South Sudan, Un

South Sudan, Un

South Sudan makes history, appoints two women into leadership positions

South Sudan makes history, appoints two women into leadership positions

9/16/2021 9:20:00 PM

South Sudan makes history, appoints two women into leadership positions

A top UN official, Nicholas Haysom, on Wednesday, said South Sudan has made history with the appointment of two women into senior leadership positions

A ministerial task force has presented a bill on the constitution-making process to the Minister of Justice and regional development body IGAD, he added.The constitution-making process – an important peace process benchmark – marks a critical step forward in its own right, the Mission chief said, signifying a social contract between all South Sudanese on the arrangements by which they can live together in peace and harmony.

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In parallel, electoral preparations should be conducted, he said.He said, “While there is no consensus on the timelines, the two extensions to the transitional period would see elections being held in early 2023, requiring the completion of a voters’ register by late 2022. Without adequate technical and political preparations, this event could be a catastrophe instead of a national turning point.’’

He pointed to the consultative process for the Commission for Truth, Reconciliation and Healing as another important development.To be sure, the lack of progress in the transitional security arrangements is now the major challenge.He encouraged parties to agree on the unified command-and-control structures of the national security institutions without delay, citing fractures within the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-in-Opposition (SPLA-IO), as an “unfortunate result” of the slow pace. headtopics.com

Haysom warned that desertions of forces led by Generals Gatwech, Olony and Thomas Dhul – and the conflicts between these groups and forces loyal to Riek Machar – will undermine the peace process. Read more: The Punch Newspapers »

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