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South Sudan legislatures in Rwanda for study tour

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Kigali, Rwanda-The parliamentarian committee of energy, Mining, Commerce and Industry in the republic of South Sudan are in Rwanda for the study tour Great Lakes reports.

The purpose of the visit is to compare the National Standard Bureau, which is so intertwined with other bills such as consumer protection act; where as the Sudanese house resolved that the bureau should be with the president. While the related bills whose provisions are to be administered by the ministry of trade and commerce.

“…Since the intention for South Sudan is to be integrated to East Africa Community, the team will be visiting Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda, how the countries take care of the standardization,” reads the letter in apart which was sent to Rwanda’s parliament.

According to the letter from S. Sudan parliament, indentifies the names of team member as Hon. James Kueth Chuol (team leader), Hon. David Unyo Demey and Hon. Reath Mouch.

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