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Sudan’s Bashir relieves Lam Akol from foreign ministry, appoints Deng Alor

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October 16, 2007 (KHARTOUM) — In unexpected move Sudanese president tonight has removed the former minister of foreign affairs, Lam Akol, and appointed Deng Alor in his place. He also dismissed Telar Deng from the presidency.

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Omer Hassan al-Bashir on Tuesday night issued a presidential decree appointing three SPLM ministers: Deng Alor as minister of foreign affairs, Mansour Khalid as minister of foreign trade and Lam Akol as cabinet affairs minister.

Al-Bashir also named prof George Bornek, minister of higher education, James Kol Rona, minister of humanitarian affairs, Kosta Manibi, minister of investment.

Peter Neyot Kok and William Ajak Deng were appointed presidential advisors.

Also Al-Bashir issued a decree nominating the following state ministers: Lual Ashol Lual, minister of state at the presidency of the republic, Telar Deng, minister of state at the Ministry of Justice, Abbas Juma Obeid Allah, minister of state at the Ministry of Animal Resources and Fisheries, Bol Mirial Dok, minister of state at the Ministry of Industry, Ismail Khamis Jallab, minister of state at the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Aleu Anitu, minister of state at the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry.

The cabinet reshuffle is one demand of SPLM’s demands that provoked withdrawal from national unity government last week triggering the country’s worst political crisis in years.

This move comes hours after a meeting between the Sudanese president and a SPLM delegation headed by Riek Machar the southern Sudan vice-president.

Machar told the press that Bashir and Kiir will meet within 48 hours to discuss the pending issue in the Comprehensive Peace Agreement implementation.

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  • 17 October 2007 12:08, by Mabutu Malet

    Appointment is not so fair Omar!.
    The decree that you have issued to Sudanese Nationals is not convenience.
    Deng Alor and Dr.Mansour Khalid may be good in their positions but reappointment of Dr.Lam Akol as cabinet affairs minister in GoNU is so wrong and therefore,I condenm your decission to have appointed him.
    SPLM was trying to remove him from GoNU
    and bring him to GoSS for Better Position Which,he will be best in it.
    You are the very who can cause chaos in Sudan with you poor advisors.
    If you will continue with that ideas you will not be our president anymore. Don’t depend on your interest,depends on the will of citizens.
    You are poor in leadership because no free and justice in your government since you took over power.Splm is trying to bring Sudanese together But you dissolve ideas made. i want to tell you this time thing are changing, if you don’t change,change will look for possible way to change you.SPLM will not gives you change to think in the you do. SPLM oyee.

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  • 17 October 2007 12:23, by Juach D Juach

    That is one step in the right path!, although we (South Sudanese) aren’t satisfied with some appointments, that is better than nothing.
    Congratulation to SPLM/A and the people of the marginalised areas, our government is working 150% and we hope you keep it up!. Personally,I would like to register my gratitude to his excellencies, the brave sons of Sudan,Mr Pagan, Agar and the whole IPB team that came out with bold decision that sent shock waves around the World.

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  • 17 October 2007 12:49, by Kujur

    Beshir don’t think you are in the island, what is SPLM/A or GOSS role if you can appoint/reshuffle ministers as you want.

    By accepting SPLM/A demand you need not to appoint them, you need only to approve it as presented by their cabinet.

    SPLM/A GOSS have ligemate right to present the list of ministers they want to appoint as stipulated in CPA power sharing clause. You donot need to waste your degrees on appointing ministers whom you are not entitle to do,GOSS with support from people of south and all marginalised areas of sudan will never give up their demand on full implementation of CPA to the end of its clauses whether it going to cause them more suffering under your dictator rule we are ready to endured it. We support SPLM/A GOSS stand to full out from GoNUS.

    Guem David in ACT Australian Capital

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  • 17 October 2007 13:50, by choldit

    Reshuffling is the demand with the lesser degree. We can reshuffle when our participation is valued by implementation of CPA. We the Sudanese citizen need Bashier to demarcate the border between the South and North, have transperancy in Oil process, withdraw SAF forces in the South and accept ABC recommendations about Abiey issues.

    SPLM/GoSS should not think Bashier did something as a respond to demands because he is doing the lesser one first.

    Thanks to IPB of SPLM. It is a good decision that I think taken to safe Sudanese army (SPLA and SAF)from unreason other round of war. They SPLA and SAF should open their eyes now. We shouldn’t kill ourselves for silly decisions that serve individual interests.

    Thanks for reading!!!!!!!!!!

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  • 17 October 2007 15:30, by aguer alaak

    Ooh yah,its with much congratulation that Bashir has got ears and pray to allah to let him see too.Thanks Bashir for your honest lie which will keep as not at crossroads as you think .This is coz the people you have appointed are all very good in their positions but the only thing is your chronic dictatorship of not wanting to see SPLM grain of decision and appointment successful.you will not get what you mean but instead they will still be SPLM and not people who will praise you coz you being their boss and who brought them to positions but only unless you take transparency before your usual way of doing things.Its not your duty to appoint SPLM representative to the unity government please,let SPLM appoint and you to approve if transparency is the case rather then using your own head to decide things for the nation..... also we are looking forward to see the problem of border demarcation,Abyei and northern troops redeployment solved as they were the measure cause of pullout of SPLM in the GoNU.

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    • 17 October 2007 18:09, by Garang Ayang Kuoi

      If I were to be the president of Sudan, and wanted to ligimately execute this political crisis, I would have invited Salva Kiir; who is the head of SPLM, government of South Sudan, and the first vice president of the republic to give me the list of his proposals, then we negotiate on some ministers that I would like to uphold their positions. This would have been what we called " check and balance", and this process could avoid untrustworthiness between the two sides. Now, as president Bashir always does, he has ignored the SPLM leadership and moved on with his own decision, which I think is not going to resolved the issue in a timely manner.

      Lam Akol should have been entirely fired and send back to the South, because he is not benefiting the GONU with our current political crisis including the Darfur problem. Therefore, the SPLM must remain standing still until its demands are being met, otherwise this appointment which made by just one handed man is meaningless and it is his own politicized process, which does not help us at all. So we should not be happy with this moved, because Al bashir owned decisions are the one that does not works, and that is why we are in current situation. He should let the SPLM present him with its list and demands, and implement it so that we can resloved the issue quickly.

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      • 17 October 2007 21:14, by Joseph Okony Ajang

        The issue of H.E Dr Lam Akol is not the concern of Sudanese people in general and south Suadan in particular.
        I would like to tell Mr Garang Ayeng that, instead of spending your time criticizing appointment of Dr Lam Akol as minister of cabinet of ministers you could have used your time in proposing new ideas that could benefit southern Sudan. And what is wrong with Dr Lam? he has been implementing the policies that approved and endorsed by the cabinet of ministers that has been headed by Mr Deng Alor because this is the nature of work in foriegn ministry, for it could not express the policies of single party unless it is a govermnet of one party, therefore, the party of majority in the cabinet of ministers and parliamnet it has upper hand in drawing foriegn policies.

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  • 17 October 2007 18:52, by Kur

    This is another indication that Bashir is trying to munipolate the rule of law in the country. Who gave him the right to appoint ministers that are not deligated by the SPLM? The appointment of anybody to a ministerial position must come first from the SPLM as a party. These appointments can be seen as means of causing rift within the SPLM.But the SPLM is stronger than ever and will stick to its constitutional right to nominate its representatives to GNU.
    The move is the character of a dictator who does not want to give the people the right to choose their leaders.
    Mansour Khalid and Deng Alor Kuol are trustworthy members of the SPLM and the SPLM will give them the jobs its wants them to do not what Bashir and NCP want.
    Malith Kur

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  • 17 October 2007 19:22, by Henry Wande

    To me, SPLM and people of South Sudan in general,these positions should not tame the SPLM to get into the government yet. The real outstanding issues are not yet addressed (Abyie, board demarcation, oil, army redeployment to the North etc, etc).

    We have dicided to stay out of the government in protest and should remain as such, committed and united. Let comared Kiir our President keep the tourch burning. Stand strong infront of President Bashir. The 2nd anniversary in Juba was just a testing gound for you for the real challange. We are behind you comared.

    We did not go to war for 21 years just for positions. CPA Oyee, New Sudan Oyee, SPLM Oyee.

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  • 17 October 2007 22:39, by Ngor Arol Garang

    This quick response by Sudan’s Bashir to reshuffled SPLM cabinets without consulting Chairman of the SPLM besides being his second man in the central government has undermined the role of the first vice president of the republic and president of our semi autonomous government of Southern Sudan under his wise leadership Lt General Salva Kiir Mayardit.
    This unfair reshuffling has again triggered our angry other than cooling it as thought by Bashir.
    If Bashir and his group needs a genuine participation of the SPLM in the Centralgovernment, then they should implement all Six protocols of the comprehensive peace with out reservation and time wasting.
    Yes, itis known that Bashir is a dictator but should also bear in that SPLM will never keep quiet so that CPA is thrown into dusbin like other peace accords such as that Sadig EL Mahdi, Khartoum peace agreement of Riak Machar and Fashoda peace agreement attempt of Lam Akol.
    These peaces were individuals peace but not this CPA which being owned and look after every person in Sudan and the world at large.
    Sudan problem will never finish unless we are given our own independent nation.
    Ethiopia and Eritrea were once one but seperated , then what prevent this to happen in Sudan.
    International Community come in please.
    Enough is enough divide Sudan into three countries of South, East and West so that Sudanese communities get rest and dedicate its plans of wars for development projects.
    Ngor Arol Garang
    Khartoum Sudan

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  • 18 October 2007 07:01, by Deng

    The road to peace will be smooth if Lam Akol is out of F.affair minister we don’t like him to death. He is man who works for self interest, he is always against our movement may his death be the freedom of southerner. without Lam Akol we can lives in peace.

    Lam is one of the most wanted people in the world because of Bor Genocide of 1991. He now try now hid under the umberalla of jallaba. We will not sleep until the job is done.
    There will peace if lam is brough to court. He most be trail for the genocide of 1991 in court of ICC Hegue

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  • 18 October 2007 21:35, by Bob Tata

    SPLA/M removal of Dr Lam Akol of Shuluk tribe from the post of Sudan Minster of foreign affairs, and his replacement with Mr Deng Alor of Dinka tribe is a cheap tribalism by Dinka-dominated SPLA/M. Reshuffling of Akol’s position indicates or legitimizes the supposition that the militia group is not happy to share power with other south Sudanese continuum political parties, especially with those of Dr Lam Akol and Dr Reik Machar given to grievances of long-ago.

    In this contact, I should hypothesize that the reshuffling of the only key position held by a Shuluk-man in the government of national unity, is not just for the sake of reshuffling, but purely as a act of tribalism and vengeance by the Dinka-dominated SPLA/M owing to 1991 split led by both Dr Lam Akol (Shuluk tribe) and Dr Reik Machar (of Naath). I am very sure that all Sudanese people will reckon this simple fact quite remarkably!

    What makes me hypothesize the so-called reshuffle that way? Well, because the Dinka-dominated SPLA/M has been longing for such a revenge against both Dr Lam Akol and Reik Machar for a very long time dating back to the time when Garang was alive! Dr Lam Akol (PhD) and Dr Reik Machar (PhD) were badly humiliated and laughed at all together by the warlord Dr Garang the leader of SPLA/M-Toriet faction as he appointed them as governors of local governments! Who can imagine that highly qualified PhD-holder compatriots such as Dr Lam Akol and Dr Machar, who once fought in the enemy’s frontlines for so many years, could end up being appointed as just local Governors at southern Sudan level?

    Targeting of Dr Lam Akol today by Dinka-led GoSS simply because of the 1991 rip, declared by him and Dr Reik and which they called Greater Nasir-faction or SPLA/M-united; against Toriet-faction SPLA/M led by Dr John Garang of Dinka tribe, legitimizes all the conjectures brought forward against SPLA/M led GoSS! And if all the above suppositions about SPLA/M are true, then, the question will be: who gives the militia group that ultimate and exclusive power to dominate and overpower other political parities in southern Sudan and decides the destiny of all the issues mattered to the south Sudanese without everybody blessing or consent? Why the Dinka-led GoSS is behaving as if it is the liberator of Southern Sudan; when in fact was just formulated or devised through the arrangement or the so-called CPA! Can someone call a peaceful settlement a proclaimed victory?

    Who gives the Dinka-dominated SPLM the right to act naively in the name of all south Sudanese when it has already fooled itself that it is fighting for the liberation of all Sudanese people but from who?hence the name SPLA! If SPLA/M is a true liberator of all Sudanese people,then, why it has hijacked the Dr Reik Machar’s idea for self-determination of South Sudanese under KPA and Why SPLA/M formed a autonomic government in Juba, the regional capital of southern Sudan and not in North sudan city it is really fighting for sake of unity of Sudan? And why do diehard SPLAers call any one who is not agreeing with them ideologically an Arab traitor or slave of Arab regardless of its claim that it is fighting for the sake of equality of all Sudanese including Arab naturally otherwise it is deceitful to itself!

    Why SPLA/M are wasting the country resources in pointless issues that do not mattered to the vast majority of south Sudanese while ignoring important things such as the eradication of the poverty, looking after the old and widows and orphans whose parent kills during SPLA/M disastrous! Why about the wounded or war-disabled combaters who fought to put SPLMers’ bumps in those GoSS seats they are abusing now! Is it a something to be arrogant of or embarrassed of?

    Now, what SPLM withdrawal from the Government of National Unity (GoUN) has created them other than embarrassment! SPLM withdrew naively hopping to frighten or intimidate GoUN!but it forgets that its image or reputation has significantly dropped as the direct result of its handling of its corrupted GoSS? Those disgraceful deeds by SPLA/M–dominated GoSS, such as collection of taxes or duties by SPLA soldiers instead of council, disappearance of the public money (e.g. the divide of south Sudan out of the oil revenues or the money donated by the International donors such as EU, UAS etc), bribes, lack of tenable development in all aspects of life on the ground in southern Sudan, tribalism, nepotism, lack of border control( i.e. criminals are crossing in and out southern Sudan like there is no government there), among others!

    So, is that the example or the model of SPLA/M’s new Sudan or there is something we didn’t see yet? If that is it, then, only God will know how SPLA/M will improve things in the whole Sudan when it can’t even manage to handle certain matters in southern Sudan which is just a tiny portion of the country by comparison to entire Sudan?

    Nevertheless,If SPLM recollection of its officials in GoNU was aggravated by issues such Abayi, South-North Boundaries, refusal of NCP to reallocate Dr Lam Akol position to Dinka-man (which has been done at the end), among others, now, as Dr Lam has been removed, but others disputed stuffs are not yet solved and hopefully will hardly be settled in the nearest future given to their complexities, then, what other card SPLM will use as it has already affirmed that is not going back to war? Will SPLM rejoin GoUN even without a clear road map of how it’s complains will be solved?SPLA/M must learn to put up with law or abide by Law of the country as it is not in the bush any more! So, let SPLA respect itself if not other Sudanese parties, even Mr Deng Alor that is going to replace Dr Lam I bid him that he is not going to behave anyhow and he will only deliver a planned, well-calculated or regulated Sudan government foreign strategies or guidelines or policies!

    Nowadays, we, the vast majority of south Sudanese are with the peaceful solution of whatever problem mattered to us in Southern Sudan! Why? Simply because we had enough of fighting SPLA/M losing battles or wars! Those catastrophic and nonsense wars fought by Southerners in favour of SPLA/M for nearly two decades and something have produced nothing other than slaughter of 2 million innocent people and the complete destruction of Southern Sudan’s infrastructure beyond any human imagination. Those pointless wars caused by those who were suffering from psychosis,have to be stopped so as to allow the people of southern Sudan to recover and regain some strength to fight their only one enemy: the corruption and nepotism being practised by the Dinka-dominated GoSS!

    Bol Thourmuck of Greater Nuer Greater Nasir(UK)

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    • 19 October 2007 08:03, by Kujur

      Bol you need to have some inellectuality sense, tribalism or nepotism has got no room at this crucial moment. The SPLM/A stand was not only to appoint ministers or reshuffle them, there was a long list which included Abyei, SAF withdraw, oil revenue and etc but your shallow analysis make you blind not know what is the national cause. CPA future is for generations and not for Dr. Garangg, Dr. Riek, Dr. Lam and Bashir, so it is our legitemate right to support our leaders stand on issues related to CPA implementation.

      I hope one one time one day you will enjoyed the future of protecting CPA from its disease called NCP if it recovered from disease.

      Guem David
      ACT Australian Nation capital

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      • 19 October 2007 20:46, by Bob Tata

        Hi Guem David

        Thanks for your naïve and reckless or irresponsible response to my comment; it shows me the superficiality or shallowness of your intellectual or rational reasoning!

        Moreover, if my interpretation and thus condemnation of your irrational reshuffle of the position of Dr Akol, a legendary SPLA frontlines combater during 1980s to 1990s, made you speak-out your dirty views and disclose your reckless, idiotic and narrow-minded thoughts, then, your reaction signifies the authenticity and truthfulness of my statement concerning your tribalism-derived reshuffling of Dr Lam Akol’s position and its disgraceful relocation to your tribe-fellow Mr Deng Alor whom I believe will deliver nothing to Dinka-dominated GoSS other than biting his finger-nails in that office!

        I suppose you are perhaps one of Garang’s catastrophic war lost-boys or otherwise one of SPLA/M short-sighted supporters! Anyway, whoever you are; I would like to tell you that I extremely dislike advertising my academic achievements, especially to ignorant people like yourself! However, I am compelled here to tell you a bit about my academic qualifications and achievements to give you a clue of what they mean to world or civilization including our war ragged south Sudan!

        I know I doubt your knowledge about the meaningful applications of such qualifications but maybe you will learn about them with someones’s help! I hold: BSc(Hons)Biotechnology in Medicine(UK), MSc in Molecular Medicine and Cancer Research(UK), Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology(Iraq), and a Certificate of Higher Education in Clinical Chemistry(Holland).

        I am not telling about the above listed degrees not simply for the sake of showing-off, but rahter to let you judge with your naïve brain whether my standard is that of Greater Nasir (which I love to serve) or that of world including your Dinka-land!

        Conclusion! You need to reckon the role Shuluk played during Garang’s disastrous war that cost us 2 million people, majority of those were Nuer and Shuluk! So, don’t let your power anger blindfolds you and makes you to forget others who suffered worse even more than you!

        Do you really know how many Shuluk were slaughtered by your rubbish war? then, if you know, what makes you to support Kiir’s naïve decision to eradicate Dr Akol, a renowned SPLA/M fighter who was once sent to frontlines by Garang so as to eliminate him and who was saved only by his being righteous!

        I know you hijacked Dr Reik’S KPA and renamed it CPA, it will protect you from us at least momentarily! but remember that you will never get away with all the disgraceful deeds you are doing now to vast majority of south Sudanese! we will prevail!

        Bol ThourMuck of Greater Nuer Greater Nasir(UK)

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        • 26 October 2007 06:48, by Kujur

          Dear Bol

          It is with great respect for what you have achieved for yourself but your accademic qualification is lacking a suplement called civilisation or it was just quantity bSc, Msc and diplomas. You will never add anything into your community leave apart Dinka, your premitives approachs to world politics is really reflecting your inner image.

          I am who I am and who believe and practices politics in the basis of human and ethics way, and for barbarics puppets of NCP like you will never learn to measurement things in rational instruments except use of tribal gauge like what you are applying.

          I am sorry to waste my valuable time trying to teach uncivilise culprit, your communication shows how weak you are and it tell people that you can’t manage yourself leave apart a greater comminity of Nasir.

          Guem David

          Canberra ACT

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          • 26 October 2007 21:14, by Bob Tata

            Professor Guem!

            As the famous Arabic wisdom states: Jamal El-elmon aqlaak! Literally meaning the charisma or attractiveness of education / civilisation is attitude or moral! Thus, how can you claim to be a civilised or intellectual when you are poor in attitude and moral behaviour! I believe your corrupt mind-set says who you are I am afraid!

            Advice!! As my fellow citizen of South Sudan I would persuade you to educate yourself so as to learn how to communicate your thoughts effectively and without letting any sentiment (emotion) to overcome you!

            Lastly but not the least, I am really compelled here to counsel you to behave yourself like a grown up or civilised man "as I believe you fancy civilisation"! that is, conduct yourself like a decent person! I know you don’t have self-confident! As I can sense that from your immoral conduct but I would like to assure you that it is certainly not too late to catch-up the train of education which I believe you need badly!

            I am saying this because you seemed to be suffering from depression that is worsening your personality if you have one before! i.e. your depraved behaviour is degrading your personality very badly!

            Prof: politic is not a personal issue! But as you are taking it personally I don’t think you are what I want to engage with! Thus I would like to say nice to meet you and good luck with anyone that maybe willing to put up with your immoral behaviour because you appear to be violating the rules of engagement!

            Thanks
            Bol Thourmuck of Greater Nuer (Nasir)

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  • 18 October 2007 22:50, by Bob Tata

    To Majok Bol

    If the NCP is your mother or father is not mine, but I think you are one of their butt-kissers my ignorant fellow!!

    Anyway, thanks for the time you wasted speaking your vulgar language to me even though you know nothing about me whatsoever!

    I would have done the same to you but that is not my habit! Thus, I choose not to behave like you! as I suppose you are not my standard and thus I don’t want to discus matters with you that maybe beyond your personal capacity!

    Secondly, can you tell me how to address Kiir as I can’t call him Dr because he has no PhD! here in Europe people who have done wrong things are corrected so, we are not butt-kissers like you Majok the bull.

    Kiir was lucky I called him Mr! I can not call him Mr President because no one elected him! He is just a SPLA/M party or militia leader who has no right to be where he is now mixing white and black with complete ignorance or naivety! I am a Biotechnologist ( Bioengineer or Genetic Engineer)by occupation and thus I don’t think I need your father Kiir to employ me!

    If you are one of Kiir’s butt-kissers then, keep his butt for yourself, your father and mother!

    Bol Thourmuck of Greater Nuer Greater Nasir(UK)

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  • 19 October 2007 06:47, by YihHon Alewei

    Being drunk with power is better being drunk with alcohol!

    Who gave beshir powers to reshulffle the SPLM ministerial posts without consent from SPLM! Beshir is drunk of power, SPLM is the decison maker in this circumstance not him. This shows that beshir is not cooperating with the Peoples’ Party. To make it work,SPLM have to choose who is going to replace Lam Akol "a briefcase of NCP". According to the CPA, SPLM is having powers over all the government of South Sudan and all ministers in "the fucken" GNU.

    For those who always make dead comments about the government of South Sudan, dominated by Dinka is also a very big factor contributing to this negative thoughs of arabs and those who don’t know where they come from!

    This in not the right time for tribalism. We are still in the darkness, people don’t have to mind who is leading South Sudan, whether from Dinka, Nuer, or Equatorian, it doesn’t matter as long as he or she serves the peoples’ of South Sudan interest.

    We are giving our victory to serpents, if we don’t mind our P’s and Q’s. I think Dinkas did nothing wrong since the formation of the Movement. I think if Dinkas leadership follow people like Lam and Riek during the dark days of SPLM, in that extent, I think there would have been no the government of today.

    Let’s leave all this rubbish behind and fight the foes with all our hearts and minds.

    Beshir the Nigerian grandson is bastard and totally mad, he should have to understand the rights of others and keep promises in place. Accord is accord and should be kept alive both sides not one side! All the stuff outlined during the omen of the CPA 2005 in Kenya are not respected by omar and his government.

    For those following this brutal regime will get themselves in a big mess in a nearer future. Let’s fight for our rights but not selling our rights away with money. Are we not tired of selling our lives and killing each other. This is the time we should have to come together and work as one.

    Looting our resources is not a solution to beshir governance. Beshir is a criminal and a thief the same time. He have been killing African tribes in Sudan since he arose to power in 1989. If beshir is lucky to miss prosecution in the Hague then he will not miss "Hell in Heaven".

    God knows who is playing humanity.

    Leadership lacking diplomatic and theories of power is always a dire to the people of the country!

    SPLM should reject the reshulffle and keep on with the strike otherwise that will be the way things will continue.

    YihHon Alewei. A Humanities student in Bond Univesity, Gold Coast, Australia

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    • 30 January 2013 15:21, by maropl

      Therefore, the SPLM must remain standing still until its demands are being met, otherwise this appointment which made by just one handed man is katalog stron meaningless and it is his own politicized process, which does not help us at all. So we should not be happy with this moved, because Al bashir owned decisions are the one that does not works.

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