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South Sudan peace talks face collapse over a new security law as country gears up for first election

  • South Sudan peace talks face a hurdle as opposition groups object to a new security law requiring attention before signing an agreement.
  • An approved bill last week could become law within 30 days, preceding South Sudan's inaugural election on Dec. 22.
  • Negotiator Pagan Amum Okiech voices concerns over a repressive law, deeming any accord meaningless if the National Security Act is enacted.
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