Acte d’Adhésion de la Convention des Patriotes pour la Justice et la Paix (CPJP) à l’Accord de Paix Global de Libreville

  • Country/entity

    Central African Republic
  • Region

    Africa (excl MENA)
  • Agreement name

    Acte d’Adhésion de la Convention des Patriotes pour la Justice et la Paix (CPJP) à l’Accord de Paix Global de Libreville
  • Date

    25 Aug 2012
  • Agreement status

    Multiparty signed/agreed
  • Interim arrangement

    Yes
  • Agreement/conflict level

    Intrastate/intrastate conflict ( Central African Republic Conflicts (1996 - ) )
  • Stage

    Implementation/renegotiation
  • Conflict nature

    Government
  • Peace process

    CAR: coups and rebellions process
  • Parties

    For the CPJP
    - Hissene Abdoulaye RAMADAN, President of the CPJP

    For the CAR Government
    - General De Corps D’Armee Xavier Sylvestre Yangongo, Minister Delegated to the President responsible for DDRJPN

    Ont paraphe [Not sure how to translate this]

    For the Government
    - Minister of Public Security
    - Minister Delegated to the Presidency of the Republic responsible for national defence

    For the International Community
    - BINUCA
    - African Union
    - MICOPAX (FOMAC)
  • Third parties

    -
  • Description

    -


Groups

  • Children/youth

    No specific mention.

  • Disabled persons

    No specific mention.

  • Elderly/age

    No specific mention.

  • Migrant workers

    No specific mention.

  • Racial/ethnic/national group

    No specific mention.

  • Religious groups

    No specific mention.

  • Indigenous people

    No specific mention.

  • Other groups

    No specific mention.

  • Refugees/displaced persons

    No specific mention.

  • Social class

    No specific mention.


Gender

  • Women, girls and gender

    No specific mention.

  • Men and boys

    No specific mention.

  • LGBTI

    No specific mention.

  • Family

    No specific mention.


State definition

  • Nature of state (general)

    No specific mention.

  • State configuration

    No specific mention.

  • Self determination

    No specific mention.

  • Referendum

    No specific mention.

  • State symbols

    No specific mention.

  • Independence/secession

    No specific mention.

  • Accession/unification

    No specific mention.

  • Border delimitation

    No specific mention.

  • Cross-border provision

    No specific mention.


Governance

  • Political institutions (new or reformed)

    No specific mention.

  • Elections

    No specific mention.

  • Electoral commission

    No specific mention.

  • Political parties reform

    No specific mention.

  • Civil society

    No specific mention.

  • Traditional/religious leaders

    No specific mention.

  • Public administration

    No specific mention.

  • Constitution

    No specific mention.


Power sharing

  • Political power sharing

    No specific mention.

  • Territorial power sharing

    No specific mention.

  • Economic power sharing

    No specific mention.

  • Military power sharing

    No specific mention.


Human rights and equality

  • Human rights/RoL general

    No specific mention.

  • Bill of rights/similar

    No specific mention.

  • Treaty incorporation

    No specific mention.

  • Civil and political rights

    No specific mention.

  • Socio-economic rights

    No specific mention.


Rights related issues

  • Citizenship

    No specific mention.

  • Democracy

    No specific mention.

  • Detention procedures

    No specific mention.

  • Media and communication

    No specific mention.

  • Mobility/access

    No specific mention.

  • Protection measures

    No specific mention.

  • Other

    No specific mention.


Rights institutions

  • NHRI

    No specific mention.

  • Regional or international human rights institutions

    No specific mention.


Justice sector reform

  • Criminal justice and emergency law

    No specific mention.

  • State of emergency provisions

    No specific mention.

  • Judiciary and courts

    No specific mention.

  • Prisons and detention

    No specific mention.

  • Traditional Laws

    No specific mention.


Socio-economic reconstruction

  • Development or socio-economic reconstruction

    No specific mention.

  • National economic plan

    No specific mention.

  • Natural resources

    No specific mention.

  • International funds

    No specific mention.

  • Business

    No specific mention.

  • Taxation

    No specific mention.

  • Banks

    No specific mention.


Land, property and environment

  • Land reform/rights

    No specific mention.

  • Pastoralist/nomadism rights

    No specific mention.

  • Cultural heritage

    No specific mention.

  • Environment

    No specific mention.

  • Water or riparian rights or access

    No specific mention.


Security sector

  • Security Guarantees

    No specific mention.

  • Ceasefire
    Security sector→Ceasefire→Ceasefire provision
    Page 1, THE CONVENTION OF PATRIOTS FOR JUSTICE AND PEACE
    REQUESTS the Government of the Central African Republic to carry out the duties conferred on it in particular by the Ceasefire Agreement signed on June 11, 2008, and the Libreville Global Peace Agreement of June 21, 2008.
  • Police

    No specific mention.

  • Armed forces

    No specific mention.

  • DDR
    Security sector→DDR→DDR programmes
    Page 2, The Government of the Central African Republic:
    ...
    2 – Declares its intention to implement and monitor the present Act, to the best of its abilities and its obligations, under the peace and DDR process in Central Africa.
  • Intelligence services

    No specific mention.

  • Parastatal/rebel and opposition group forces
    Page 2, THE GOVERNMENT OF THE CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC,
    1 – Will take account of the provisions stated above by the Convention of Patriots for Justice and Peace (CPJP);
  • Withdrawal of foreign forces

    No specific mention.

  • Corruption

    No specific mention.

  • Crime/organised crime

    No specific mention.

  • Drugs

    No specific mention.

  • Terrorism

    No specific mention.


Transitional justice

  • Transitional justice general

    No specific mention.

  • Amnesty/pardon
    Transitional justice→Amnesty/pardon→Amnesty/pardon proper
    Page 1, The Convention of Patriots for Justice and Peace (CPJP) declares that it will:
    ...
    2 – Adhere to the Libreville Global Peace Agreement and all Acts subsequent to the Amnesty Law of October 13, 2008, and undertake to implement them in good faith.
  • Courts

    No specific mention.

  • Mechanism

    No specific mention.

  • Prisoner release

    No specific mention.

  • Vetting

    No specific mention.

  • Victims

    No specific mention.

  • Missing persons

    No specific mention.

  • Reparations

    No specific mention.

  • Reconciliation
    Page 1, PREAMBLE
    ...
    • Considering the ongoing desire of Army General François BOZIZE, President of the Republic, Head of State, to promote Tolerance, Dialogue and Reconciliation in the Central African Republic;

Implementation

  • UN signatory
    ‘Paraphé’ for the international community: BINUCA. (Signature added, but no name or title)
  • Other international signatory
    For the International Community
    . . .
    - African Union
    - MICOPAX (FOMAC)
  • Referendum for agreement

    No specific mention.

  • International mission/force/similar

    No specific mention.

  • Enforcement mechanism
    Page 2, The Government of the Central African Republic:
    ...
    2 – Declares its intention to implement and monitor the present Act, to the best of its abilities and its obligations, under the peace and DDR process in Central Africa.
  • Related cases

    No specific mention.

  • Source
    UN Peacemaker, https://peacemaker.un.org/sites/peacemaker.un.org/files/CF_120825_ActeAdhesionCPJP.pdf

CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC

Unity-Dignity-Labour

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DEED OF ADHESION OF THE CONVENTION OF PATRIOTS

FOR JUSTICE AND PEACE (CPJP)

TO THE LIBREVILLE GLOBAL PEACE AGREEMENT

(Relating to the peace process in the Central African Republic)

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THE CONVENTION OF PATRIOTS FOR JUSTICE AND PEACE

(CPJP):

Referring to letter no.

001/PM/AEP/SG/ of May 18, 2011, in which it indicated its fervent desire to join the negotiating table with the Central African Government in order to sign a Ceasefire Agreement;

In light of the Ceasefire Agreement signed on June 12, 2011, between the Central African Government and the Convention of Patriots for Justice and Peace

(CPJP), in particular Article 5 in which the latter immediately undertakes to adhere to the Libreville Global Peace Agreement;

In light of the Global Peace Agreement signed in Libreville in Gabon on June 21, 2008, between the Government of the Central African Republic and the Central African Politico-Military Movements;

Considering the ongoing desire of Army General François BOZIZE, President of the Republic, Head of State, to promote Tolerance, Dialogue and Reconciliation in the Central African Republic;

Considering the efforts of the Government with the support of the international community to seek and consolidate Peace in Central Africa;

DECLARES THAT IT WILL:

1 – Join the ongoing peace process in Central Africa;

2 – Adhere to the Libreville Global Peace Agreement and all Acts subsequent to the Amnesty Law of October 13, 2008, and undertake to implement them in good faith.

REQUESTS the Government of the Central African Republic to carry out the duties conferred on it in particular by the Ceasefire Agreement signed on June 11, 2008, and the Libreville Global Peace Agreement of June 21, 2008.

THE GOVERNMENT OF THE CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC:

1 – Will take account of the provisions stated above by the Convention of Patriots for Justice and Peace (CPJP);

2 – Declares its intention to implement and monitor the present Act, to the best of its

abilities and its obligations, under the peace and DDR process in Central Africa.

Done in Bangui, August 25, 2012

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