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The Final Countdown: Part III

It’s time for another edition of my modest blog series highlighting visual representations of “The Final Countdown” to Southern Sudan’s looming referendum. And yes, it’s finally fair to write “looming,” since polling starts a week from today. The sheer amount … Continue reading

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The Final Countdown: Part II

Above: 1) Voter registration posters have been put up all over Juba and the large billboard on the main road leading into town from the airport went up this past week 2) The SPLM’s “Referendum Operations Room,” launched yesterday (November … Continue reading

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