By Machien Luoi February 23, 2013 - On January 11, 2013 the Council of Ministers of the Republic of South Sudan “approved of a memo on the national reconciliation process in the country,” according to Sudan Tribune report. The process is earmarked at an estimated amount of 8.2 million South Sudanese Pounds. Moreover, the initiative has received favorable green-lights from South Sudan Political Parties and UN Mission in South Sudan. According to the architects of this mechanism, the “focus (...)
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