Interviews with Activists: Paul Oleyo Longony on the implications of Sudan's referendum for minorities

Sudan will face a historic referendum on 9 January 2011 to determine if the south of the country will be separated from the north. Paul Oleyo Longony, Executive Director of Boma Development Initiative is based in Jonglei state in southern Sudan where there are several minority communities. Here Paul given up date on the latest situation in southern Sudan. He also explains the concerns of possible large scale violence during and after the referendum due to the proliferation of small arms.

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For more information contact Paul Oleyo Longony at bdisudan@yahoo.com or Mohamed Matovu, MRG's Africa Regional Information Officer, via the Contact page.

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