Delegates Mull Over South Sudan Peace Proposal

Government and opposition representatives, activists and observers have signed a document that recommits them to talks on governance, including implementing 35% affirmative action for women at all levels of government, acknowledging the need for all guns to fall silent, and respecting the cessation of hostilities agreement signed last December.

  • South Sudan:   Delegates Mull Over IGAD Proposal

    VOA, 23 May 2018

    South Sudan's warring parties are expected to sign a proposal drafted by Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) mediators that addresses many of the major sticking… Read more »

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