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December 17, 2009 (KHARTOUM) — The Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) reaffirmed its rejection to the bill of National Security saying it would vote against it next Sunday.

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The SPLM and the dominant National Congress Party blocks at the National Assembly failed today to reach an agreement over the disputed bill which is seen crucial for successful democratic election in the country next year.

Yaser Arman, the leader of SPLM block at the Sudanese parliament and SPLM deputy Secretary General for northern Sudan, told Sudan Tribune Thursday they reiterated their opposition to the national security bill during the meeting because they "are opposed the powers to arrest, detention, search and seizure, and immunities for national security personnel," he said.

"This is our initial and last position and we will not endorse this bill on Sunday," he added.

Arman also said the NCP is determined to pass this bill with the mechanical majority stressing this position violates the spirit and the text of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement and the interim constitution.

In October, the SPLM and Sudanese opposition parties walked out of parliament because they objected to a draft national security bill endorsed by the ruling party that retained broad powers of arrest, detention, and immunities for national security personnel.

The two peace partners following a protest on December 7, reached an agreement on the referendum bills for southern Sudan and Abyei and the popular consultations for Blue Nile and South Darfur states, but failed to agree on the democratic reforms bills particularly the National Security and the syndicates’ bills.

The current law, the 1999 National Security Forces Act, allows the National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS) to arrest and detain people without charge for up to nine months, and without judicial review for six months. It also grants them broad powers of search and seizure, and contains immunity provisions.

Sulaiman Hamid Al-Haj, spokesperson of the opposition National Democratic Alliance block at the National Assembly announced they would boycott the assembly session on Sunday, he stressed they took this decision after a meeting of the parliamentary blocs of the NDA, SPLM and the bloc of Darfur Peace MPs.

The former rebel Sudan Liberation Movement of the Senior Presidential Assistant Minni Minnawi joined the opposition parties and the SPLM during the two protests organized for the democratic reforms on 7 and 14 December.

On Tuesday 15, federal minister of parliamentary affairs, Joseph Okello, presented draft bills on South Sudan and Abyei Referendum to the National Assembly for deliberations.

He also tabled the popular consultation bill for the contested areas of South Kordofan and Blue Nile to the assembly. Subsequently the bills got their way to the special parliamentary committee headed by Badria Suleiman from the NCP.

Arman also said the two blocks agreed on their meeting on Thursday to replace five of the former SPLM lawmakers with other five MPs. The move includes Lam Akol, Ghazi Suleiman and three other splinter members.

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  • 18 December 2009 04:43, by Dinka Dominated SPLA

    That is the voic of the magnificent the DINKA who always say no to the enamy of his people well go a haed DINKA savrce your people in south sudan there is no freedom if no one invoke the DINKA. Thanks to the DINKA

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    • 18 December 2009 07:28, by Comet Zone

      Dinka Dominated SPLA

      you better say thanks to your mother’s ass other than promoting your good for nothing Illiteracy which will bring shame to the people of Southern Sudan by your triblism behaviour which is trying to motive a dinka tribe and non dinka tribes of south sudan to war.
      i’m wondering why Sudantribune is permiting dogs like you to comment on this public website

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      • 18 December 2009 08:28, by Gatwech

        B

        After all, SPLM has pushed NCP very far in implementing most of the CPA. So why avoid dialogue with peace partner and implementer of the very peace and decide to go and join an opposition that is full of bad history towards the South and against the CPA’s self-determination.

        However, I differ with you on your conclusion that the recent demonstrations in Khartoum by the northern opposition groups, joined by SPLM SG Pagan Amum and Yasser Arman, resulted to NCP’s agreement on referendum bills and popular consultations. This is a wrong conclusion. Unless you don’t keenly follow the news before the so-called demonstrations, the SPLM and NCP already agreed on these bills.It was the SPLM that did not want to sign the deal.

        Take for example the South Sudan referendum bill prior to demonstrations. The only remaining outstanding issue was the turnout quorum. I hope you remember that the 51% yes vote to declare the South independent was agreed two months ago. But the NCP’s position two months ago on the other issue of turnout was two-third (66%). The SPLM political bureau rejected it and told the SPLM team led by the deputy chairman, Dr. Riek Machar to renegotiate the turnout.

        Then two weeks ago before the demonstrations in Khartoum, news on sudantribune reported that the NCP came down to 60% turnout. Dr. Riek reported it to the Political bureau as reported on sudantribune.com. The SPLM again rejected the 60% turnout and told Dr. Riek to renegotiate it to 55%.

        If you clearly followed all those processes, you would understand that the recent agreement on South Sudan referendum was not, in any way, a result of that opposition demonstration with Pagan.

        Actually, it was the SPLM that agreed to accept the NCP’s 60% turnout, which it (SPLM) rejected two weeks ago, not the other way round. The SPLM political bureau was not happy with the demonstrations and called for continuation of dialogue with NCP, not pursuing demonstrations. Therefore the SPLM team rushed to Khartoum to defuse the situation by accepting the NCP’s 60%. Unless you don’t follow up with the process, the SPLM just agreed on what it rejected two weeks ago. And that was not because of the demonstrations. They used it to defuse the tension that the northern opposition wanted to create between the two partners.

        Again, if you analyze it carefully, the aim of the demonstration in the mind of Sadiq Al-Mahdi, Dr. Turabi, etc. was to repeal national security laws as a priority and not referendum laws.

        Again if you carefully look at the tactic employed by the NCP, they have separated the national security laws from the referendum laws, and agreed ONLY (and again ONLY) on referendum laws, but NOT on national security laws, which was the sole aim of the demonstrations.

        This clearly tells you that NCP has never succumbed to demonstrations that would affect its hold on power. Touch the security laws and you will see how ugly the NCP is no matter how many times you demonstrate. It would only lead to bloodbath and the official death of the CPA. So the NCP is clearly saying it is better to separate the South and become independent through referendum or whatever, then to succumb to opposition pressure through demonstrations that would make it lose power. They will not give you the national security laws you want no matter how many times you demonstrate, but they may give you referendum that leads to independence. Take that seriously, my friends!!!

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        • 18 December 2009 11:06, by Aduol Liet

          Mr, Gatwech Tu and Mr, Oduko.

          If you don’t understand how the politics work then, you must shut up your big Mouths on the SPLM side. The arrested SPLM leaders in Khatroum was unconstitutional and I think there are many things that are needed to be done first a part from National Security Bill. I think the rejection of the National Security Bill by the SPLM,NAD and Former Darfuri Minni maybe a good things, because the jail is for every body for example, the National Congress Idiots Party have arrested the SPLM leaders last week and Tomorrow it will be the SPLM turn to arrest Omar Hassan Ahmad al Bashir if visited Darfuri Regions nor Eastern Region as well as Nubia Mountaints, he will probably get arrest for sure and even some of their ranks must be jail so that, they will know that,the laws of order are not only written in Khatroum.

          Oduko, you are real a stupid man just like those of your Luo uncles whom have been collaborated with Arab in Sudan, what gose around will come to you. We are not surprising about your Luo traitorism in Southern Sudan, but one can tell that, Dr, Traitor Lam Akol Ajawin had misled you guys some of you should have got a presidency later if Dr, Traitor Lam Akol Ajawin was not appear with his innate mind thinking stupid. There is no doubt in my mind that, all collaborators who went to renew their relationship with killer Omar al Bashir will not hope anything back in Southern Sudan don’t make mistake when Omar al Bashir gone then, you and your Nyagat or traitor are all gone for good.

          To: Gatwech Tu, you must understand that, this peace agreement does not need people to be too hurry or rushing without knowing your step, because that peace agreement it reach to Sudanese people when the leades in the SPLA/SPLM were too patience otherwise, if the SPLM were just rushed like the way this Nyagat Riak Machar Teny was when signing the Khatroum Peace Agreement with Omar al Bashir and later he was denied by Omar al Bashir. You got to understand that, this Southern Sudan peace has brought many Regions in Sudan to unity as you can see and judge by yourself that, almost all oppositions are ready to deal with Sudan government by all mean.

          In the end, I would like to think about 3 million people lost their lives just because of Sudan ruler government

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          • 19 December 2009 10:37, by Oduko

            you Dinka dogs will never learn.

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        • 18 December 2009 21:28, by samuel_kur@yahoo.ca

          Gatwech

          What do you know about politic? leave SPLM alone and see your own business.
          SPLM knows what is it doing.

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      • 18 December 2009 11:29, by mamer kuot

        dear Arab agent or whatever calling yourself.
        i want you to congratulate the Dinka for the well job done to you particular southerners and entire Sudan as general.
        moreover Dinka is the founder of SPLM/SPLA if Dinka was not created by God and placed in Sudan then your mother could have been fucked by Arabs both the anus and vagina.please avoid daily abuse to your own God and praise them for such great sacrifice they have shown to the entire world.

        thanks
        Chinaman

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        • 18 December 2009 23:25, by padiit gaga

          Mamer Kuot.

          To all southerness if any one thinks that SPLA/SPLM is for Dinka(Jieng)is wrong.Being a leader it doesnot mean you own the country,many people die during the war between north and south Sudan mean while you can not admit this word at all.Dinkas are not prudent if they expresse that word,it mean that they are simpleton.You can not acknowledge this,Dinkas are not brave people that is why we used to call them slaves(Jieng).Our word for Slave is Jieng.

          According to our grandfathers,they used to fight Dinkas and slave them when they captured Dinkas(Jieng).Please southerness Dinkas cannot free us with out you.
          and thank!
          Padiit Gaga

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    • 18 December 2009 21:35, by Piny Amec Abethool-Jesus

      To the National Criminals Party (NCP) or NIF

      The National Criminals Party should stop digging its own grave; it is not in the Sudanese culture to dig your own grave.

      “If you find you have dug yourself into a hole … stop digging”.

      The only way NCP could stop digging is by implementing these ten golden keys now:

      1- NCP must pass the National Security Bill now and not later.

      2- NCP must change their leader and Omaar Hosaan beskir should surrender himself to ICC as soon as possible.

      3- NCP must give way to the Sudan People Liberation Movement (SPLM) to win the general election by not rigging the forthcoming general election in 2010.

      4- NCP must sign a real peace agreement with the people of Darfur before 2010 election.

      5- NCP must stop recruiting and supporting militias and terrorists.

      6- NCP must not listen to all the evil advices from the Middle East countries.

      7- NCP members must quit being radical Muslims and be moderate Muslims.

      8- NCP must reveal the exact oil revenue per a month, but not the false figures that the NCP been telling the people of Sudan.

      9- NCP must solve these two issues now: the census and the border demarcation between North and South before 2010 election.

      10- NCP must cooperate with AU, UN and all NGOs without conditions.

      If the NCP fail to implement these ten golden keys now, NCP is digging a hole that they will not come out of until the second coming of Christ. This time the war is going to start in Khartoum. This time Middle East countries will not save NCP. This time China, Russia, and Iran will not save NCP. SPLA will directly invite Israeli army to fight because NCP has been supporting terrorists including Osama bin laden. NCP has to know that this is a matter of death or live. This time SPLA will not return the prisons of war (POW) as they did in 2005.

      Piny Amec Abethool

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    • 18 December 2009 21:37, by Piny Amec Abethool-Jesus

      To the National Criminals Party (NCP) or NIF

      The National Criminals Party should stop digging its own grave; it is not in the Sudanese culture to dig your own grave.

      “If you find you have dug yourself into a hole … stop digging”.

      The only way NCP could stop digging is by implementing these ten golden keys now:

      1- NCP must pass the National Security Bill now and not later.

      2- NCP must change their leader and Omaar Hosaan beskir should surrender himself to ICC as soon as possible.

      3- NCP must give way to the Sudan People Liberation Movement (SPLM) to win the general election by not rigging the forthcoming general election in 2010.

      4- NCP must sign a real peace agreement with the people of Darfur before 2010 election.

      5- NCP must stop recruiting and supporting militias and terrorists.

      6- NCP must not listen to all the evil advices from the Middle East countries.

      7- NCP members must quit being radical Muslims and be moderate Muslims.

      8- NCP must reveal the exact oil revenue per a month, but not the false figures that the NCP been telling the people of Sudan.

      9- NCP must solve these two issues now: the census and the border demarcation between North and South before 2010 election.

      10- NCP must cooperate with AU, UN and all NGOs without conditions.

      If the NCP fail to implement these ten golden keys now, NCP is digging a hole that they will not come out of until the second coming of Christ. This time the war is going to start in Khartoum. This time Middle East countries will not save NCP. This time China, Russia, and Iran will not save NCP. SPLA will directly invite Israeli army to fight because NCP has been supporting terrorists including Osama bin laden. NCP has to know that this is a matter of death or live. This time SPLA will not return the prisons of war (POW) as they did in 2005.

      Piny Amec Abethool

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  • 18 December 2009 04:46, by Oduko

    what do this criminals perty so called "SPLM/A" need lord !?
    their laws of referendum has aldready been passed and again trying to destroy national security bill !! this is clear of end of CPA SPLM must burn death due of them fail in everything, therefore I call on SAF to clean the country out of SPLM they really thirsty of war honestly..

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    • 18 December 2009 05:43, by peter marko

      To Fucking an Idiot so-called: Oduck

      There is no way for your fucking master,Al-Bashier,to order an attack on the SPLA. That will be his last day to breath. There is no wonder why you always support your master. You and your triator uncle, Lam, are a like. You better go to Khartoum and suck Al-Bashier dick as your uncle is doing it right now. That is the only way for your master to let you stay in the North after South Secedes in 2011!Your are pathetic, son of Bitch.

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    • 18 December 2009 07:37, by Sala Gai

      To the entire writers in this website

      I hope you should have to understand the logic of SPLA/SPLM, it’s now good for you Equatoria (nyanyama) to cry out of the gate, that will not bring any thing because creating thing which are not true to SPLA/SPLM will bring another era

      Lovely Southern
      Write but known the logic of the politic

      Salah Gai De Mabior

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      • 18 December 2009 10:10, by Machine

        Congratulation to the SPLM parliamentary group for not forgetting why they fought for two decades.
        The Arabs want to exploit the Sudanese but it will never be as long as the almighty God and Dinka remain committed.
        Big shame be to the NCP and their allied including he who supports them.

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    • 18 December 2009 11:49, by okucu pa lotinokwan

      Special Advice:

      To Oduck Bol.

      Oduck,when you want to write on certain topic, which are very sensitive think twices before talking nonesense, on the situation how war condition will be if the CPA implementation failed.
      weigh it by yourself for 21yrs how many Khartoum govt loose dispite all the help they are getting from Arab Nations.It will be very dark that day where you will see by yourself how the Arabs are migrating to other Arabs countries.But for you Oduck I do not know where will you will run or in Omer Bashir house,no way my friend.Tell Dr Lam Akol to come back to Malakal since he is no longer in the National Assembly,for the party he formed will not help any one in the south or his tribemen.

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    • 18 December 2009 23:04, by coles Blair

      To dude so call oduck, my simple advice to you is to practice your grammar carefully before you post some of your shit on this webside.

      And my tips for you is to have a vission and self esteem, cause i really recogn you are lacking it my dear brother, think when you go to bed, and try to sleep with one eye open and more than that try asking yourself where do i belong? what can i do for my self, people and country atlarge? dont ever worry about Dinkas, Nuers, Equatorian, Nubian or what ever just forecast on what you can do best, the rule of law is coming.

      The war you guys are calling for is not coming, Southern sudan is immune, by the death of Dr. John. the truth and fruit of freedom are here, but the challenge is to every individuals in the South Sudan to something for themselves, their people and they Nation. its not what your country do for you is what you do for your country, so act now and dont act boldly. GIVE UP HATRED CAUSE IS NOT DOING US GOOD AND PUT UP LOVE FOR IT’S GOING LETS US SEEE TOMMORROW. thanks Jah Bless.

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  • 18 December 2009 04:47, by Mr Famous Big_Logic_Boy

    I believe that those two leaders who lead the monster protest are trying to creature a confusion before April 2010. It seem like they have their personal goal in fact they protest beyond the standard. I never see any protest that least for weeks and months.

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    • 18 December 2009 05:25, by telfajbago

      I stated in my comments somewhere that,the National Congress Party has never been serious and will not be about passing the laws with which it used to stick in power.As endorsing the security laws means signing their death warrant.The first killing to these laws started with the formation of the committees to review the laws which headed by non other than the radical elements of the NCP such as Badria Suleiman,Ismail El Haj Musa among others.Now the final blows to the laws will be in the parliament whether Yasir Arman will endorse it or not since the NCP is adamant to pass it,even in contrary with the spirit of the agreement.Move that prove beyond doubt that,carrying out free and fair election and further allowing referendum to take place is next to impossible with the NCP.We do not need glasses to see what is before our eyes do we? The NCP is only buy time like the way Saddam Hussein did in Iraq and we are going back to war is more than reality.

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      • 18 December 2009 09:21, by mohammed ali

        The NCP has been very serious and this has been proved by what has happened.The communist agenda have obviously been aborted by Salvea and Machar. Arman /Pagan could have avoided all of these confrontations and voted against the national security bill from the begining instead of boycotting ,demonstration and various violent communists techenics.

        The referendum law had already been agreed upon before all these manoveures and there was no difference whatsover between 60 and 67 , simply because the South has already surpassed that in the registration!!

        Obviously now the communist twins have failed to derail the CPA and obstruct the elections, now they have to face their failure in the elections.Salva has to watch them carefully lest they will stir another scandel.

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    • 18 December 2009 05:36, by Jeremiah Mach

      protest can last for years till freedom is achieve, don’t talk of weeks brother.

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    • 18 December 2009 05:38, by johnmaker

      Hi Mr famous logic dog,

      There is nothing called the interest of those two monster who were delivered the paper writen by the SPLM/A as their postion at the referenda law that being nogotiated in kharoum.To make it short Pagan and Yasar they don’t have any goal as you claimed.They are working for the common good of southern and also for the whole sudan.

      A inhuman animal like you cannot understand.Furthermore the SPLM/A has made itself very clear that we as a party will not endosed the sacastic and jogerry no exist system.A foolish like can just agree without knowing the notion behind any sacastic word spoke by so called NCP.Please leave the SPLM/A and follow Lam and exercised your dead polictic.Thank

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    • 18 December 2009 05:45, by peter gatdet

      Oduko and Big Logic Boy.

      You two guys u r bulshit and Arab adapted sons,This time SPLM/A is very strong both politically and militarily if NCP don’t agree the national security bill to be discuss then No election,NO election,NO election,NO elected but self declaration either forcefully or peacefull.

      SPLA Oyeeeeeeeeeeee
      New Country Oyeeeee
      Gen Salva Oyeeeeeee
      SPLA Gens Oyeeeeeee
      Declaration Oyeeeee.

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    • 18 December 2009 07:39, by Mayom Biar

      HELLO. DEAR BIG-LOGIC.

      A’m agreed with you these leaders want to confus the ground before the activities. they have to follow the system. to show that they were concern about thebills but if they do it in that manner thus even the world can blame us.

      Thanks

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  • 18 December 2009 04:51, by junub

    Thanks Yasir I strongly saluted you with our party’s faith. It energizing we the SPLM members that we have great leaders like you Yasir, Pagan and the others. To bring peace in our country is not easy as traitor thought which is why the Sudanese people need un-easy-going leaders like you Yasir and Pagan. Going to jell is nothing if you go because of your people’s right, otherwise the black leaders in our African or African-American would have not jelled for the seck of their country. Love you leaders of the day.

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  • 18 December 2009 05:40, by Amir Ageeb

    The SPLM should continue the STRUGGLE even though the NCP will pass this damn BILL.

    It is clear the NCP has been in power so far because of such bills. The mentality of the NCP is aggressive and intimidating. If this Bill is passed [Almost this will happen], then other parties should prepare for a long period of intimidating and arrests. Then following step will be winning the elections and al-Bashir will saddle those opposition leaders and remain over their backs!

    Thus, Sudanese people have only one way: to keep struggle until this current NCP’s Gov. is gone.

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    • 18 December 2009 06:38, by manyok R

      The NCP party got to be an insane blood thirsty regime ever. They think they can legally make it a law to advance their killing of other Sudanese who are opposed to their genocidal ruling. They know that they are cornered and their days to rule Sudan again are numbered.
      They also know that most of them if not all of them are criminally charged by the ICC, and so if they are removed from the power they will end up in the hands of International Tribunal Court to face justice for the deaths of millions of Sudanese people.

      They are now resorting to most extreme ways of doing maximum damages in the country before they fall from power of bullying and intimidation. Like someone already said, the SPLA/M is not a party of the fools who could sign to their death traps. Thanks, to Yassir Arman and his Party, for adamantly rejecting that Bill.

      In fact, failure, to fall trap of that Bill will begin immediately with you the SPLA/M’s party’s leaders to become the first victims. Where on Earth can a democratic government the NCP Party claims itself to be could amend laws in which it has powers to arrest, detain, search and seize, and free national security personnel for murdering their opponents? Well, it is not going to happen as long as the intent is intercepted

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      • 18 December 2009 07:53, by DASODIKO

        SPLM/A don’t be fooled again! If you listen again to the US Envoy Scot Gartion to pass the the security law, as he adviced you not to demonstrate against the NCP with other political parties when you initially so.SPLM/A if you are fooled again and got in to the traps of the thugs; all of you including Kiir will end up in jail sells of the National Congress Party in the time of the elections and all America and other countries could do is to condemn.And more America could do is to sent the same man Gration to write petition for friends in NCP to release the political Prisoners.

        My brothers in the South Never expect much from others no body give a damn shit on someones internal affairs. We must put off our fire by ouselves. SPLM/A should know where is the weak point of his enemies are!

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        • 18 December 2009 08:00, by okello nen

          I bileave they do know what the protest mean leave them famous ,Big Logic Boy thank you very much okello nen

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  • 18 December 2009 08:30, by Gatwech

    Dear readers,

    After all, SPLM has pushed NCP very far in implementing most of the CPA. So why avoid dialogue with peace partner and implementer of the very peace and decide to go and join an opposition that is full of bad history towards the South and against the CPA’s self-determination.

    However, I differ with you on your conclusion that the recent demonstrations in Khartoum by the northern opposition groups, joined by SPLM SG Pagan Amum and Yasser Arman, resulted to NCP’s agreement on referendum bills and popular consultations. This is a wrong conclusion. Unless you don’t keenly follow the news before the so-called demonstrations, the SPLM and NCP already agreed on these bills.It was the SPLM that did not want to sign the deal.

    Take for example the South Sudan referendum bill prior to demonstrations. The only remaining outstanding issue was the turnout quorum. I hope you remember that the 51% yes vote to declare the South independent was agreed two months ago. But the NCP’s position two months ago on the other issue of turnout was two-third (66%). The SPLM political bureau rejected it and told the SPLM team led by the deputy chairman, Dr. Riek Machar to renegotiate the turnout.

    Then two weeks ago before the demonstrations in Khartoum, news on sudantribune reported that the NCP came down to 60% turnout. Dr. Riek reported it to the Political bureau as reported on sudantribune.com. The SPLM again rejected the 60% turnout and told Dr. Riek to renegotiate it to 55%.

    If you clearly followed all those processes, you would understand that the recent agreement on South Sudan referendum was not, in any way, a result of that opposition demonstration with Pagan.

    Actually, it was the SPLM that agreed to accept the NCP’s 60% turnout, which it (SPLM) rejected two weeks ago, not the other way round. The SPLM political bureau was not happy with the demonstrations and called for continuation of dialogue with NCP, not pursuing demonstrations. Therefore the SPLM team rushed to Khartoum to defuse the situation by accepting the NCP’s 60%. Unless you don’t follow up with the process, the SPLM just agreed on what it rejected two weeks ago. And that was not because of the demonstrations. They used it to defuse the tension that the northern opposition wanted to create between the two partners.

    Again, if you analyze it carefully, the aim of the demonstration in the mind of Sadiq Al-Mahdi, Dr. Turabi, etc. was to repeal national security laws as a priority and not referendum laws.

    Again if you carefully look at the tactic employed by the NCP, they have separated the national security laws from the referendum laws, and agreed ONLY (and again ONLY) on referendum laws, but NOT on national security laws, which was the sole aim of the demonstrations.

    This clearly tells you that NCP has never succumbed to demonstrations that would affect its hold on power. Touch the security laws and you will see how ugly the NCP is no matter how many times you demonstrate. It would only lead to bloodbath and the official death of the CPA. So the NCP is clearly saying it is better to separate the South and become independent through referendum or whatever, then to succumb to opposition pressure through demonstrations that would make it lose power. They will not give you the national security laws you want no matter how many times you demonstrate, but they may give you referendum that leads to independence. Take that seriously, my friend!!!

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    • 18 December 2009 09:05, by Wende Yongaptheeth

      Al Beshir is a dead man walking anyway.

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      • 18 December 2009 09:34, by richard opele

        Dear Okello Nen! Don’t join the mental group of Minus illogic bogus.
        other wise you change your name because the Acholi’s will not & will never comments nonsense or rubbish in the public webs,otherwise support who ever you knows commenting sense.
        Merry Christmas & happy prosperous New Year

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      • 18 December 2009 09:42, by mike

        Demonstration for freedom or right is in the interest of any civilized person. What Amom and his deputy did in the Sudanese capital is not only right but the greatest thing they have ever did. Look for example, in the United States back in the 60th black people were treated very badly so Dr.Marten Luther King JR. and many other joint forces and march for their right and he even put in jail I can see a parallel here. in my opinion, there is nothing wrong when people march to voice their concern to their elected officials.

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    • 18 December 2009 15:22, by Dr Advisor

      Dear Gatwech,

      Happy and Merry Christmas to you!

      Please Welcome me! I am your colleaque!

      I like your comments which you always elaborate well to the understanding your of readers, all that you said are truth and not against any leader in Southern. On my view no Dinka in this web site will appreciate the fruits of the leader coming from the Nuer community believe me today; and this is due to envy,jealousy and greedy of Dinka leaders. I urge you men to stand firm and courageous like Kim Deng, Rambang, Logic Boy, Thiliel and other. Last year Prof.Dechand wrote very comprehensive text on
      Sudan tribune web site remind all Nuers to foresee the dangers
      befalling on them from Dinka plot to overthrow Nuer from CPA. All they always say about supporting incompetent Dinka president Mr.Salva Kiir who has forgerised PHD from Neighbouring Kenya with amount of 100,000 USD; this amount shall build three Universities in Southern Sudan. Coming to Mr. Pagan and Yassir these two guys are good freedom fighters but radical than normal where they always at odds with peace partners. Pagan is still fighting for previous position of GONU ministry of cabinet Affairs while Yassir Arman still fighting for position presidential Advisory which Omar denied him from. The two guys are communists and Unionist while Salva and Dr.Riek are separatists and nationalists. If the SPLM Part does not discipline these two guys from these habits,doom may come one day under their trouble maker characters, I guess they are enemies of Peace, they may push the country to war which all Southerners do not expect to happen.Finally I would like the SPLM to negotiate the remaining laws by diplomatic means not demonstration and violation planned by Northern political parties to buy the voice of SPLM in order to undermine CPA principles.

      Thanks

      Dr. Advisor

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      • 18 December 2009 23:17, by Nguetbuny de Luelpiny

        Dr. Advisor,Kim,Gatwech,

        Thielleling,Osay,Oduck,and

        Separatist.

        Unionist is the best.

        Separatist are the worst of Sudanese African people.

        What let SPLA stay longer is the Unionist aim. Liberating all the Land and people who are besiege in theirs Land is the main SPLA/M been fighting for. You seeing SPLA/M still very powerful is rootes of Union. four to 12 people can not change Sudan, it needs everyone to join in. North,south,west and East; all African who are suffering in Sudan.

        Stupid separatist minded will confined themselves in the southern where they are creating Tribal hatred. The Matter here is the whole Sudan with outsiders who are Claiming ourland; to be theirs. The weakest who alway talk of southern separation alway Allied themselves enemy. Are they saying trust or what they are doing?.

        Looks at those stupid African Islam who Murdering the southerners by the name of evile Islam; that Black non muslim are demons are they would go to jenah if they kills other black follow are not Muslim. Some smart people are playing the trick in religion.

        To Slept African people is to give them God,they would fall sleep and take theirs land. Give them foreign names,which is purify than African names; after they wake up. They have been influence and over power by outsider; and will eliminates them one by one.

        Disease would above sky. Direct elimination would be that person is insine,is out in sign. Some would say this land is big enought let them take that place. It is the Step by step pushing process.

        Tone of liberators

        Nguetbuny de Luelpiny

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        • 19 December 2009 00:08, by Nguetbuny de Luelpiny

          Dears Sudanese readers

          Some who poste here are NIF/NCP agents who are
          brain watching really Africa Sudanese mind. They pretend the names of African. In really are not. some are southerners who are working for their masters Arab and some are Arab pretenders and some really Demon Arab.

          Time is up for Arab in sudan. We are not going to be fool again. Someone wanted to stay as ordinary citizen has to do their business quite.

          And eat the fruit of Africa.

          Love Africa!

          Marriage Africa!.

          Looks like Africa!

          Supports Africa!

          Died for Africa!.

          Thinks like African!

          And have Africa Ideaology!!!!!.

          Nguetbuny de Luelpiny!!!

          Tone of liberators!!

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  • 18 December 2009 23:58, by coles Blair

    Thanks the Team SPLM/A. keep bargaininin this crack heads, its not this time atleast now we understands their dodgy tactics.

    Please give them more pressure to practice the rule of law, let there be no marshall law in sudan,

    Like always SPLM active.

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    • 19 December 2009 03:14, by Wende Yongaptheeth

      SPLM/A it is your sacred to hung this criminal Al Beshir.

      Sudan must not and will not be left to the criminals such as Al Beshir. They got to be hang.
      Stop at nothing then Al Beshir head on the rope. Al Beshir is an arab muslim terrorist.

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      • 20 December 2009 01:37, by ismail

        Your right the only way in Sudan is to be rule by SPLM,so if
        like al bashir is not used any more come together all black
        Sudanese people to fight jallab is enough for them in out country we don’t like them any more now we got sick of them
        they’re what they’re doing is like just nothing so Kiir is the one to rule the country,no any chief in our country that’s enough for us we don’t want any criminal any more.

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        • 20 December 2009 12:59, by maluach madit

          Mr. Pandit.

          Lack of deliberateness is the shameful ideology of current situation in Sudan. If we deny Garang ’s hunt for bringing home buffalo’s meat, what else do we expect beyond ? , meat of monkey?

          Since the formation of CPA, the human right and responsible dinka patriotic individuals have continually expressed sympathy for the basic principle of self determination. but most wanderers plagiarize and pretend to be the good workers separately ----------- This would take us back unless we do all things communally for the sake of South Sudan. I regret the daily primitive idiocy of Kim Deng who never even know who is who to lead and what to do.

          Back to the point. Despotism of the present Sudan cannot indefinitely perpetuate its rule over hundred of millions of people who love their country,who love God and who have sense of personal dignity. I was expecting SPLM to let South maintain 41% representation in National assembly as well as in executive in Khartoum leave alone the inadequate 30%. I also like NCP demand for 53% for the declaration of self -Determination because 60 is too high and could not be surrendered due to the fact that most Southerners were displaced by Arabs leading their being in abroad. Thus it neglects their presence.

          Please 53 is acceptable.

          Allow me to say thank you for the accomplishment of some issues and for the implementation of the next prerequisite statements.

          I am mr. Maluach Madit Maluach.

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