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Exile, Identity, and Political Reform

  • Amir H. Idris

Abstract

The civil war in the Southern Sudan has led to the massive displacement of about 5.5 million Sudanese. About 2.1 million of these people live in shantytowns within the country, especially around Khartoum, the capital city. There are also about 2 million who are displaced within the South, both in the areas held by the SPLA and the government garrison towns. The rest took refuge in neighboring countries mainly Uganda, Kenya, Democratic Republic of Congo, Central African Republic, and Egypt.

Keywords

Political Identity Central African Republic Political Reform Security Force Indigenous Language 
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© Amir H. Idris 2005

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