Thursday, September 15, 2016

Corruption in South Sudan

The Sentry, an initiative of the Enough Project, published in September 2016 a lengthy report titled "War Crimes Shouldn't Pay: Stopping the Looting and Destruction in South Sudan."

The report concluded that the top officials responsible for mass atrocities in South Sudan have managed to accumulate fortunes while the rest of the country suffers the consequences, in some places experiencing near-famine conditions.

The New Atlanticist published on 28 September 2016 an article titled "South Sudan's First Vice President Blames Roads, Criminals for Blocking UN Efforts" by Ashish Kumar Sen. The article responds to the corruption charges in The Sentry and includes an interview with South Sudan's First Vice President Taban Deng Gai.

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