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AU Reiterates Calls for Sanctions on S. Sudan Leaders

Waring South Sudan Leaders have lost both their voice in the IGAD led Peace talk and a control over their respective armies due to multiple violation of the ceasfire agreement. Frustrated by the lack of willingness from S. Sudan waring parties, the AU body is now set to slap both camps with targeted multilateral sanctions. But does that help help to bring peace?
Warring South Sudan Leaders are about to lose whatever voice they have remained within the IGAD facilitated round of talks due to multiple violation of the ceasefire agreements. Frustrated by the lack of progress and willingness from the negotiating parties, the AU body is now set to slap both camps with targeted, multilateral sanctions that is conditional to the parties to only accept whatever is brought forward to them afterwards.

By Sudan Tribune,

THE African Union Peace and Security Council (AUPSC) has reiterated its readiness to impose targeted multilateral sanctions and other punitive measures against any party that fails to honor its commitments and continues to undermine the search for a negotiated solution to South Sudan’s current crisis.

This comes after AUPSC members were briefed by the chairperson of the special envoys of the Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD) on the situation in the conflict-hit nation.  Continue reading AU Reiterates Calls for Sanctions on S. Sudan Leaders