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1.4.4. Provisions of the Transitional Constitution of the Republic of South Sudan and ARCSS on participation of women (35%) in the Executive shall be observed. In particular, in their nomination to the Council of Ministers, Incumbent TGoNU shall nominate no fewer than six (6) women, SPLM/ A-IO shall nominate no fewer than three (3) women, and SSOA shall nominate· no less than one (1) woman.
1.4.6. In selecting their nominees, Parties shall give due consideration to national diversity, gender and regional representation.
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5.1. Agreed Principles for Transitional Justice
5.1.1. Upon establishment, the RTGoNU shall initiate legislation for the establishment of the following transitional justice institutions (observe the 35% women representations in these institutions):
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188.8.131.52. Vice President to be nominated by FDs, who shall be a woman.
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184.108.40.206.4. Gender and Youth Cluster (Vice President nominated by FDs).
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1.14. The Transitional National Legislative Assembly and the Council of States
1.14.3. The Speaker of the TNLA shall be nominated by the Incumbent TGoNU. One Deputy Speaker shall be nominated by SPLM/ A-IO; another, who shall be a woman, shall be nominated by the Incumbent TGoNU; and a third Deputy Speaker to be nominated by OPP.
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1.14.5. Without prejudice to the recommendations of the IBC, the Speaker of the Council of States shall be nominated by SPLM/ A-IO, Deputy Speaker shall be nominated by Incumbent TGoNU, and shall be a woman, and Deputy Speaker shall be nominated by SSOA. For the purpose of regional inclusivity required in a body representing the States, each of .the Speaker and Deputy Speakers shall come from former regions
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220.127.116.11. Women's bloc: one (1) and Other Women groups: one (l);
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4.4. Anti-Corruption Commission
4.4.1. In order to fight corruption, the RTGoNU shall:
18.104.22.168. involve media, civil society, women's organizations, youth and faith leaders in policy advocacy against corruption and raising public awareness to strengthen capacity of the public to resist and prevent corruption;