South Sudan Wants Former Army Boss Out of Peace Talks
Paul Malong has also expressed interest in taking part in the upcoming peace talks organized by the Inter-Governmental Authority on Development, but the govt says his participation would affect the process because he believes in violence more than peace.
Former South Sudan People’s Liberation Army commander, Gen Paul Malong.
South Sudan: Ex-Army Chief Paul Malong Forms New Party
Deutsche Welle, 10 April 2018
Paul Malong, a former ally of President Salva Kiir, has announced his new opposition party will participate in upcoming peace talks. The move has been seen as a form of rebellion… Read more »
South Sudan: Former Military Chief Launches Rebel Group
Nation, 9 April 2018
South Sudan's ex-military chief Paul Malong has formed a new rebel movement, further splintering the warring parties to the conflict but confirming long-held rumours. Read more »
UN News, 4 April 2018
With the next phase of regionally-backed peace talks for South Sudan scheduled for later this month, a senior United Nations aid official in the country has urged the parties… Read more »
VOA, 9 April 2018
The press secretary for South Sudan's Vice President James Wani Igga has resigned, saying he cannot serve a government that is subjecting its people to suffering. Read more »
SNA, 1 April 2018
The Minister of Defence, Lt. Gen. Awad Mohamed Ahmed bin Oaf, received in his office Sunday members of the joint security committee of Sudan and South Sudan which held on Saturday… Read more »
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