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Agree on priorities, do not alter elections date -Troika

The Troika countries say any decision on forming the transitional government as scheduled, or delaying it to a later date, should not interfere with the elections expected at the end of the transitional period in South Sudan. The Troika which includes Norway, the United Kingdom, and the United States are urging the parties to agree […]

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Implementing security arrangement crucial to avoid recurrence of 2016 violence -SPLM-IO

The acting spokesperson of the SPLA in opposition says there is need to demilitarize Juba before the establishment of the interim government. Colonel Lam Gabriel said guns are still in the hands of civilians and unauthorized persons, which could pose a threat to peace. Last week, President Salva Kiir – for the second time – […]

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Juba university suspends students’ political activivities

The administration of the University of Juba has banned student political activities, days after the students staged a peaceful protest against an increase in the tuition fees. The students who said the demands by the administration to increase fees from SSP 50,000 and SSP 86,000 was not cognizant of the economic hardship they are going […]

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85% of police officers can’t read or write -Senior Police Admin

The Director General of Police for Administration and Finance says a high rate of illiteracy in the police force is impeding criminal investigations. According to his statistics, over 80 percent of police personnel are not qualified. And South Sudan has the highest illiteracy rate due to years of conflict, lack of infrastructure, and quality education. […]

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Use oil money to fund the reorganization of forces -Angelina Teny

A senior member of the SPLM-IO is arguing the current government to allocate oil money to fund the immediate cantonment of forces as the deadline for forming the ReTGoNU is fast approaching. According to the timeline of the peace agreement, the main provisions of the security sector arrangements should be completed before May 2019. This […]

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Police Colonel wants hybrid court established now

The head of a Special Protection Unit at the National Police Service has called for the establishment of a hybrid court for South Sudan. Colonel James Dak says impunity with regards to gender-based violence, alleged genocide during the violence, the abuse of the criminal justice system and the rule of law continue unabated in the country. […]

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