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Peace Agreements

Five-Point Peace Agreement Between UWSA and Government of Myanmar, May 31, 2013. (Union Level)

Parties: United Wa State Army (UWSA), Government of Myanmar

Purpose:

Main Agreements:

Comprehensive Union Peace & Ceasefire Agreement Between WGEC and Government of Myanmar, April 8, 2013. (Union Level)

Parties: Working Group for Ethnic Coordination (WGEC), Government of Myanmar (Myanmar Peace Center)

Purpose: To draft a framework for the planned nationwide political dialogue.

Main Agreements: Here, a more comprehensive agreement is set between the WGEC and the Myanmar Peace Center, where the two sides commit to ending the armed conflict through peaceful means, to working towards a united Burma/ Myanmar, as well as towards a just and genuine peace. The two groups thus commit to building national peace through protecting ethnic groups and promoting equal rights to all citizens; they also commit to finding a political consensus among all the groups of Burma/ Myanmar that will lead to nationwide peace, and to collaborating in this regard.

Nine-Point Peace Agreement Between PNLO and Government of Myanmar, March 23, 2013. (Union Level)

Parties: Pa-O National Liberation Organisation (PNLO), Government of Myanmar

Purpose:

Main Agreements:

Six-Point Peace Agreement Between UWSA and Government of Myanmar, December 26, 2012. (Union Level)

Parties: United Wa State Army (UWSA), Government of Myanmar

Purpose: To enhance the cooperation between the UWSA and the Government of Burma/ Myanmar.

Main Agreements: Under this agreement, both sides agree on adopting socio- economic development plans in the quest of improvement of the living standard of the Wa, as well as of regional development. The government commits to increase educational and healthcare opportunities for Wa youths, and the UWSA commits to cooperating with State Defense Forces as being part of the integral State of Burma/ Myanmar.

Peace Agreement Between CNF and Government of Myanmar, December 9, 2012. (Union Level)

Parties: Chin National Front (CNF), Government of Myanmar (Union Peace-Making Work Committee)

Purpose: To establish a lasting peace in the Union of Burma.

Main Agreements: Under this agreement, the CNF and the Government of Burma/ Myanmar agree on cooperating together towards ending the armed conflict and initiating a union- level political dialogue, while working towards an national agreement between the Government of Burma/ Myanmar and ethnic groups.

12-Point Peace Agreement Between SSA-S/RCSS and Government of Myanmar, May 19, 2012. (Union Level)

Parties: Shan State Army-South/Restoration Council of Shan State (SSA-S/RCSS), Government of Myanmar

Purpose: To deal with societal problems within the Shan State.

Main Agreements: Here, a more detailed agreement is drawn, where the two groups agree on cooperation in the matter of eradicating illicit drugs, and the government commit to assist Shan families in earning adequate means of livelihood, while promoting their literature and culture. The agreement also entails SSA-S/RCSS prisonners, who are to be released had they no criminal charges; and the two groups commit to holding political talks and to working on building mutual trust.

Five-Point Peace Agreement Between NSCN-K and State Government, April 9, 2012. (State Level)

Parties: National Socialist Council of Nagaland-Khaplang (NSCN-K) and State government

Purpose: To sign a preliminary peace agreement.

Main Agreements: Like the ALP and RSLP Agreement, the parties here sign a preliminary agreement to ceasing mutual attacks and to coordinate upon moving with arms during ceasefire. They also commit to maintain the talks on peace, stability and development.

Five-Point Peace Agreement Between ALP and RSLP, April 5, 2012. (State Level)

Parties:  Arakan Liberation Party (ALP), Rakhine State Liberation Party (RSLP)

Purpose: To achieve peace between the Arakan and Rakhine parties.

Main Agreements: This agreement focuses mainly on weapons, where the groups commit to ceasing attacks, and limit the regions where carrying weapons is allowed. They also agree on continuing with talks on peace, stability and development.

Four- Point Peace Agreement Between NMSP and Government of Myanmar, February 25, 2012. (Union Level)

Parties: New Mon State Party (NMSP), Government of Myanmar

Purpose: To sign initial peace agreement, 2012.

Main Agreements: Both sides agree on ceasing fire, and on forming a Union- level Peace- making group for dialogue and negotiation.

KPC Government 6-Point State-level Peace- Agreement, February 7, 2012. (State Level)

Parties: State-level Peace-making team, Kayin National Liberation Army (KNLA)

Purpose: To maintain a peace status between the Tatmadaw and the KNU/KNLa Peace Council.

Main Agreements: The parties agree on settling the KNU/KNLA Peace Council members, and on coordinating not tot ransgress the regions without arms apart from the mutually agreed regions. they also commit to holding continuous talks on peace and stability of the region.

Five-Point Peace Agreement Between NMSP and Mon  State Government, February 1, 2012. (State Level)

Parties: New Mon State Party (NMSP), Mon State Government

Purpose: To initiate peace talks between the two parties.

Main Agreements: Here, both sides agree on a ceasefire and to form a delegation to hold talks with Union-level peace making group at a time and place convenient to both sides.

Five-Point Peace Agreement Between SSA-N/SSPP and Government of Myanmar, January 28, 2012. (Union Level)

Parties: Shan State Army-North/ Shan State Progressive Party (SSA-N/SSPP), Government of Myanmar

Purpose: To ensure a lasting peace.

Main Agreements: The parties agree here on ceasing fire between Tatmadaw and SSPP/Shan State Army, and commit to ensure the non-disintegration of the nation. Also, they commit to fighting against narcotic drugs, and to hold further negotiations and dialogues to ensure a lasting peace.

11-Point Peace Agreement Between RCSS/SSA and Government of Myanmar, January 16, 2012. (Union Level)

Parties: Shan State Army-South/Restoration Council of Shan State (SSA-S/RCSS), Government of Myanmar

Pupose: To discuss the resettlement of SSA-S/RCSS troops in Homain sub-township and Mong Hta sub-township.

Main Agreements: The government troops commit to negotiating in order to permit the resettlement of SSA-S/RCSS troops and their families; and the two sides commit to ensure the security of their officials as well as to cooperate with the union government for regional development.

Nine-Point Peace Agreement Between CNF and Chin State Government, January 6, 2012. (State Level)

Parties: Chin National Front (CNF), Chin State Government-Level Peace Delegation

Purpose: To establish a permanent peace.

Main Agreements: Here, the two parties agree to end mutual hostilities, and to resume discussions concerning ethnics issues, dialogue and democracy. The parties also agree on allowing the International Non-Governmental organizations to tackle the crisis facing the country's people, while working themselves on development projects.

Six-Point Peace Agreement Between NDAA and Government of Myanmar, December 27, 2011. (Union Level)

Parties: National Democratic Alliance Army (NDAA), Government of Myanmar

Purpose: To introduce a formal ceasefire agreement.

Main Agreements: Both sides commit to adopting socio-economic development plans and to assist in increasing the opportunities for youths to pursue education.

Peace Agreement Between DKBA-5 and Government of Myanmar, December 11, 2011. (Union Level)

Parties: Kalo Htoo Baw (DKBA-5), Government of Myanmar (Union Peace-Making Work Committee)

Purpose: To safeguard the sovereignty of the Union of Burma/ Myanmar.

Main Agreements: Under this agreement, the parties sign an initial peace agreement and agree not to seced Kayin state from the union of Burma/ Myanmar; while cooperating with the gevernment in national regional development and establishing of lasting peace.

Peace Agreement Between DKBA-5 and Karen State Government, November 3, 2011. (State Level)

Parties: Kalo Htoo Baw (DKBA-5), Karen State Government-Level Peace Delegation

Purpose: To cease fire and coordinate for a lasting peace in Burma.

Main Agreements: A ceasefire agreement in Karen State is reached here between the Myanmar Tatmadaw and Kalo Htoo Baw armed group; and a bilateral coordination is envisaged. The parties agree to hold future talks to ensure peace and stability in the region.

The Panglong Agreement, February 12, 1947.

Parties: Members of the Executive Council of the Governor of Burma, all Saohpas and representative of the Shan States, the Kachin Hills and the Chin Hills

Purpose: To achieve freedom through immediate coorpeation with the Interim Government.

Main Agreements: All parties agree on that a full autonomy in internal administration for the Frontier Areas is accepted in principle. It is also agreed that a separated Kachin State within a Unified Burma is desirable. Citizens of the Frontier Areas shall enjoy rights and privileges which are regarded as fundamental in democratic countries.

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