Political Institution: The government is currently funding militias for the systematic killing of various ethnic groups in Darfur as an effort to uphold their interpretation of Sharia Law (Islamic law within a nation).
Economic Institution: Refugees are left with no means of income, with poor to no shelter.
Nomadic and sedentary farming are the two most common jobs available. Part of the primary sector of Darfur’s economy.
Send in the full amount of UN/AU troops needed to secure Darfur.
Imprison war criminals.
Allow humanitarian groups back in Darfur .
Establish permanent peace agreements with North and South Sudan to end Sharia Law.
Provide education, infrastructure, and government funded housing with profits from oil.
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