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The Southern Sudan Legislative Assembly was established in 2005 by the Interim constitution of the Southern Sudan 2005. [1] Pending elections in 2009, all 170 members are appointed according to the following formula as per the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA): 70% of seats to SPLM, 15% to NCP, and 15% to other parties. [2] The Assembly meets in Juba, The capital of South Sudan and Central Equatoria State. [3]

James Wani Igga is the Speaker of Southern Sudan Legislative Assembly.

MPs in Legislative Assembly by Party

Party Acronym Leader MPs
Sudan People's Liberation Movement SPLM Dr. Ann Itto (for Southern sector) 112
National Congress Party NCP Riek Gai (for Southern sector) [4] 25
Union of Sudan African Parties 1 USAP 1 N/A 7
Union of Sudan African Parties 2 USAP 2 N/A 4
United Democratic Sudan Forum UDSF N/A 4
South Sudan Democratic Forum / Democratic Forum for South Sudan SSDF/DFSS Dr. Martin Elia Lomuro 4
United Democratic Front UDF Peter Abdrhaman Sule 4
Sudan African National Union SANU Dr. Toby Maduot 4
South Sudan Defense Force SSDF Paulino Matip Nhial 3
Appointed Members N/A N/A 3

On 23 January 2009, the Southern Sudan Democratic Forum announced a merger with the National Southern Front led by Phillip Stephen Dak.[5]

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