Dr. Anne Itto, the SPLM Deputy Secretary General in a statement to the press after the lecture commended the “sharing” saying it was “gainful.”
“We had a very good lecture on party construction. Believe me its so exciting that soon as they leave, we will go back to the drawing table and combine these with the current exercise that SPLM is going through which is reviewing our basic documents; the manifesto and the constitution,” Itto said.
She said the lecture came on time and that it’s likely to benefit the SPLM party.
Last month the SPLM Political Bureau passed the draft proposals of its manifesto and constitution awaiting presentation to its National Liberation Council meeting yet to be scheduled, a preparation for a national convention that will change the policies of the party.
The head of the delegation of the Chinese Communist Party Wu Sumin said the visit to Juba is China’s interest to strengthen relations with South Sudan.
He said the Communist party being one of the largest ruling parties in the world had faced the same problems South Sudan has and has accumulated wide experience to share with South Sudan.
“This kind of exchange will enhance our relationship and as ruling parties it is our responsibility to draw good governing policies,” Wu said.
SPLM had had a number of visits to China in previous years to share experiences in several sectors including agriculture.