South Sudan peace talks pushed to 2018, before polls
Sunday November 26 2017
Internally displaced people (IDPs) demonstrate in at the UN Protections of Civilians camp in Juba on October 25, 2017. Igad is leading South Sudan peace talks in a bid to find a resolution to end the nearly four-year conflict. PHOTO | AFP
One of the things to be implemented is the revitalisation programme of the August 2015 agreement by Igad.
The second approach to restoring peace involves the re-unification of the three factions of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) led by Uganda's Museveni.
The third and the most challenging process involves the National Dialogue launched by President Kiir.