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South Sudan State Bans Night Clubs and Bars, Demands Marriage Certificates in Hotels

This is not all. Wani also said, “Again we passed a resolution that we need to introduce, especially in the hotels, if somebody comes to a hotel with a girl or a woman, he must produce the marriage certificate. This is what we want to introduce.”
It is easy to suspect that the Jubek government is using the war against immorality as a proxy war against political opponents. Protesters will take to the streets on the 16th of May in demonstrations against misrule. The closure of bars during the day and the ban of night-clubs might be an attempt to preempt any sort of political uprising.

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