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Chad Refugees

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1 Chad Refugees on October 20th 2009, 21:45

Gustavo and I are going to give overviews and post articles about the situation of Chad Refugees and specifically Chad's question of for SALMUN, which is:




Establishment of a relocation program for Chad refugees from Darfur conflict







start posting replies with information and with each countries view towards this issue and relevant arguments to defend such position.

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2 Re: Chad Refugees on October 21st 2009, 18:21

Some 200,000 civilians, many of them women and children, have crossed tChad since 2003, fleeing the ongoing violence in the western Sudanese province of Darfur. The refugees and the local populations are sharing the region’s limited resources, but tensions are rising as competition increases for food, firewood and water.
http://www.redcross.int/EN/mag/magazine2005_2/22-23.html

Obs. Chad rebels have been attacking constantly refugees in Chad.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/4898596.stm
Research: What is Chad's government in relation to the refugees? Is there any responsibility of the Chadian govt?

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3 Re: Chad Refugees on October 21st 2009, 19:42

"The increase in the local population has overstretched the capacity of health services and aid agencies, while supply chains have been affected."

http://www.who.int/mediacentre/news/releases/2006/pr72/en/index.html

"Eastern Chad has concentrated on coordination and leadership of health activities through the Cluster Approach. The main activities include routine epidemiological surveillance, nutritional surveillance and control of micronutrient deficiency in some regions." Chad believes that all countries have the capacity to help this situation making it come to an end.

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4 Re: Chad Refugees on October 25th 2009, 19:02

Chad needs to recognize finally that it has been supporting chadian rebels in the darfur conflict. All the refugees in the darfur region are leading their direction toward Chad. Chad has behind their back the support from Western country and the UN. How it behaves? By attacking directly the refugees: rebels and the army from the border. Instead of trying to help and solve the problem, the chadian government is worsing the conflict by supporting the rebels, invading the darfur and kill refugees, not respecting the Sudanese sovereignty, by going against the agreements between Chad and Sudan!!!!!!

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5 Re: Chad Refugees on October 30th 2009, 18:32

Its important to note that not only chad rebels are attaking and raping the inoccent sudanese people. Actually the voluntiers in the camp who where supost to healp and aid the traumatizes people who fled the war are also raping the young girls in the camp!

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6 Re: Chad Refugees on October 30th 2009, 23:29

Are the Sudanese delegates aware that Chad HAS in fact been stepping up its efforts AGAINST the Chadian rebels? Are the delegates aware that Chadian governmental troops HAVE in fact succeeded in defeating some rebels in the volatile east for instance?

By attacking directly the refugees: rebels and the army from the border. Instead of trying to help and solve the problem, the chadian government is worsing the conflict by supporting the rebels, invading the darfur and kill refugees, not respecting the Sudanese sovereignty, by going against the agreements between Chad and Sudan.

Rebels in and outside of Chad have been trying to get Chad's PRESIDENT out of power for over three years, so WHY exactly would the Chadian government support the rebel groups that are trying to throw its own president out of power? Evidence of this are the recent tensions between the rebels and the Chadian governmental forces as rebels were trying to cross into Chad through the Sudanese-Chad border! These rebel groups PERFORMED FIRE ATTACKS AGAINST the Chadian government which was trying to prevent them from gaining any territory! Chad has come to question Sudan's commitment to the treaty between the two nations, since it was suspected for sending rebel groups INTO Chad in May 2008!

HOW can SUDAN put the blame on Chad when the Sudanese government itself has committed countless war crimes and human rights abuses in the Darfur region?! Why is Chad the one to blame when it has been defending the Darfur refugees who crossed the border from human rights violations?

"The principal pattern is one of a violent counter-insurgency campaign waged by the government of the Sudan in concert with Janjaweed/militia, and targeting mostly civilians. Rebel forces are also guilty of serious abuses of human rights and violations of humanitarian law." - Human Rights Watch

Sudan continues to deny that widespread abuses have occurred in Darfur and does not recognize the ICC which is also investigating war crimes in the region. The government of Sudan has simply failed to protect the population of Darfur from large-scale international crimes, and has itself participated in these crimes.The Sudanese government has ignored attempts by the international community and human rights groups, and failed to make progress towards peace, the expansion of humanitarian space, or even holding perpetrators responsible for their crimes.

Sudan cannot hypocritically shift the blame on other nations when it has committed countless crimes regarding human rights violations in particular. Why has Sudan resisted attempts by the UN to send a "heavy package", including a 2,250-strong military force of "enablers", made up of disciplined, engineering experts, 300 UN police advisors and three police units to patrol camps and protect civilians? Why hasn't Sudan taken the attempts of the AU and the UN of halting repeated attacks?

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7 Re: Chad Refugees on November 2nd 2009, 18:34

Since the delegate of Sudan brought up the topic of governments and rebel groups, could the delegate please explain his government's association with the janjaweed militia? Why is Musa Hilal the senior advisor of the government?

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