People in South Sudan are anxiously following developments in neigbouring Sudan following the overthrow of long-serving ruler Omar al-Bashir.
South Sudan gained independence from Sudan in 2011, but two years later a devastating civil war broke out.
President Salva Kiir and his main opponent Riek Machar recently signed a peace deal to end the five year conflict. Mr Bashir's government helped broker the deal, the formation of a South Sudanese unity government is proving difficult.
So, where does the change of regime in Sudan leave the fragile peace process in South Sudan?
Sarah Nyanath,a member of South Sudan's Civil Society Forum, has been speaking to BBC Newsday's James Copnall: