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June 11, 2016 (JUBA) – South Sudan Transitional National Unity Government has, in a bid to enhance security, set up a joint integrated police command and operation centre.

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South Sudan’s information minister, Michael Makuei Lueth, speaks to reporters in Jonglei state capital Bor on 25 December 2014 (ST)

Information minister, Michael Makuei Lueth said the integrated units were established after the defense and interior ministers presented security their reports.

“In the security report, it is reported that the joint integrated police, the command and the leadership of the joint integrated police it is already established, and the joint operation command is established,” he told CRS radio.

The police personnel, he further disclosed, are currently undergoing trainings, adding that they would take full charge of the security situation in Juba upon graduation.

Meanwhile, Makuei told reporters on Friday that the country’s cabinet had approved the provision of fuel and oil lubricants for farmers using government-provided tractors.

(ST)

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  • 12 June 2016 08:35, by Eastern

    ...this will not work; Kiir has used the National Security [Insecurity] to usurp the powers and roles of the police. All this is meant to delay the implementation of the ARCISS. The major issue at hand is the issue of the 28 tribal enclaves and the cantonment sites in Western Bahr el Ghazal and Equatoria; the rest of the implementation will be a walkover when these major items are addressed.....

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    • 12 June 2016 13:50, by Bentiu Sudan

      Eastern,

      I strongly agree with you, the new ministers in the transitional government must first solve the issue of cantonment in Western Bar El Gazal and Equatoria and then talk to resolve 28 Dinka tribal states. If they do not resolve the issue of 28 states frist, anything else will not work because the Kiir will continue use 28 leaders to undermine implementation of Peace.

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