List of Presidents of South Sudan

List Of Presidents Of South Sudan

The region of Southern Sudan (currently the independent republic of South Sudan) became autonomous for the first time, within Sudan, in 1972, through the Addis Ababa Agreement, and its local government had five presidents until 1983, when the Sudanese central government revoked the autonomy. Autonomy was gained again in 2005, through the Comprehensive Peace Agreement meant to end the Second Sudanese Civil War, and the position of president of Southern Sudan was restored. Then, on 9 July, 2011, South Sudan became independent.

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List Of Presidents Of South Sudan - Latest Election
... d Summary of the 11–15 April 2010 South Sudanese presidential election results Candidates - Parties Votes % Salva Kiir – Sudan People’s Liberation Movement 2,616,613 92.99% Lam Akol – Sudan People’s ...

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