Today’s agreement to immediately stop the fighting in SouthSudan and to negotiate a transitional government could mark a breakthrough for the future of South Sudan. The hard journey on a long road begins now and the work must continue
Secretary of State John Kerry in his remarks on South Sudan, May 9, 2014.  
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  11. achvfr1 said: A transitional government is all well and good, but now comes the task of demobilizing the private militias set up by both sides and reconciling bitterly divided communities. This will be much easier said than done. Have faith though.
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