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South Sudan: A national project that not progressing (DIEEEA58-2013)

After more than two years of independence South Sudan fails to consolidate a national project that is capable of providing more democracy, more safety and more development to its population. During this time, far from building confidence of society in the new institutions of the State, the Government of Salva Kiir has wasted the unanimous popular support that provoked the desired national sovereignty. Internationally, outstanding disputes with Sudan continue to set the political agenda and should be resolved as soon as possible, but in internal key, restore social cohesion is even more compelling for a young country which still continues seeking its way.

Author: Jesús Díez Alcalde

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