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While there were no reports of child soldier recruitment by the security forces, RMGs operating against the government continued the practice throughout the year.

For example, on August 7, police in Torit, Eastern Equatoria State, beat Kenyan doctor George Muya to death following his arrest for allegedly selling counterfeit drugs.

Media reported that Muya was tortured while in police custody in Torit and beaten again prior to his transfer to Juba, where he died of his injuries.

President Kiir is a founding member of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) political party, whose representatives control all but four of the 29 ministries, 298 of 332 seats in the National Assembly, and nine of 10 state governorships.

The parliament was weak and dominated by the ruling party.

The government seldom took steps to punish military or civilian officials who committed abuses, and impunity was a major problem.

Attacks in South Sudanese territory by the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) resulted in deaths, injuries, property destruction, and civilian displacement in border areas, while attacks by RMGs affected parts of Jonglei, Upper Nile, and Eastern Equatoria states as well as border areas with Sudan.

Security forces sometimes abducted civil society activists (see section 2.a.).

There were no reports of longer-term disappearances during the year, although a number of cases from 2011 remained unsolved.

Government sources also reported in July that Kuku returned to his home state of Southern Kordofan in Sudan.

By year’s end authorities brought no charges against any of the three, and Tang and Sule had not been seen in public since their capture in November 2011.

There were instances throughout the year in which elements of the security forces acted independently of civilian control.