRSG for Somalia. Preamble acknowledges leading role of IGAD in this process and appreciating role of intl community. Art.2(5) to invite the intl community to undertake field-based and remote monitoring of the arms-embargo, and to guarantee their representatives unimpeded and safe access. Art.6. Monitoring of the Declaration. 1) to invite IGAD, the AU, and the intl community to support and monitor the implementation of this declaration and all further agreements reached.
UN Involvement :
UNSRSG for Somalia witnessed agmt.
Source :
UN Peacemaker


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