U.S., Norway and the UK sponsored a draft resolution to appoint a human rights special rapporteur for South Sudan. The Troika are also the main sponsors of the miserably failed IGAD-brokered peace process.
, Sudan Tribune
THE South Sudanese government has urged the international community to withdraw a draft resolution aiming to appoint a special rapporteur to monitor and report on human rights in South Sudan.
In a statement released on Wednesday the South Sudanese foreign ministry said a draft proposition to appoint the human rights rapporteur was submitted to the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva by the Troika countries and the European Union.
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The release of the inquiry report could help deter further atrocities, by bringing to light what has taken place in South Sudan
BY supporting South Sudan’s independence from Sudan, the US, UK and Norway have created conditions for the civil war, which broke out in the world’s youngest country in 2013, leaked documents from an inquiry by the African Union allege.
In 2005, the US, UK, Norway and the East African trading bloc, IGAD, pushed through a peace deal, which legitimized the South Sudanese rebels, and paved the way for the country’s independence in 2011.
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