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Ring Bulabuk

Name: Ring Bulabuk

Position: Defense lawyer with the South Sudan Civil Society Alliance (SSCSA)

Background

Ring Bulabuk was kidnapped at gunpoint on 22 October by unknown armed personnel in civilian clothes and was found abandoned at Juba graveyard on 26 October, according to relatives and human right activists, days after South Sudan Civil Society Alliance (SSCSA) protested against the repeated disappearance of its members.

The Civil Society Alliance say that Bulabuk had been receiving threats to stop working on a legal suit against an army general about land grabbing in the Malakia area of Juba.



 
 

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