February 17, 2013 (JUBA) - South Sudan on Sunday defended its decision to remove 118 senior military officers from active military service and place them on reserve, a move seen as an attempt to transform the security sector, according to the minister of information.
The order, which drew mixed reactions from the general public, includes senior officials serving in the civil administration.
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