- September 14, 2008
- News & Analysis
Today is the one-year anniversary of the signing of the Cessation of Hostilities agreement in Juba, which has brought relative calm to northern Uganda for the first time in nearly a decade. Sunday’s Monitor includes two articles to acknowledge this anniversary. In the first, The Monitor reflects back on this historic achievement, while documenting alleged violations of the agreement by both the LRA and UPDF. In the second, The Monitor considers the issues surrounding transitional justice that are currently facing the peace process.