Ex South Sudan rebel leader says believes unity govt won't be ready by May 12

By REUTERS
April 12, 2019 21:39
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Former South Sudan rebel leader Riek Machar said on Friday he does not believe it will be possible for the country's divided leaders to meet a May 12 deadline to form a national unity government.

In an exclusive interview with Reuters, Machar, who is slated to become first vice-president in the unity government, also said he is confident that the new military leadership in Khartoum will continue to guarantee the fragile South Sudan peace process.


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