January 8, 2012 (JUBA) - South Sudan MPs, who were until now on recess, have been recalled back to the national legislative assembly as part of efforts to give the country’s Constitutional Review Commission a new mandate.
The decision, a legislator told Sudan Tribune, followed a meeting held between South Sudan President, Salva Kiir and the speaker of the assembly, James Wani Igga on Monday.
"We are likely to convene in the assembly next week for a two to three day sitting over this issue. (...)
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