Kiir to sign seven International Treaties into Law


The President of South Sudan, Salva Kiir Mayardit will sign at least seven international treaty bills into law next week.

According to a senior government official, the bills were passed by the country’s parliament last year and were forwarded to the president for signing into law as required under the country’s transitional constitution, but the president did not attend to them.

The bills include convention on the prohibition of the development, production stockpiling biological, bill 2022, Protocol to African Charter on human and people’s rights, international convention on economics, international convention on civil and political rights, the Paris agreement, the international convention on rights of persons with disability and international convention against doping in sport.