I guess the instructive lesson we can get from South Sudan is that peace is the most important aspect of any nation's life - peace and democracy and institutions that are well structured and functioning well. South Sudan is a young democracy. It's struggling with getting to grips with those issues and this is where we can give them a great deal of assistance, but we can also learn what we should not do.
As a country and as a nation, we should continue building and strengthening our own institutions, be they political party institutions, governmental institutions, etc. Those are institutions that we should pay attention to, with a view to ensuring that they are strong, robust and are able to support democracy. Thank you.