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

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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