“Peace is finally here.”
That was the promise from South Sudan‘s President Salva Kiir after signing the latest power-sharing agreement with his rival, opposition leader Riek Machar who was, once again, sworn in as vice president.
The rivalry triggered a civil war that killed at least 400,000 people and displaced millions.
After two similar agreements collapsed, have Kiir and Machar finally got it right?
Presenter: Nastasya Tay
Alan Boswell – senior analyst for South Sudan at the International Crisis Group
Nyagoah Tut Pur – South Sudan researcher at Human Rights Watch
Jok Madut Jok – professor of anthology at Syracuse University and former South Sudan government official
Source: Al Jazeera News