JUBA – Members of South Sudan’s National Security Service (NSS) disrupted on Saturday a discussion set for South Sudan’s constitutional history in the capital Juba, according to activist Wani Michael.
“Officers from National Security Service shutdown our panel discussion on South Sudan Constitutional history,” activist Wani wrote on Twitter. “This is happening at the time when the President officially launched the Permanent Constitution making process.”
Discussion of South Sudan’s constitutional history is important especially as the country prepare to write its permanent constitution as provided for in the revitalized peace agreement signed in 2018.
“We’ll never be intimidated and threatened!” Michael who is the Executive Director of Okay Africa added.