Saturday, November 8, 2014

South Sudan's National Security Service

Pambazuka News published on 6 November 2014 a commentary titled "South Sudan's National Security Service under the Spotlight" by Flora McCrone.  She argues that the proposed law for changing the National Security Service would give it unfettered power to spy on private communications, to search and seize property without a warrant, to arrest and detain innocent people without explanation, and to use use physical force, in other words torture. 

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