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POLITICAL GUIDE: TERRITORY

INTRODUCTION

This negotiation chapter covers issues relating to Territory. The main issues concern (a) territorial adjustments in relation to the percentage that each constituent state will have in terms of land and coastline, as well as the number of people that would be able to return under the territorially adjusted areas, (b) the territory boundaries of each constituent state depicted on a map (c) mechanisms and arrangements for relocation and resettlement, and the phasing of territorial adjustments. This negotiation chapter is closely linked with the chapter on property. 

All issues are negotiated based on the agreed framework for a federal solution underpinned by the principles of bi-zonality, bi-communality, political equality, single sovereignty, single international personality and single citizenship

MAIN ISSUES ON TERRITORY

2004 ANNAN PLAN MAPS

 

TERRITORY IN THE 2014-2017 NEGOTIATIONS & IN THE GUTERRES FRAMEWORK

The below section covers (a) territory as one of the elements of strategic agreement within the Guterres Framework based on various documents and statements available to the public, (b) the progress on the chapter of territory achieved in the period 2014-2017 including issues of agreement and divergence at the end of the conference in Crans-Montana.

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