Jim Fisher-Thompson

Sudan - United States - International
The upcoming referendum in southern Sudan to decide the region’s political future must be “free, fair, credible and transparent” to ensure lasting peace and stability for the whole nation, and that is a goal the U.S. government is working hard to achieve, says U.S. Presidential Special Envoy to Sudan Scott Gration.

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