South Sudan: Government Rejects IGAD-PLUS Peace Proposal!

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Chief Negotiators for the two warring factions, Nhial Deng Nhial for SPLM-Juba and Gen. Taban Deng Gai for SPLM-IO(Photo: file) Chief Negotiators for the two warring factions, Nhial Deng Nhial for SPLM-Juba and Gen. Taban Deng Gai for SPLM-IO(Photo: file)

June 13, 2015(Nyamilepedia) β€” South Sudan government objects the IGAD-PLUS proposal to close the widening gap between the two warring parties in order to return the direly needed stability to the world’s newest nation.

The IGAD-Plus power arrangement proposal recommends that Salva Kiir administration will take the lion share of 53% of power in the national government, 100% of power in seven out of ten states and 33% in each of the three states of Greater Upper Nile.

The proposal gives the armed Opposition 33% of power in the national government and 53% of power in each of the three States of Greater Upper Nile.

The remaining 14% of power at the national level and from the three states of Greater Upper Nile would be allocated to other stakeholders in…

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