Dialogue committee decries the continuation of war in South Sudan
Monday September 11 2017
Mr Beda warned the warring parties to fully implement a permanent ceasefire as per the peace agreement, adding that the work his committee could not be effective unless the guns fell silent. PHOTO FILE | AFP
The Co-Chair for National Dialogue Steering Committee, Mr Angelo Beda, said the ceasefire violations by the warring factions constituted a serious impediment to the group's operations across the country.
The dialogue committee was expected to send delegations to the former 10 states across the country for consultations, but Mr Beda expressed fear that military confrontations could disrupt their activities.
The US last week imposed sanctions on three individuals accused of fuelling the war and corruption in the young state.