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Opinion | What South Sudan can learn from Ethiopia’s peace process

Source: Radio Tamazuj - Latest news

Leaders cling to authority, building corrupt financial fiefdoms while stunting economic development. Unable to compromise with their longstanding political rivals, they turn their repressive security agencies on their own citizens, imprisoning thousands and intimidating an entire generation of young people. Tribal divisions, ethnic divisions, and geographic divisions fuel decades of conflict and displacement with no end in sight. Peace agreements, even when signed, function simply as collections of false promises.

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