South Sudan: Activist Group Drags Ruling Party To Court For Locking Out Women From Top Posts

[Chief Observer - Africa] - 9/10/2020
South Sudan’s ruling party, the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM), has been dragged to the Supreme Court by a group of activists for what they call a “violation” of women’s constitutional rights, reported The BBC. The activists accuse the SPLM party of not abiding by the constitution and (...)
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