At midday today, Bonifacio Taban spoke to the Vice President of South Sudan, Dr Riek Machar. Dr Machar tells Mr Taban of his experience, trying to find his name on the electoral list and having to travel around five different polling stations before he could find the right list.
Dr Machar consulting with NEC officials to try and find his name on the NEC list
You have to ask, if this problem is being experienced by the Vice President of Southern Sudan, what is the experience of the people on the ground? Write and tell us.
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Bonifacio works as a freelance correspondent for diverse publications in South Sudan.
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