Juba political, military elite impeding justice

Sunday October 2 2016

Women and children at a camp for internally displaced people in Wau, South Sudan. PHOTO | FILE

Women and children at a camp for internally displaced people in Wau, South Sudan. A new survey by the University for Peace Centre based in The Hague, Netherlands, shows that over 50 per cent of the victims in the South Sudan civil war, said that retributive justice punishment was the most important, compared with just 15 per cent who prefer compensation. PHOTO | FILE 

By FRED OLUOCH

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