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Government accepts decision to install rebels’ chief negotiator Taban Deng as leader, but Machar rejects the move.

Source: South Sudan opposition replaces missing leader Machar

The number one priority of any political representative that claims to have South Sudanese’s people best interests at heart needs to be the survival of the peace process. In the midst of a humanitarian crisis of dramatic proportions, the country simply can’t take more violence. However, the present circumstances seem to point to the rise of more grievances and divisiveness in the rebel front. Unless Machar lacks enough support within his faction to put up a fight and decides to stay in hiding, we can predict that a new wave of rampage will strike war-torn South Sudan.

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