SPLM/SPLA: The Nasir Declaration
In August 1991, three members of the "SPLM/SPLA" Political-military High Command made the Nasir Declaration. This led to the split of the Movement. One of the leaders of the move(many say, THE ringleader) gives an account of the events that led to this momentous event in the "SPLM/SPLA" history, the developments that followed, what went wrong in the process, how the move affected Sudanese politics and the way forward for South Sudan.
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