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What stands in the way of a new South Sudan post-conflict constitution

By J. Geng Akech, PhD candidate, University of Pretoria
Magnus Killander, Professor, Centre for Human Rights in the Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria
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South Sudan became an independent country following a long armed struggle to break away from Sudan. At a referendum in 2011, millions voted in favour of secession, creating Africa’s 55th independent state. Since then, the nation of 11 million has been governed under the Transitional…The Conversation


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