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- Ensure accountability for serious violations of
international human rights and humanitarian law in Darfur by promptly
referring the situation of Darfur to the International Criminal Court
following receipt of the report of the international Commission of
- Request the U.N. Secretary-General and his Special
Representative in Sudan to put in place a clear strategy to reverse ethnic
cleansing in Darfur and ensure the security and protection of civilians.
The plan should promote the creation of an environment conducive to the
voluntary return in safety and dignity of all refugees and internally
displaced persons to their places of origin.
- Call on the government of Sudan to clearly and
unequivocally state that no one is entitled to retain or use of any land
illegally acquired during the conflict. A temporary measure interdicting
any land transfers should also be put in place.
- Authorize the African Union Mission in Sudan (AMIS), under
Chapter VII of the U.N. Charter, to protect civilians; support, through
technical expertise, logistical, communications, and other assistance, the
rapid deployment to Darfur of the expanded African Union mission and urge
that such forces be strategically deployed near camps and concentrations
of displaced persons, and in small towns and rural areas throughout Darfur
to provide civilian protection and security for delivery of humanitarian
assistance and the eventual voluntary return of refugees and internally
displaced persons to their places of origin.
- Authorize the United Nations Mission in Sudan (UNMISUD) to
cooperate with and support the African Union in Darfur with logistics,
personnel and in other ways necessary to improve the protection of
- Increase the number of Office of the High Commissioner for
Human Rights monitors in Darfur, and ensure that they are deployed in Darfurs cities and smaller towns, in rural areas where internally displaced persons are
attempting to return and near camps and concentrations of displaced
persons. Extend the monitors mandate to include the monitoring and
investigation of human rights violations committed by the rebel groups in
addition to abuses committed by other parties to the conflict, and to
regularly publicly report on the human rights situation in Darfur.
- Immediately deploy additional troops in Darfur up to the
agreed upon number of 3,300 so that sufficient troops are located near
camps and concentrations of internally displaced persons, small towns and
rural areas in addition to main towns and require them to investigate,
document and publicly report (within and outside Sudan) ceasefire
violations, attacks on civilians, and to protect civilians in these
- Pro-actively patrol the main roads and villages,
particularly in rural areas such as Wadi Saleh and Shattaya, to increase
freedom of movement and help create a more secure and stable climate.
- Map the locations of the key militia camps and post
ceasefire monitors at military airstrips, barracks, camps, and offices of
all armed entities in Darfur, including the Janjaweed militia, to monitor
their activities and their disarmament, disbandment, and withdrawal.
- Secure mass grave sites and other key physical evidence of
crimes committed by any armed group, including Sudanese armed forces,
Janjaweed or other militia, and rebel groups.
- Closely monitor the government of Sudans commitment to refrain from conducting hostile military flights in the security protocol
signed by the government, the SLA and the JEM in Abuja on November 9,
- Remove key officials implicated in atrocities from
government positions pending international investigations and
- Fully cooperate with any future investigation of the
crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in Darfur.
- Take all necessary steps, including by issuing clear
public orders to government forces and police including the Border
Intelligence Patrol Guards, and government-sponsored and supplied
paramilitary and militia forces including Popular Defense Forces,
fursan, knights or mujahedeen internationally known as the
Janjaweed, to immediately cease attacks on civilians and civilian property
- Cease providing the above-mentioned militias and recently-formed
police and other units with financial, logistical and military support.
- Disband, disarm and withdraw the Popular Defense Forces
from all parts of Darfur and all other paramilitary, police or other units
created after 2001.
- Clearly and unequivocally state that no one is entitled to
retain or use any land illegally acquired during the conflict. A temporary
measure interdicting any permanent land transfers should also be put in
- Cease violating the NDjamena ceasefire agreementof
April 8, 2004 and the Protocols on the enhancement of the security
situation and the improvement of the humanitarian situation in Darfur of November 9, 2004.
- Promote the protection of civilians simultaneous with the
distribution of humanitarian assistance; extends operations into more
remote rural areas to the greatest extent possible within security limits;
develop a coordinated plan to promptly respond with necessary relief
supplies to those who voluntarily return or move out of displaced persons
camps to resume economic activity.