28 Oct 2020


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06 August 2020 | Comments (0)
"Rebellion has become a passcode used by politicians and their commanders to prolong their legitimacy and stay in power to the detriment of the hoi polloi." Read more
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02 August 2020 | Comments (0)
"If we ask ourselves why we took up arms against the oppressive and successive Arab regimes in Khartoum? We will come to agree in answer that the same factors can be found here". Read more
01 August 2020 | Comments (0)
"Now, the current leadership of South Sudan avoids to face the millions of families that offered their young recruits, offered their resources to feed fighters, sacrificed their own well-being just so that South Sudan is realized. But to what end?"

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30 July 2020 | Comments (0)
"I humbly remind the principals to the R-TGONU that you have before you a negotiated government and elected one. Therefore, guide the State Governors and Chief Administrators to form the state governments in strictest manner and procedures laid down in the matrix of responsibility sharing..." Read more
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25 July 2020 | Comments (0)
"This human capacity to normalize very difficult experiences over time comes from resilience at the individual as well as at the level of social structures".

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24 July 2020 | Comments (0)
"Unity in diversity is the in-thing. We can do that peacefully by taking care of each other". Read more
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24 July 2020 | Comments (0)
"Making the Gender-Based Violence Court fully functional as soon as possible would be an important step in this regard, along with provisions for legal aid and representation" Read more
23 July 2020 | Comments (0)
“There will be no victors in this conflict: this violence risks causing long-term calamitous food insecurity across this region, for the rest of this year.” Country Director, WFP. Read more
21 July 2020 | Comments (0)
"The global collapse of the price of oil has had a massive knock-on effect on the nation’s finances and society. The competition for resources it has set off has driven the rise of criminal and communal violence across the country". Read more
18 July 2020 | Comments (0)
"South Sudan needs a total break with the current state of its politics. To be sure, the country can only save itself from destruction and mayhem when its diverse ethnic groups agree to think about a new covenant - a covenant on how to get out of the vicious cycle of political violence..." Read more
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