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Putting dictator Kiir’s Amnesty into perspective

“Amnesty deals reduce the incentive for dictators to fight to the bitter – and bloody – end” -writes rule of law commentator Julia Pettengil. It is then self-defeating that a dictator would put themselves in the position of rewarding liberation dissent with amnesty.

Rome Declaration: How Barnaba Marial Benjamin lied about what was discussed

Rome Declaration: How Barnaba Marial Benjamin lied about what was discussed
On his return to Juba from Rome where the Rome Declaration between the Juba regime and the South Sudan Opposition Movements (SSOMA) was signed, Barnaba Marial Benjamin bluntly lied at the State House to the media and the general public about what was discussed and signed at the Community of Sant’Egidio in Rome.

Has the countdown begun?

A question that deserves to be raised, especially at this particular time, which witnesses great restlessness on the part of the signatories to the fragile Revitalized Peace Agreement is: has the countdown begun?

A question that deserves to be raised, especially at this particular time, which witnesses great restlessness on the part of the signatories to the fragile Revitalized Peace Agreement is: has the countdown begun?  309

Once Again Riek to Juba!!

Once Again Riek to Juba!!

In a recent letter addressed to the SPLM-IO members, which was facing great cleavages these days among its members, Dr. Riek Machar said in an attempt to calm the storms that still strikes his organization from all directions, that he will be going to Juba immediately after his meeting with

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