The Pros And Cons Of Rebellions In South Sudan

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South Sudan had gone through severe budgetary and economic problems related to oil production in January 2012 as notified by Erickson & Faria, (2011). The researchers stated that due to disagreement in the transit fees, austerity was adopted by the government of South Sudan. This decreased one third of government expenditure thereby exposing most of the population to face inflation that rose to 75 % (Grawert, 2010). The value of the South Sudanese pound decreased while the price of fuel and food were increased. As a result of this economic instability, the people of the country are faced with huge financial and economic crisis that further increased their anger towards the government, and heightening the prospects of rebellions. Thus, it
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