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Ceasefire Agreements

11-Point Agreement Between Ethnic Leaders for National Ceasefire, Laiza, November 2, 2013. (Burmese)

Parties: Representatives from 17 Burmese ethnic groups

Purpose: Put an end to civil war and ethnic clashes.

Main Agreements: This eleven-point agreements sets the grounds to building a framework for a nationwide ceasefire deal; as well as to holding a political dialogue.

Eight-Point Agreements Between KNPP and Government of Myanmar, June 20, 2013. (Union Level)

Parties: Karenni National Progressive Party (KNPP), Government of Myanmar (Union Peace-Making Working Committee)

Purpose: To push ahead with a nationwide ceasefire accord.

Main Agreements: Both sides commit to form a joint monitoring committee and to allow the public and social organizations to observe the new major projects to be implemented in Kayah State including New Village Project. also, they commit to coordinate measures on the clearing of landmines; to coordinate a pilot project in Dawtakhe in Shadaw Township for resettlement of internally displaced persons.

Seven-Point Ceasefire Agreement Between KIO and Government of Myanmar, May 30, 2013. (Union level)

Parties: Kachin Independence Organization (KIO), Government of Myanmar

Purpose: To undertake efforts to achieve de-escalation and cessation of hostilities.

Main Agreements: Under this agreemnt, the KIO and the Government of Myanmar commit to establishing joint Monitoring Committees, as well as to undertake relief, rehabilitation, and resettlement of the internally displaced persons.

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

Parties: Armed Groups Representing Ethnic Nationalities, Government of Myanmar (Myanmar Peace Center)

Purpose: Draft framework for the planned nationwide political dialogue.

Main Agreements: This comprehensive agreement lays down the grounds for a comprehensive political dialogue, and notes the parties commitment to an immediate end to the armed conflict peacefully and to the unification of Burma/ Myanmar for a lasting peace.

Eight-Point Ceasefire Agreement Between PNLO and Government of Myanmar, August 26, 2012. (Union Level)

Parties: Pa-Oh National Liberation Organization (PNLO), Government of Myanmar (Union Peace-Making Work Committee)

Purpose: Code of conduct for ceasefire.

Main Agreements: Under this agreement, both sides commit to engaging in dialogue and to supporting the Union Peace-Making Work Committee in running liaison offices. Also, they agree on cooperating against narcotic drugs, and work on public security matters.

Five-Point Ceasefire Agreement Between PNLO and Government of Myanmar, June 27, 2012. (Union Level)

Parties: Pa-Oh National Liberation Organization (PNLO), Government of Myanmar (Union Peace-Making Work Committee)

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15-Point Ceasefire Agreement Between CNF and Government of Myanmar, May 7, 2012. (Union Level)

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

Purpose: Specifying the Terms of Reference for the original preliminary Nine-Point Ceasefire Agreement Between CNF and Government of Myanmar, January 6, 2012. (Union Level).

Main Agreements: Here, a more detailed consensus is laid out between the two parties, who agreed on collaborating to put an end to the conflicts, carrying on discussions and providing a medium for political dialogue.

Five-Point Ceasefire Agreement Between NSCN-K and Government of Myanmar, April 09, 2012. (Union Level)

Parties: National Socialist Council of Nagaland-Khaplang (NSCN-K), Government of Myanmar (Union Peace-Making Work Committee)

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Six-Point Ceasefire Agreement Between KNU and Government of Myanmar, April 7, 2012. (Union Level)

Parties: Karen National Union (KNU), Government of Myanmar (Union Peace-Making Work Committee)

Purpose: Code of conduct for nationwide ceasefire.

Main Agreements: A nationwide ceasefire was agreed upon here between the Karen National Union and the Government of Myanmar to establish a state among the people to acquire confidence, stop the practice forced labor, release political prisoners and resolve rehabilitation and land problems.

Thirteen-Point Ceasefire Agreement Between KNU and Government of Myanmar, April 6, 2012. (Union Level)

Parties: Karen National Union (KNU), Government of Myanmar (Union Peace-Making Work Committee)

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Five-Point Ceasefire Agreement Between ALP and Government of Myanmar, April 5, 2012. (Union Level)

Parties: Arakan Liberation Party (ALP), Government of Myanmar (Union Peace-Making Work Committee)

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Five-Point Ceasefire Agreement Between ALP and Government of Myanmar, April 5, 2012. (Union Level)

Parties:  Arakan Liberation Party (ALP), Government of Myanmar (Union Peace-Making Work Committee)

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Four-Point Ceasefire Agreement Between KNPP and Government of Myanmar, March 7, 2012. (Union Level)

Parties: Karenni National Progressive Party (KNPP), Government of Myanmar (Union Peace-Making Work Committee)

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Five-Point Ceasefire Agreement Between NMSP and Government of Myanmar, March 1, 2012. (Union Level)

Parties: New Mon State Party (NMSP), Government of Myanmar (Union Peace-Making Work Committee)

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Seven-Point Ceasefire Agreement Between KNU/KNLA-PC and Government of Myanmar, February 7, 2012. (Union Level)

Parties: Karen National Union/Karen National Liberation Army Peace Council (KNU/KNLA-PC), Government of Myanmar (Union Peace-Making Work Committee)

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Thirteen-Point Ceasefire Agreement Between NMSP and Government of Myanmar, February 1, 2012. (Union Level)

Parties: New Mon State Party (NMSP), Government of Myanmar (Union Peace-Making Work Committee)

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Ten-Point Ceasefire Agreement Between SSPP/SSA-North and Government of Myanmar, January 28, 2012. (Union Level)

Parties: Shan State Progress Party/Shan State Army-North (SSPP/SSA-North), Government of Myanmar (Union Peace-Making Work Committee)

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Twelve-Point Ceasefire Agreement between KNU and Government of Myanmar, January 28, 2012. (Union Level)

Parties: Karen National Union (KNU), Government of Myanmar (Union Peace-Making Work Committee)

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Preliminary Ceasefire Agreement Between KNU and Government of Myanmar, January 13, 2012. (Union Level)

Parties: Karen National Union (KNU), Government of Myanmar 

Purpose: Code of conduct for 2012 ceasefire.

Main Agreements: Under this agreement, a nationwide ceasefire agreement is discussed betwwen a KNU delegation and representatives of the government of Myanmar, who agree on an immediate cease of military operations in ethnic areas. This KNU proposal aims at allowing national media outlets to participate in the peace process, and a series of agreements are laid out to guarantee human rights and safety of civilians such as stopping forced labour, releasing of political prisoners, and monitoring of the peace process in order to ensure its transparency.

Nine-Point Ceasefire Agreement Between CNF and Government of Myanmar, January 6, 2012. (Union Level)

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

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Seven-Point Ceasefire Agreement Between Kalo Htoo Baw and Government of MyanmarDecember 11, 2011. (Union Level)

Parties: Kalo Htoo Baw (Democratic Karen Buddhist Army breakaway), Government of Myanmar (Union Peace-Making Work Committee)

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Eight-Point Ceasefire Agreement Between RCSS, SSA-South and Government of Myanmar, December 11, 2011. (Union Level)

Parties: Rehabilitation Council of Shan State (RCSS), Shan State Army-South (SSA-South), Government of Myanmar (Union Peace-Making Work Committee)

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Eight-Point Ceasefire Agreement Between SSA-S/RCSS and Shan State Government, December 2, 2011. (State Level)

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

Purpose: Code of conduct for ceasefire - Shan State

Main Agreements: Under this agreement, both shan State Army-S and Governemnt agree on exchanging ceasefire directives to their respective forces and on coordinating together before moving with arms as well as on establishing liaison offices at Taunggyi, Kengtung, Kholam, Tachilek and Mongton.

Four-Point Ceasefire Agreement Between RCSS, SSA-South and Government of Myanmar, November 19, 2011. (Union Level)

Parties: Rehabilitation Council of Shan State (RCSS), Shan State Army-South (SSA-South), Government of Myanmar (Union Peace-Making Work Committee)

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Seven-Point Ceasefire Agreement Between NDAA and Government of Myanmar, September 7, 2011. (Union Level)

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

Purpose: Code of conduct for ceasefire - NDAA areas

Main Agreements: Both parties commit to cooperate to improve healthcare, education  and drug elimination in NDAA controlled areas. Also, and as NDAA will not secede from the Republic of the Union of Myanmar, the two parties agree that Government officials would be sent to run government offices in NDAA areas and NDAA people will be sent to work in NDAA liaison offices in government controlled areas.

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