Sudanese Divestment Act
What are they doing?
-Every 6 months a list of every country and business that were doing business with Sudan were to were to be publically noted.
-U.S. will support state and local efforts to stop further business inquiries and discontinue current investments.
President Bush talks to the South Sudanese president, Mr. Kir.
Action needs to be taken now, otherwise things will only become worse and worse in Darfur.
We protect:- Workers rights
- Right to your own things
- Affair and free world
What their authority is to address the mission?
- The U.S. is one of the most established countries in the world. We are known for our strong economy, government, and military. Many other countries look up to us. If you take U.S. business out of a still developing country, their economy is going to take a massive hit and could potentially set them back even further. Also, because our country has a strong military many countries look to us for protection. Countries want the U.S. to be an ally.
Who Supports this Mission? Money?
- The United States Department of State is in control of the U.S.’ international relations. They work with the United Nations, who has access to the world bank. The world bank provides loans to developing countries and other capital programs.