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Comment penser la refonte des accords de paix dans la BSS et en Somalie ?

Abstract : Since the fall of the Siad Barre regime in 1991, the Somali state has disappeared and given way to a long-lasting civil war that has allowed the rise of jihadist groups. The transition process started in 2004 officially ended in 2012 with the establishment of the Federal Government of Somalia. However, the foundations of reconstruction and reconciliation were not laid by this government resulting from a contested electoral process and which failed to put in place the administrations essential to the functioning of the State beyond the capital. This had the effect of prolonging conflict between the clans and allowed al-Shabaab to gain prominence. The election of President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed in 2017 did not accelerate the overhaul of political institutions, still governed by a provisional constitution. Following these elections, al-Shabaab carried out several attacks against government and public service targets with the aim of destabilizing and discrediting the government. In addition, civil unrest regularly agitates the country, leading to often violent protests, and the food crisis and military operations have led to the displacement of thousands of people, which allows criminal gangs to flourish.
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Nicolas Sabben, Aude Guiraud, Arnaud Guercy, Noémie Rebiere. Comment penser la refonte des accords de paix dans la BSS et en Somalie ?. 2021. ⟨hal-03221320⟩



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