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South Sudan Minority Leader: No Elections Before Peace

South Sudan's minority leader in parliament, Onyoti Adigo Nyikwak, on Tuesday spoke out against the government’s plans to hold elections in June, saying the move would enflame tensions and further divide the country. "When people talk about elections now, it means you are inviting more fighting," Adigo told reporters in Juba. "Elections should be when there is peace and tranquility... after we have built trust amongst ourselves. Elections are when we forgive one...

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