This legislation seeks an end to human rights violations in Sudan, provides accountability for those violating human rights and reinvigorates peace efforts.

Purpose: To require the development of a comprehensive strategy to end serious human rights violations in Sudan, to create incentives for governments and persons to end support of and assistance to the Government of Sudan, to reinvigorate genuinely comprehensive peace efforts in Sudan

  • Requires the Administration and all relevant agencies to work together and create a comprehensive strategic plan to end serious human rights violations, promote democratic transformation, and create peace throughout all of Sudan;
  • Demands free and unfettered access for international humanitarian aid and, absent such agreement, requires the Administration to seek other mechanisms to mitigate the effects of lack of such humanitarian aid;
  • Creates a broad-reaching sanctions regime to target any government or person who support or assist in the commission of serious human rights violations, including those who provide any military equipment to the Government of Sudan, impede or threaten peace or stability in Sudan or fail to execute international arrest warrants against Sudanese officials;
  • Creates tough but fair benchmarks for ending sanctions if the Government of Sudan halts the violence against its own people and works for genuine peace and democracy.

Status: Introduced Apr 24, 2013, referred to Committee. Currently 85 cosponsors.

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15-03-2011-Zam-Zam-Sudan-UN-Photo-Olivier-uegsliderAsk your lawmakers to co-sponsor the Sudan Peace, Security and Accountability Act.

The Act is the best hope for action by the United States for the people of Sudan.

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