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S. Sudan parliament elects nine lawmakers to EALA

By Taban Henry The Reconstituted Transitional National Legislative Assembly (R-TNLA) on Friday elected nine members to represent South Sudan in the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA). EALA is the East African Community regional block’s law making institution situated in Arusha Tanzania that each Member State has to send 9 representatives[Read More…]

Kiir, Machar mull over security bill

By William Madouk Garang President Salva Kiir and his deputy Dr. Riek Machar have mulled over National Security Bill that bestowed unfettered (autonomous) authority the rights to detain suspects without warrant of arrest. On Thursday, the two principals exchanged views on various topics regarding the implementation of the Revitalized Peace[Read More…]

Gov’t ready to dialogue with armed groups

By Bida Elly David The chairperson of the National Transitional Committee (NTC) on Wednesday called on the holdout armed groups fighting against the government to seek for peaceful dialogue to pave way for successful amity and graduation of the unified forces. The Presidential Security Advisor and the NTC chairperson Tut[Read More…]

Opposition MPs boycott sittings over altered political Parties’ Act

By William Madouk Garang A section of lawmakers from the main opposition party’ Sudan People’s Liberation Movement in Opposition (SPLM-IO) have been dodging parliamentary sessions echoing that the recently passed ‘controversial’ Political Party’s Act is tampered. This came after the Specialized Committee on Legislation and Justice in the Transitional Legislative[Read More…]