January 21, 2013 (JUBA) – South Sudan’s president Salva Kiir on Monday announced new reforms to the national army, dismissing a number of senior army officers from their duty, as well as removing them from active service.
In a presidential decree read on the state-owned South Sudan Television, Kiir relieved all the deputies of the Chief of General Staff in the army and replaced them with new promoted officers.
The deputies to the General Chief of Staff of the Sudan People’s Liberation Army (...)
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