South Sudan Says Power-Sharing Accord May Hinder Peace Enactment

  • Government objects to peace-deal provisions on vice presidency
  • Accord signed Wednesday seeks to end 20-month civil war

South Sudan criticized part of a peace deal that would grant rebel leader Riek Machar the role of first vice-president, the day after President Salva Kiir signed the accord seeking to end a 20-month civil war.

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