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UNMIS wound up its operations on 9 July 2011 with the completion of the interim period agreed on by the Government of Sudan and Sudan People’s Liberation Movement in the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA), signed on 9 January 2005.

 

The mission ended its six years of mandated operations the same day South Sudan declared independence, following a CPA-provided referendum on 9 January 2011 that voted overwhelmingly in favour of secession.

 

In support of the new nation, the Security Council established a successor mission to UNMIS – the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) – on 9 July for an initial period of one year, with the intention to renew for further periods as required.

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Wau celebrates independence with procession, speeches
9 July - Citizens of Wau, Western Bahr El-Ghazal State, marched from the city’s peace playground to the state government general secretariat today in marking the birth of the new Republic of South Sudan.
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South Sudan proclaims its independence
9 July 2011 - In his inaugural speech as the President of the Republic of South Sudan, Salva Kiir Mayardit today urged South Sudanese to make their cultural and ethnic diversities a source of pride and strength, not conflict.
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Around Juba on Independence Day
9 July 2011 - As South Sudanese independence celebrations kicked off in the capital of Juba, heads of state continued arriving at Juba International Airport, where they received a warm welcome by the government and residents of the world’s newest nation.
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Gearing up for independence
Renovating Juba International Airport, paving roads and clearing slums are just a few ongoing preparations for the historic day on 9 July when Southern Sudan declares its long-awaited independence.
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Fleeing conflict in Abyei
Ayak Deng made her way to Abyei market early one May morning to buy the day’s food for herself and her mother, who was at home looking after her young son.
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