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Southern Sudan Autonomous Region (1972–1983)

The Southern Sudan Autonomous Region was an autonomous region that existed in Southern Sudan between 1972 and 1983. It was established on 28 February 1972 by the Addis Ababa Agreement which ended the First Sudanese Civil War. The region was abolished on 5 June 1983 by the administration of Sudanese President Gaafar Nimeiry. Revocation of southern autonomy was one of the causes of the Second Sudanese Civil War which would continue until January 2005, when southern autonomy was restored.

Southern Sudan Autonomous Region
Autonomous region of Sudan
1972–1983

Location of Southern Sudan (red) and the rest of
Sudan (brown) in central / northern Africa.
CapitalJuba
Area
• 1983
619,745 km2 (239,285 sq mi)
Population
• 1983
5,466,700
History
History
February 28 1972
• Region abolished
June 5 1983
Today part ofSouth Sudan
Sudan

Contents

Southern Sudan was governed by a High Executive Council which was led by a President of the High Executive Council. Abel Alier was the first President, holding that post between 1972 and 1978.

Legislative authority was vested in a People's Regional Assembly.

The autonomous region consisted of the three provinces of Equatoria, Bahr al-Ghazal, and Greater Upper Nile. Juba was the regional capital.

Presidents of the High Executive Council

Tenure Incumbent Party
6 April 1972 – February 1978 Abel Alier Southern Front
February 1978 – 12 July 1979 Joseph Lagu Sudan African National Union
12 July 1979 – 30 May 1980 Peter Gatkuoth Southern Sudan
30 May 1980 – 5 October 1981 Abel Alier Southern Front
5 October 1981 – 23 June 1982 Gismalla Abdalla Rassas Southern Sudan Liberation Movement
23 June 1982 – 5 June 1983 Joseph James Tombura Sudan African National Union

The Southern Sudan Autonomous Region was abolished in 1983. Between 1987 and 1989 a Council for the South existed in Southern Sudan. Following the signing of the Khartoum Peace Agreement of 1997, a Southern Sudan Coordination Council was established initially led by Riek Machar who was also appointed Assistant to the President of the Republic. This body was abolished in 2005 when the Autonomous Government of Southern Sudan was established.

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Southern Sudan Autonomous Region (1972–1983)
Southern Sudan Autonomous Region 1972 1983 Article Talk Language Watch Edit 160 160 Redirected from Southern Sudan Autonomous Region 1972 83 The Southern Sudan Autonomous Region was an autonomous region that existed in Southern Sudan between 1972 and 1983 1 It was established on 28 February 1972 by the Addis Ababa Agreement which ended the First Sudanese Civil War 2 The region was abolished on 5 June 1983 by the administration of Sudanese President Gaafar Nimeiry 3 Revocation of southern autonomy was one of the causes of the Second Sudanese Civil War which would continue until January 2005 when southern autonomy was restored Southern Sudan Autonomous RegionAutonomous region of Sudan1972 1983Location of Southern Sudan red and the rest of Sudan brown in central northern Africa CapitalJubaArea 1983619 745 km2 239 285 sq mi Population 19835 466 700HistoryHistory Addis Ababa AgreementFebruary 28 1972 Region abolishedJune 5 1983Preceded by Succeeded byDemocratic Republic of the Sudan Democratic Republic of the SudanToday part of South Sudan Sudan Contents 1 Government and politics 1 1 Presidents of the High Executive Council 2 Post abolition 3 See also 4 ReferencesGovernment and politics EditSouthern Sudan was governed by a High Executive Council which was led by a President of the High Executive Council Abel Alier was the first President holding that post between 1972 and 1978 Legislative authority was vested in a People s Regional Assembly The autonomous region consisted of the three provinces of Equatoria Bahr al Ghazal and Greater Upper Nile Juba was the regional capital Presidents of the High Executive Council Edit Tenure Incumbent Party6 April 1972 February 1978 Abel Alier Southern FrontFebruary 1978 12 July 1979 Joseph Lagu Sudan African National Union12 July 1979 30 May 1980 Peter Gatkuoth Southern Sudan30 May 1980 5 October 1981 Abel Alier Southern Front5 October 1981 23 June 1982 Gismalla Abdalla Rassas Southern Sudan Liberation Movement23 June 1982 5 June 1983 Joseph James Tombura Sudan African National UnionPost abolition EditThe Southern Sudan Autonomous Region was abolished in 1983 Between 1987 and 1989 a Council for the South existed in Southern Sudan Following the signing of the Khartoum Peace Agreement of 1997 a Southern Sudan Coordination Council was established initially led by Riek Machar who was also appointed Assistant to the President of the Republic 4 This body was abolished in 2005 when the Autonomous Government of Southern Sudan was established 5 See also EditSouth Sudan Comprehensive Peace Agreement Southern Sudan Autonomous Region 2005 2011 the autonomous region that existed between 2005 and independence in 2011 Southern Sudanese independence referendum 2011References Edit Ben Cahoon The Sudan Worldstatesmen org Retrieved 2016 02 29 武蔵村山市新築図録 武蔵村山市には新築がいっぱい PDF Splamilitary net Archived from the original PDF on 2012 07 10 Retrieved 2016 02 29 https web archive org web 20110716052232 http www pachodo org 201010061749 Pachodo org English Articles history of southern sudan hoss html Archived from the original on July 16 2011 Retrieved January 11 2011 Missing or empty title help https peacemaker un org sites peacemaker un org files SD 970421 SudanPeaceAgreement pdf Ben Cahoon Southern Sudan Worldstatesmen org Retrieved 2016 02 29 Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Southern Sudan Autonomous Region 1972 1983 amp oldid 1053361352, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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