Critics are voicing opposition to the news that the government had hired a U.S.-based firm to stop the creation of an African Union-South Sudanese hybrid court to investigate and prosecute war crimes in that country.
Critics Slam Multimillion-dollar Deal With U.S.-based Lobbying Firm
VOA, 1 May 2019
Critics are voicing opposition to an effort by South Sudan to block the establishment of a special court aimed at investigating and prosecuting war crimes in that country. Read more »
Troika Statement On South Sudan Peace Process
PR Newswire, 30 April 2019
The UK, US and Norway have issued a Troika statement on the formation of a transitional government in South Sudan. Read more »
South Sudan's rebel leader Riek Machar, who was meant to return to South Sudan in May and join a power-sharing government with President Salva Kiir after the signing of a peace ... Read more »
With the recent overthrow of former Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir, Khartoum's ability to continue to guarantee the peace process in neighbouring South Sudan may be in question ... Read more »
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