February 10, 2013 (JUBA) - The opposition Sudan People’s Liberation Movement for Democratic Change (SPLM-DC), has no links with the militia group that clashed with South Sudan army (SPLA) in Upper Nile state on Thursday last week, an official said.
Sisto Olur Erista, the acting Secretary General of the party dismissed reports alleging SPLM-DC was backing these militias, adding they are a political party not allied to any armed groups in any part of the new nation.
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