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SPLM-IO to train officials on code of conduct and leadership

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June 11, 2016 (JUBA) - South Sudan’s armed opposition under leadership of the first vice president, Riek Machar said they have started a three week training of military officers from the ranks of second lieutenants to general as part of the signed peace agreement.

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Lt. Gen. James Koang Chuol, in Unity state 25 February, 2013 (ST)

In an interview with Sudan Tribune, Lt. Gen James Koang Chuol, the deputy chief of staff for administration and finance, said the training kicked off on Friday.

The officers, he said, are under going training on rule of law, leadership, code of conduct in militarily service training, stressing the need disseminate information on the peace deal.

Chuol, however, admitted they lack a budget and equipments to facilitate the training.

The senior opposition official said training was ongoing despite challenges, adding they are doing what they can to make sure knowledge was passed to all the participants.

Both low and high ranking officials were targetted with plans to also train Police officers. The training will be passed on to low ranking officers at various deployment sites.

The armed opposition signed an accord with the government to end over 20 months of a violent conflict that killed tens of thousands of people and displaced over two million.

(ST)

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