February 7, 2013 (JUBA) – Representatives of various political parties in South Sudan have expressed readiness to participate in the process of healing for national reconciliation across the country.
The government has initiated the healing process to help the nation reconcile itself and allow further development in the 19-month-old country.
There are over 20 political parties in the country which were registered by the former Sudan before the country split in July 2011. A fresh (...)
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