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Resolution 2155 Sudan of the South: To stop the barbarism and to reach the peace (DIEEEA28-2014)

On 15 December, the unfathomable rivalry between the two main leaders of South Sudan erupted into sectarian and tribal strife. The gravity of the situation and the alarming victim numbers have caused UN to reorient its mission on the country (UNMISS) and to approve an increase on deployed troops. Thus, Resolution 2155 gives priority to people’s protection and reaffirms the urgency of reaching a final peace agreement, which remains uncertain. Against this barbarism, the International Community must act with greater determination. Otherwise, the viability of South Sudan would become an impossible challenge.

Author: Jesús Díez Alcalde


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