South Africa – South Africa Region Return Agreement (SARRA)
Purpose: This Region Return Agreement is an agreement between the South African Government and the Brazilian Government in relation to the return of two of South Africa's national territories from Brazilian Control back to South African Control.
At the time of signing this contract, eSA will already have received Mpumalanga from Brazil.
Signing this Agreement will immediately recognize the regions Mpumalanga and Limpopo as belonging to the independent nation of South Africa. The information below will outline the procedure for the release of these regions among other information that intends to strengthen ties between South Africa and Brazil.
Part I – Procedure for Release of Regions
a. Brazil will open Resistance War in Mpumalanga on Monday 22 June 2009, which is to be funded by the Brazilian government.
b. South Africa’s new president, Bazti, will sign this contract with the Brazilian government.
c. Brazil will open Resistance War in Limpopo within a day after the signing of this agreement, which is to be funded by the Brazilian Government.
b. The cost of the resistance war will be handled by the Brazilian Government first, and the South African Government has agreed to pay the cost of RW of Mpumalanga in 1 month’s time and Limpopo in 3 month’s time.
Part II – Compliance
a) The South African and Brazilian Governments, while acknowledging their past and future friendship and interaction, understand that any agreement between two countries requires trust, honour and true friendship.
bi) South Africa and Brazil also acknowledges the continued goodwill, friendship and excellent relations that have existed between the two countries over the past month and shall actively strive to further these relationships in terms of mutual peace and security terms.
bii) The mutual peace and security terms are: the two countries will not participate in any action for six months from the signing of this contract which will endanger one or both countries' peace and security in any aspect, such as the lending of financial, political, military or voting aid for any causes that endanger one or both countries security and peace.
biii) South Africa receives Limpopo on the condition that it recognises its former region Gauteng will remain under the control of Brazil for the next six months. If the Brazilian government loses control of the region, the South African government will return the region to Brazil. These costs will be covered by the Brazilian government unless South Africa was the aggressor in which case it pays the costs.
c) In acknowledgment of Part II, Section a and b, both Countries understand that a breach of this agreement will have resounding repercussions, of which the offended party has the right to claim a fine of 1,000 Gold from the offending party.
d) Under terms of emergency, such as force majeurs, maintenances, and other reasonable events beyond the control of both parties, the fine in point c) is not incurred.
Part III – Agreement Length
a. This Agreement shall be in effect and honoured by both Governments until such time as all the terms mentioned have been met in full. After which time a new agreement will be negotiated between the parties regarding the future of Relations between the nations of South Africa and Brazil.
b. Any new Agreement between both Governments before the contract expires will replace the terms of this Agreement.
Part IV – Remaining Regions
a) The South African Government accept that under the terms of this contract the Brazilian Government shall retain control of Free State, Gauteng and North-West. The status of these regions will be discussed in the future by the respective governments.
To sign the contract:
President of Brazil
President of South Africa