South Sudan’s battle for Democracy

Published: 3 Dec 2021

South Sudan’s peace process is still largely up for negotiation. A new South Sudan must emerge through a civilian technocratic government. This will require transforming the way security forces control the state. It also means being serious about addressing the root causes of conflict, implementing a transitional parliament, drafting a new constitution, deciding what type of federalism best suits the country and strengthening the electoral commission, writes Andrew E. Yaw Tchie in this analysis.

  • Published year: 2021
  • Full version: Read analysis
  • Language: English
  • Media name: ACCORD
  • Media type: Editorial
  • Interview date: 31 Mar 2021