Anti-war demonstration inside Juba PoCs

Residents living in displaced camps under UN protection in the South
Sudanese capital, Juba on Friday morning demonstrated peacefully
saying the 2015 peace deal is over.

Several demonstrators told Radio Tamazuj that they wanted to send a
clear message to the East African regional bloc IGAD that it has
failed to put pressure on warring parties to implement the 2015 peace

They pointed out that there are divisions among the Inter-Governmental
Authority for Development (IGAD) leaders on South Sudan peace.

 The conflict displaced people expressed willingness to return to
their homes when the peace agreement is fully implemented, saying all
the displaced people who sought shelter in the UN protection site
across the country were locked in the sites since fighting erupted in
December 2013.

Pastor Matthew Dhel, a displaced person inside the camp, said members
of the Troika (the UK, US and Norway) and the European Union (EU)
should take the responsibility to restore peace and stability in South

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