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Monday, March 12, 2018 - 09:07
South Sudan law society met with the security sector and civil society groups in Torit on the amendment of five security laws reforms proposals passed by the national parliament.
The security sector reforms includes SPLA act which has been changed to South Sudan defense force, police act of South Sudan, Prison act, wildlife and national security service act, Emmanuel Radio reports.
Justice Ajonyie Prepeto, the Deputy Chairperson for South Sudan Law Society says the consultation was to enrich security sector on easy implementation of the High Level  revitalization process.
Justice Ajonyie expresses commitment to ensure that the High Level Revitalization process bears positive results.
Ajonyie urges South Sudanese to rally behind the process.
Oryema Emmanuel, a member of the Eastern Equatoria Civil Society observes poor relationship still existing between civilians and the military personnel.
He says the SPLA today lacks code of conduct compared to the SPLA forces of 1983.
Emmaunel says the role of an army is supposed to protect the integrity of the country from external aggression.
Okumu Kulu, Wild Life Officer calls for awareness so that citizens are informed about the law.
He outlines lack of transport and feeding Wildlife officers as the major challenges affecting officials in protecting animals against unnecessary shooting.
The speakers made the remarks in an interview with Radio Emmanuel during their consultative meeting at Torit Hotel on Thursday.

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