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Saturday, 28 May 2011

Sudan: A Continuing Human Rights Crisis

Excerpts from Amnesty International April 1992

...Among the prisoners released was Joseph Oduho, a former minister in the southern regional government before it was dissolved in 1981, who was arrested by the SPLA in 1985. He was released in late 1991, but reportedly remains confined to his home village near Torit. Others released in January 1992 included Amon Mon Wantok, George Maker Benjamin and Acol Deng Alak, who reportedly attempted to form a socialist lobby within the SPLA, styling themselves the "Progressive Officers", until they were arrested in 1987...

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