Juba, 30th November 2017. A member of the civil society organizations is calling for re-drawing of South Sudan afresh to accommodate future generations because now it is in a mess.
One of the members of the civil society organization blames SPLM of causing the current problems facing South Sudan.
She also holds SPLM responsible for dividing the country, its resources and accepting advice that benefits the interest of the international communities.
The person was speaking when national dialogue sub-committee of Juba met forty representatives of the civil society organizations in Juba on Wednesday.
The member says the root cause of the problems started before the independence, but the SPLM continued without resolving many issues.
Another civil society member calls on the steering committee to assure them whether the dialogue will meet its purpose.
John Marik Makur, Acting Chairperson of the national dialogue sub-committee, says the committee takes and compiles views of members of civil society organizations and all stakeholders.
He says the civil society and everybody is free to talk on social, political, economical and other issues affecting South Sudan.
Another member of the civil society, says though they welcome the national dialogue, but doubts whether the resolutions will be implemented.
The person also regrets that the leaders have been agreeing on certain issues, but they do not implement their promise.
She adds that the leaders do not follow the laws of the country.