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Sudan’s Bashir offered concessions to South on referendum


September 6, 2009 (LONDON) — The Sudanese president Omer Hassan Al-Bashir offered the Southern ex-rebels concessions that could pave the way for their secession in 2011, but at a price.

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Sudan’s President Omer al-Bashir (AP)

The ruling National Congress Party (NCP) and Sudan People Liberation Movement (SPLM) are deadlocked over the referendum law that would set the modalities and logistics required to conduct the self-determination vote by Southerners.

Both sides disagree over the percentage of votes required to call the referendum a pro-independence, the population of Southerners allowed to participate and the post-independence arrangements including the share of national debt to be carried over by the South.

An official in the Sudanese presidency who asked not to be named told Sudan Tribune that Bashir met with his First Vice President Salva Kiir in Khartoum prior to the SPLM political bureau meetings in Juba last month.

Bashir, according to the official, said that the NCP would make "radical" concessions on all outstanding issues on the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) up to and including the referendum.

In return, the SPLM would agree to endorse Bashir as the presidential candidate in the April 2010 elections. The SPLM has not made any decisions on their nominee to run for the president.

Another official at the SPLM political bureau confirmed to Sudan Tribune that Bashir’s offer was discussed during their August meetings, but was turned down on the grounds that "the NCP cannot be trusted to follow through on their promises."

Sudanese political parties are working behind the scenes to explore possible alliances for the first free presidential and parliamentary elections held since 1986.

A handful of Sudanese opposition parties are convening in Juba for a meeting sponsored by the SPLM next week to discuss elections and democratic transformation.

The Juba conference was boycotted by the NCP which said the documents that will be discussed were crafted by the opposition parties "who want to put on trial twenty years of Bashir’s rule."

Bashir who faces an arrest warrant by the International Criminal Court (ICC) is the NCP candidate for the presidency.

Some observers say that the Sudanese head of state seeks reelection primarily for the purpose of enforcing legitimacy internally and externally in the wake of the arrest warrant issued earlier this year.


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  • 7 September 2009 07:56, by Oduko

    hahahahahaha I really laught at al bashiir when I see his eyes he is a really war creminal who will never won the next election, I think it will be Salva turn next year am 100% SPLM has already take over the country.

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    • 7 September 2009 08:02, by Deng Thiak Adut

      I accepted his concession: Let him be the president of the Republic of Sudan and he will guarantee a passage to the 2011 for South Referndum... UMMA Party can’t be trusted either.... WE need to take this opportunity.... they can hang him later.....

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      • 7 September 2009 08:20, by Peter Aarai

        Why bashir have to open his mouth n said he offered a concession to separation for ex- rebel? He have just met one of our demanded things, next is he have to step down of we let rop run after him, then next stop killing darfurIan people, nafi Ali nafi have to be hanged early before year end, and things will get little better in Sudan in of terms killing will ease

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      • 7 September 2009 13:48, by Freedom Fighter

        Mr. Dut,

        Firstly, your agenda should not be dictated by your rival’s tactics and maneuvers if you’re a politician or freedom fighter who is fighting for the right cause of the people. Have your own agenda, and always try to get your enemy submit to it.

        Second, open your eyes clearly, you will see it’s a lie. It’s the same fox you’ve been wrestling for many years, trying to use the same old tactics and maneuvers. The rules of the game required Omer Al-bashir to make one step forward first before SPLM does the same. Albashir needs to fully implement the CPA and accepts 50% yes vote for seperation of the South before SPLM can look into endorsement of his presidency bet in 2010.

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    • 7 September 2009 08:22, by Aduol Liet


      I agree Omar al Bashir look really criminal in his eye and he is absolutely the genocide root cause and must be arrest if there is a rule of law from the ICC Judges.

      Aduol Liet.

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      • 7 September 2009 09:58, by liil

        Mr Oduko,if you are a traitor of the Sudanese leaders then you betray yourself and you never know what will happen tomorrow.Everybody or a leader in Sudan was counted for war crime and crime against humanity including the SPLM prominent leaders who committed mass actrocities in the South during the twenty one years of civil war. Umar must remain and respected as political and bearer of CPA after the departure of our hero Dr John Garang the Mabior.

        Rule of Law should not be enforced only on African leaders but on all world leaders including the westerners and thus, don’t support something you don’t know it root,objectives and the role to play in world political arena and crisis.Am southerner and i oppose to any western attempt to sabotage peace in Sudan because of their interests. It is upto you guys to stand against Umar Bashier for whatever reason you know ofter achievement of CPA in our country.

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        • 7 September 2009 15:40, by emmanuel adol

          think of urself before uttering of oduko being traitor ,what inspire you about bashir? what are good modelities of leadership does bashir practice ?if we come to rule of laws it is your foolishness you africans who puts your assistants to it so you have to face the costs of what you bought.whatever you say is not the right,simply africa is poor because is poorly manage by our leaders such as gaddafi ,bashir ,museveni and so forth.

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          • 8 September 2009 07:13, by liil

            Emmanwuel: Let me precisely answer your question about what president Umar Bashir has inspired not only to me but even to you and all people of Sudan as a whole. What i believed and honored from President Bashir was declaration of cease fire between the North and the south and eventually the peace agreement CPA which was signed by him and our hero lat Dr John Garang to bring an end to the African longest civil war in the continent. Right now you and i are enjoying this peace brought by these two men and i honored them for that despite some other political differences and outstanding issues.

            About good modalities expecting of Bashir,It is not only him messing up with governance nor leaders from the north but you yourselves in the South are lacking these modalities in practice.What are the good modalities we see being practiced in the South? All are about tribalism,corruption,unequality and monopoly most initiated and engaged by some particular groups of people who believed to have been born to rule the south. Brother if you believe that the African leaders are foolishes in allowing this Rom statute to be in place or took the ground In Africa,then why don’t you correct and direct them to the right direction instead of demanding them to be charged under that laws which they stupidly agreed and signed to take the cost against them? I believe in the near future despite Political and economical weaknesses in the continent,Africa will be alright by running and investing it own natural resources more independently. You Guys looby against your leaders to correct them but not to betray them to murauding powers who their enterests are to monopoly and grab the wealth of others.

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    • 7 September 2009 09:09, by maumau

      Hello Oduko and evey member of SPLM/A we suely need self determination so that we govern our self and our economy but the question is, will SPLM/A change its leadership style of corruption, hypocritesm, brutallity, misappropriation of funds, grabbing of people`s land and wives by force,reginal imbalance name it. When the Late Garang was killed in 2005,the parliament and minisries were disolved and a new ones were to be formed and divided among the political parties. SPLM/A leadership claimed that it needed any of ministery of Finance, Energy and Mining, Foreign Affair or Defence. President Bashir told SPLM/A leadership that it is not yet capable of managing some of these mininstries especially where there s a lot of money, you can only take ministries at the bottom of Sudan`s priority like Tourism, Environment and so forth. Some of us who are members of SPLM/A felt cheated and as if insulted and we blamed President Kiir for being bullied. But now with our SPLM/A in full leadership in the South, what is happening; corruption, brutallity, violent, force every where, poor governance, lack of basic services and no roads and health care services in some counties. So i can say that President Bashir made the correct projection, "our leaders are incapable of managing large sums of money".May be some of them should enroll themselves for Long Distance Learning in Higher Institutions of Learning order to equip them with some leadership skills. They must stop seing national money as if it were theirs. We are suffering at their expences. We do not need DC because its leaders are siding with Khartoum

      With this short message, i still remain a member of SPLM and will continue to quest for a self determination.

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      • 7 September 2009 11:22, by Santino Nuan

        Dear Mr Mau mau

        You might be true to blame SPLM/GOSS leadership of their corrupt management however, it is also good to judge with fairness. SPLM/GoSS is a four year government with little power as you alluded in your articulation of the issue. NCP is controlling 90% of every power such as ministry of Finance., Minisry of erergy and Mining and so forth. 50% Oil share is being delayed for money months and also NCP are not transparent on Oil money.

        When some SPLM told Salva Kiir that they are ready to return to war if Ministry of Energy is not given to them. Do you know what would happened by then? CPA would have finished by then. NCP deployed their military tunks and atrillaries in Khartoum streets and they said SPLM/A that we will not give you these Ministries: Energy and Finance whether you like it or not. My friend SPLM/GOSS is pushing things slowly with careful ananlysis of the consequences in any decision-making otherwise things will fall apart.

        There are rampant corruption cases in NCP system of rule but no one questions them because sword is shapened and ready to cut the next of any challengers in their affairs unlike SPLM/GOSS where freedom of speech is flowing like a river.

        Do not blame SPLM/GOSS too much for their mismangement of the money, we are trying and we will definately succeed in near future than NCP in the north.

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  • 7 September 2009 07:58, by Kur

    Do not trust the devil. He wants to stay in power to avoid the ICC. But he is testing the waters to see that you can be easily cheated. The logic of the process of referendum does not need nonsense. The law for the referendum must be approved as drafted by the SPLM. NO more.


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    • 8 September 2009 07:07, by imoi adolfo

      Please our brothers SPLM/A at large, I want to tell you that idea of Pagam amum to me is very correct because Beshir does not want peaceful table negotiation as you people have seen by your naked eyes.
      We should be man of action who may tell Beshir that do unto others as you would want them to do unto you for you and others whom you treat as subjects to obey you.It seems to Beshir as we are joking but this pressure may encycle us into pagan’s idea of self esteem.


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  • 7 September 2009 08:00, by Mayom hawk

    We did not benefit as Southerners in the debts to the Sudanl. Burdening us with the national debts is unreasonable. It is the interest of making unity attractive forcefully and unreasonably.

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  • 7 September 2009 08:03, by suffeeyo

    This president has fail to lead sudan for the last 20 years, my advise to you MR Bashir just step down, (SPLM) will bring the change the whole Sudan needed which you fail to deliver in the last 20 years in the office, which left many people deaths and made hundred of thousands homeless in Sudan,

    your government had failed and your people been talking about united Sudan with this Government.SPLM Government and people of Southern Sudan will been better off, without nothern Sudan wether you like it or not Southerners will vote for separation of Sudan. to have separate sudan.

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  • 7 September 2009 08:03, by Dinka Boy

    Warning to Crimnal Bashier.
    Don,t hold your cheeck, things are not bitter yet.
    If you know that you went to power by coup, then some of the Arabs north powers will coupped you because you are under arrest and term as crimal by Laws.
    The only solution to Surrounder and give South freedom of deciding to seceed or put you in Jail for the crime that in Darfur.

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  • 7 September 2009 08:14, by murlescrewed

    Southern referendum is a matter not subject to back dealings. SPLM is not prepared to offer the fugitive president some cover so that he can claim that he was elected by the entire country. I doubt it if a single Darfurian would even consider voting for him. Bashir knows well that he has already lost South, East, and West. He is not standing naked trying to cover his fat rear end.

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  • 7 September 2009 08:27, by Ahmed

    hell no I dont want to be ruled by some terrorist group called SPLM!! The SPLM will corrupt the country, let the SPLM prove it self first by providing for its people in south, I suggest Al bashir keep the wars going if we are going to be governed by some Dinka terrorist group, WHO THE FUCK DO DINKAS THINK THEY ARE? garbage people

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    • 7 September 2009 08:49, by Dinka Boy

      Ahmed, killed yourself either.

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      • 7 September 2009 08:55, by Ahmed

        I dont need to!! because SPLM will never rule the country and thats a fact

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        • 7 September 2009 09:07, by Dinka Boy

          Why you bother Ahmed since you are hiding like rat in Khartoum.
          SPLA/M will rule Southern Sudan for Sure.
          The good thing is to killed yourself because your Bashier is going to hell defeated

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        • 8 September 2009 01:21, by Aduol Liet


          Your comment has no room look are tired about Arab Islamic policy so we do not need unity with Arab Idiots any more.

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        • 8 September 2009 06:30, by culkunus

          Yah Achmed the dead terrorist, (your name already identify you as terrorist) you don’t have to be rule by SPLM, you can go and Lick your uncle Bashir’s Nuts in Khartoum and Live SPLM alone.

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    • 7 September 2009 08:57, by braveheart

      Listen up guys, this is matat lasu speaking.

      This socalled concession is a political trick to harmonized to the path to the election only. NCP will never concede to the referendum bill simply because they are the majority in national parliment. Don’t be tricked. Unless SPLM could win the election in 2010 with majority of MP delegation in the national parliment on their side, THEN they can table down a referendum bill as greed on the CPA. But if they lose and NCP win the 2010 election with majority of MP delegates in National parliament, THEN legally and constitutionally, they can revoke any referendum bill proposal. This is how democratic parliment works, whoever got the most votes (or MP delegations on his side) makes the rule-of-law which includes the referendum bill. The only chance for the referendum bill here to succeed is only if SPLM win the 2010 national election otherwise forget it. But there is second option which is very costly: and that is take it through another brutal civil war. Either way don’t believe in these concession unless you really don’t understand how parliamentary democracy works. Then I suggest you need some serious Law classess.

      Reread this again befor u reply. Referendum is only possible if SPLM wins the 2010 election or if you really believe in Albashir commentaries. Take your pick!


      Matat lasu

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      • 7 September 2009 09:15, by Dinka Boy

        Mr brave, I want to asked asked you two things; are you Southerner?
        Second, do you know about CPA? if you know what did the two Parties agree to happened in 2011.
        That is ungreen commend.
        2011 is not base on 2010 my friend. No document siad that.

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        • 7 September 2009 10:31, by braveheart


          I;m from CES and a lawyer by education not a politician. We are trained to speak the truth even if it is against us. Yes I’m aware all about the protocols in the CPA, are u? The CPA is a document for democratic transformation of power among and within parties in the Sudan. This democratic transformation of power provided in the CPA comes with new entitlements or protocols should the party that’s majority elected by sudanese people succeed in 2010. What entitlement each party will have after 2010 election todate remain unknown. But if SPLM win the national 2010 election, then expect referendum to be held as promised. But if the NCP wins, ask yourself why would they work against their interest? They can legally and constitutionaly veto any referendum bill but foreward by a minority opposition party since they have majority of MP delegates in the partliment. So the only viable option to SPLM now is to secure as much MP delegates in national parliment so referendum bills must be enacted and held. If thy fail to secure the number of delegates in the national parliament to enact the referendum bill, then their best option is to use their army (SPLA) to secede by force otherwise the 2010 is their threshold or litmus test if abide with democratic principle of power transformation.

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      • 7 September 2009 10:26, by Biliu

        Concessions, now you have the true face of the NCP, power and power alone is that matters, we saw similar statements before but this one is stunning , share of Sudan debts in return for South independence is likely to be accepted but endorsing Bashir for presidency, how in the hell NCP came out with such a stupid proposal , Southern leadership will not full prey for such hopless attempts of the NCP, a world class criminal is not ought to run for presidency from the first place, otherwise north will doomed after south independence.

        Braveheart, thank you for you highlighting, SPLM has to do it’s best to insure winning of the 2010 elections, otherwise, our welfare is at risk , probably a unilateral independence declaration but that will push the country to another civil war.

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    • 7 September 2009 15:51, by emmanuel adol

      my friend think being stupid is not what you can show to people, first of all i will like to say that wether you like or not they are going to rule you and not only dinkas because they not the only tribe in south we have 53 tribes in south.so stop being idiotic.

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  • 7 September 2009 08:37, by oshay

    no concessions to Dinka

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    • 7 September 2009 08:48, by Dinka Boy

      Yes, there we go. Concessions agree.
      Oshay, killed yourself

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      • 7 September 2009 09:01, by Maruon Ayiei

        Yeap, the Dinka are sticking it to both Al Bashir and his proxies in southern sudan, You hear me now.

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        • 7 September 2009 10:23, by Ajuscommando

          Dear Liil,

          Please my dear, Mr. Oduko is 100% correct in his statement for concession of South Sudan than unity of Sudan. What shall Southerners gain from unity of Sudan? We united with Khartoum regime in 1972 and that agreement was dishonest by North. In opinion I accept separation of South Sudan form North because to avoid all problems between African tribes and Arabs Muslim from the North.


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          • 7 September 2009 11:17, by Kim Deng


            Which govt do you think between the GoSS and the arabized Nubian govt/NIF will win this tough confrontation towards percentage needed to declare the independence for South Sudan and where Southern Sudanese must cast their votes?

            It will be the first victory should GoSS win this legal case. Many cases were won by the arabized Nubian govt, but
            many folks within the South will have no confident on GOSS if it will not make it this time.

            GoSS: 51% is needed to declare an independence for South Sudan or poor "United/New Sudan."

            Arabized Nubian govt/NIF: 75% is needed to declare South Sudan independent, but 51% to declare the damn "United/New Sudan."

            GoSS: You must be in the South to vote on that day.

            Arabized Nubian govt/NIF: All Southern Sudanese must cast the votes regarless of wherever you may be especialy those in the North.

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    • 7 September 2009 12:19, by Hillary B.M.L,M

      Tell Me, don’t be ashamed Please Oshay, how many Stamps on your buttock?

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      • 7 September 2009 13:33, by Abuk D- Nhial

        Hi, may be 9 and a half plus the deep middle one .

        politics "wuhhh, !

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        • 7 September 2009 14:01, by Kani

          Our Late Dr:John say, do not wait for some thing to be given to you, just take your by all means,therefore, Bashir has not right to offer South anything, if Referendom it is ours not of North, and Sudan is ours not Arabs, that is why i do support Dr: Garang, as Arabs has move out from Andolos, they have to move out from Sudan.

          Sudan is not an arab land, for me people would fight untill God say no stoop it, becouse the so what call Arabs are the real enemies of Human on earth, they claim to be a religous people, i do not not know why religion does this infedals know, even the Quran, never say take somebody things by force, do not committ Audlity, but NCP are doing, enought is enought.Pack you all.

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        • 8 September 2009 06:52, by culkunus

          hahahahahahah thanks you both Abuk and Hillary your comments describes axactly what Oshay got otherwise he/she won’t be aganist southerners at all.

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      • 7 September 2009 13:55, by Riangnom

        I think Oshay has 70 mark on his ass, which is comaparison with 70 virgins gays that prophet Mohammed trick muslims that they will get them in heaven when they blow up themselves to kill innocents people. What a religion, does God really like that evil acts? Hell NOOOOO. This is a crime acts. You idiot Ohay or Osham forget about Southern Sudanese stay away from us. You go to hell.


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      • 7 September 2009 20:29, by Dinka Aliap Chawul

        Haa! And a blackspot on his fore-face.

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    • 8 September 2009 06:38, by culkunus

      Oshay whatever you say sound like it comes out of your ass, southern sudan is not only for Dinka but southerners. now tell web users what the fuck is your comment mean "no concessions to Dinka"? Can’t you see how this concession can benefits whole southern Sudan? think before you talk please southerners deserves success after long struggle no bullshit.

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  • 7 September 2009 15:18, by Khalid abdullah

    this man omar basher he has to go becos nobody in north of sudan or whole sudan as matter fact do not want him. he foros himself in power by military means. Me as Arab from Gezzera state i wants to say we do not like the way omar basher is handle the sudan situation and we support the hezib Umma alliances with splm for bring real peace with recociliation for the sudan. we welcome ICC to arrest the man.

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    • 7 September 2009 17:10, by DASODIKO

      The man he is not able to save himself from ICC criminal charges against him, how can he give for others.
      I am just waiting for that day to see you Bishiir and your dirty colleagues behind the bars.
      on that day if we became many countries, then all sudanese states will declare a cleberation on laughing day on you criminals. The lives of our innocent families will not go for nothing criminals

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      • 7 September 2009 19:53, by Ahmed Chol

        The SPLM should pay for the NCP debts (aka national debt) after the NCP has compensated everybody in the south for the destruction they had made in the past 25 years.

        NCP borrowed all that money in terms of weapons from Russia and China.You know all those MIG and ANTONOV that bombed everybody in Torit and Yei and elsewhere in the South. That is the debt they are talking about. They used the weapons against us. It is illogical to make us pay for bullets and weapons that were used to kill our brothers and fathers.

        By the way who will pay for the SPLA/M debt?

        You, those who are heading the SPLA/M should always think twice because your mistakes can put the next generations in lots of problems for centuries.

        Beware that you are engaged and involved in a mental and psychological ware fare right now with the NCP/NIF. It includes intimidation and tricks.
        Very few of you were in the Front line in Kit, Kapoeta, Kurmuk etc. This is your battle, the battle of words and thinking. Be cautious! Don’t get blackmailed and cheated. You got to win it. You can do it. No fear, you still have the SPLA army behind you.

        best regards.

        Ahmed Chol, the future commander of Anya-nya III if the South chooses unity

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  • 8 September 2009 01:47, by Samson Shawel Ambaye

    God be with ICC UNSC and SPLM.

    Genocide criminal Bashir
    no matter what concessions you offer you must be arrested by the International Criminal Court ICC for your crimes in Darfur.

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  • 9 September 2009 02:41, by choldit

    It would be a wise idea for Sudanese leading parties (NCP & SPLM)to nominate El-Tah GNU 2nd vice and Dr.Riek Macher vice of GOSS for the nxt election. This country needs a radical change in its political landscap and for sure it will not be brought by Bashier and Kiir.

    Sudan still has a chance to lead the world but the sudanese need to reason things out rather than mentional judgement. We can agree that these two guys Riek and Tah are the brains behind the two parties. If the civilian from the two regions (South and North) push them into friendship thru the implementation of the CPA, the Sudan may take its position in the world leadership.

    This is just a personal suggestion and ask Kiir and Bashier and their followers, including myself to take it ease. This is the value of democracy, having people who speak their mind.

    THANKS for reading!

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  • 9 September 2009 17:15, by Jonathan

    The South is not for conccession at this last minute. Time for concession has long been finished by the NCP to manipulate the prominent Southern Politicians to lose direction but thank God they have totally failed to realised any weakness, a point that has brought them to think of concession.

    The Southerner suffered and have realised that their freedom lies in the 2011 Vote in the Self Determination referendum. Any political move to destroy this protocol is a breach of international Law and perpetrator(s) will face justice by competent courts.

    South Sudan Rights to Self- Determination are granted.
    Self Determination Oyeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Oyeee.

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