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South Sudan Peace Process Stalls | Voice of America

South Sudan’s stumbling peace process hit another bump in its rocky road Friday when the opposition refused to take part in the latest round of peace talks, saying their demands to make the negotiations more inclusive have been ignored by the mediators.

Opposition spokesman Hussein Mar Nyuot said his side did not attend the opening session of the talks in Addis Ababa Friday because a demand they lodged last week with the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) — asking that stakeholder groups that have fled the country or are based outside Juba be allowed to take part in the talks — has gone unanswered.

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