16th June 2020


What caused the first civil war in Sudan?

The Arab-led Khartoum government reneged on promises to southerners to create a federal system, which led to a mutiny by Southern troops in the Equatoria Province. Feeling disenfranchised and cheated,these separatist Southerners began an initially low-intensity civil war aimed at establishing an independent South.

Also, what is the cause of the conflict in Sudan?

Sudan is no exception, making oil the most immediate source of conflict. While dependence on oil has been proven to be a serious long-term impediment to both economic development and democratization in most countries, in the short run it represents salavation for poor nations.

Beside above, who won the Sudan civil war?

Four Kenyan civilians killed. The South Sudanese Civil War was a conflict in South Sudan between forces of the government and opposition forces.

South Sudanese Civil War.
Date15 December 2013 – 22 February 2020 (6 years, 2 months, 1 week and 1 day)
ResultUnity Government formed Three Special Administrative Areas created

Why did South Sudan split from Sudan?

South Sudan gained independence from Sudan in July 2011 as the outcome of a 2005 peace deal that ended Africa's longest-running civil war. An overwhelming majority of South Sudanese voted in a January 2011 referendum to secede and become Africa's first new country since Eritrea split from Ethiopia in 1993.

Why did Sudan split into two countries?

Sudan, once the largest and one of the most geographically diverse states in Africa, split into two countries in July 2011 after the people of the south voted for independence.
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