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Sudan’s NCP hints at possibility of alliance with SPLM in elections

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January 12, 2010 (KHARTOUM) – The Sudanese ruling National Congress Party (NCP) expressed openness to the idea of an alliance with its rival representing the South in the upcoming April elections, a senior official said today.

The presidential assistant and deputy NCP chairman Nafie Ali Nafie, speaking at a press conference today affirmed that his party is committed to holding the elections as scheduled.

Nafie stressed that the NCP will accept the choice of the people irrespective of the outcome, hinting to the possibility of alliance with Sudan People Liberation Movement (SPLM) “in light of the keenness of both sides to implement of the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) and maintaining the unity”.

The NCP official added that the existing atmosphere and dialogue will enable the two partners to overcome the challenges and that such an alliance will pave the way to more stability and to guarantee the unity of Sudan.

The Sudanese National Election Committee (NEC) started accepting nominations today for the parliamentary and presidential races. Today president Omer Hassan Al-Bashir formally filed his nomination papers.

Critics say the NCP will likely achieve a comfortable win in the elections citing widespread fraud, vote buying and forged papers.

Sudanese opposition parties which took take a united in the Juba conference by threatening to boycott the elections hosted last September by the SPLM but have since appeared to have drifted apart.

The NCP has been harshly critical of the ex-Southern rebel group for joining hands with other opposition parties.

Nafie welcomed what he described as “clear signals” being reflected by the SPLM, adding that the NCP is standing for the implementation of the peace agreement even if it was not linked to the alliance.

He stressed that the NCP’s goal is to hold the elections, conclude the interim period and give Southerners the full freedom to decide in the self-determination referenda and in this regard called for a strong campaign to stress the importance of unity and to warn from the disadvantages of secession.

Furthermore, he hailed the NCP-SPLM relations saying they are currently at their best conditions following the ratification of laws.

In a related development, Britain’s Africa minister, Glenys Kinnock told reporters in Khartoum that the European Union (EU) may send observers to monitor the elections.

“If we are to have a credible election there has to be freedom of expression, freedom of assembly and freedom for the media,” Kinnock, on a three-day visit, told reporters.

A senior Sudanese official said last month that election observers may include the witnesses of the CPA such as the United States, several European and African countries, regional organizations and representatives of the candidates.

However, the NEC warned that some observers may have ulterior motives and attempt to spur ethnic tensions similar to Zimbabwe and Kenya.

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  • 13 January 2010 06:37, by Gatwech

    THIS IS VERY GREAT! IT THE WISEST DECISION BY THE SPLM!

    BRAVO SPLM!!!

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    • 13 January 2010 06:42, by Gatwech

      Dear readers,

      This is what I have been waiting to hear as my argument has always been keeping partnership between NCP and SPLM instead of divorcing themselves and marrying those long time prostitutes calling themselves northern opposition parties.

      The two fathers and mothers of the CPA need to keep on maintaining partnership until every letter of the CPA is implemented.

      The SPLM should just confirm Al-Bashir as president and Salva Kiir as First Vice President.

      In the South, the SPLM should nominate Dr. Riek Machar as the party’s candidate for the presidency in the South.

      This will guarantee continued implementation of the CPA and the conduct of referendum just in eleven months’ time.

      Bravo NCP and SPLM for this wise decision to form alliance!!!

      The

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      • 13 January 2010 06:48, by Kim Deng

        Folks,

        It’s a matter of 11 months before we [South Sudanese] say the last goodbye to the arabized Nubian gov’t in the North.

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        • 13 January 2010 07:42, by boduop

          Dear readers,

          The weak person in leadership is seeking alliance.Kiir knows that he is weak and paralysed and crippled by corruptions. People see the signs of corruptions on his eyes even when he goes out for compaigns.

          Mr.Kiir,you should not give up,Drs are behind you.If you are confused or if you are totally confused ,please go home in Warrap and let another person takes the lead.

          If you believe that you are the liberator or military,the Drs will be easily confused you in between.

          Botrus Oduop.

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      • 13 January 2010 06:49, by thieleling

        You are right, Gatwech. The Northern oppositions have alterior motive trying to use the moles(Arman, Mansour & Pagan) they planted in SPLM to hijacked successful referendum for south sudan. Hopefully, the SPLM politically wises up!!

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      • 13 January 2010 07:11, by Deng Akol Agut-tungdoun

        Waah, no, Gatwech.

        This is time to do things diplomatically. In other wards for those who don’t understand what I mean by "doing things diplomatically", I do means that the SPLM must tell Mr. Bashir to go to hell, in a way that he can look for a ticket to hell unknowingly, instead of the above so-called "possibility of alliance between SPLM and NCP". This is how great Lagu was cheated and this must not again repeat itself. So "kelibalkum ya Kiir mah Riek" if you mean to be our future leaders. "Kan kabasu Lagu!" Lagu was cheated.So never be fool again.

        "Bashir back as a president and Kiir as avice?" this is again unacceptable. Why give the firet chair to these pigs in Kartoum? It is our turn and if they don’t want us to take that chair, then why don’y we say to hell with their ugly ideas.

        Gatwech, do you want your Riek to remain in the third position? Thinks big, this is our time man.

        Be Bless,

        Deng Akol Agutungduon, a man far away from tribalism.

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        • 13 January 2010 08:00, by Gatwech

          Deng Akol...

          For the sake of peace and guaranteed implmentation of the CPA, the alliance between NCP and SPLM is the best option.

          Don’t forget that NCP and SPLM are the two parties that signed the CPA.

          Don’t forget that SPLM and NCP are the parties which have implemented most of the CPA.

          Don’t forget that SPLM and NCP are the parties that have endorsed the referendum laws.

          Those political prostitutes in northern opposition were against self-determination. They just wanted to divorce SPLM from NCP and dump the SPLM confused.

          Please NCP is the first northern political party to sign peace on self-determination and it has also endorsed its law.

          Yes, if Salva Kiir continues as First Vice President after Bashir, then if Al-Bashir as you said, is taken by the ICC, then Salva Kiir should take over as the president of the whole country. Where is the cheating you seem to fear. Don’t remain with that inferiority complex idea that the north could always outwit the South. We have smart thinkers!

          Dr. Riek Machar should be the flag bearer for GOSS presidency. This will always guarantee Kiir’s comfort and Dr. Machar’s candidacy can reunite the South Sudan opposition parties with the SPLM.

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          • 13 January 2010 08:47, by Deng Akol Agut-tungdoun

            Hmmmh Gatwech,

            So you that a great thinker!
            I do agree with you that the SPLM and NCP signed CPA. The big question is why is it that the people from the South like going to the North instead of the otherwise? How long are you southerners going to remain the arabs stooges? Mr.Wisegatewech think that too wisely.

            What is wrong with your Bashir being taken by the ICC when he is holding the second position in the nation?
            Will that hurt any body if the ICC decided so ?
            Where here is the inferrior comlex you, wise Gatwech is talking about?

            Politic as a matter of choice mean giving your counterpate an option that will late him opts for a ticket to hell unknowingly. So gatwech there is nothing wrong with southerners making thei own choice of making their dear son becoming the president of the whole Sudan of which your myiopic eyes are drastically failling from seing it.

            Take it BROTHER Gatwech and late’s join hands for your Riek to reach the second posintion in this nation.

            Be blessed,

            Deng Akol Agut-tungduon,a man far away from tribalism.

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      • 13 January 2010 07:52, by murlescrewed

        Traitors aka Nuers,

        Nominate your chief traitor? Do you really think that the SPLM won concessions from the north by being stupid? You dream will never be realized. Riek has to pray to ngundeng for a miracle to even remain in the government of South Sudan let alone being nominated for the party ticket. It will never happen. Only political moderates will have a chance of attracting support from both north and South. The ideal candidate for the SPLM is either Deng Alor or Malik Agar.

        These two gentlemen have been in the SPLM for >10 years, are loyal, patriotic as hell, and respected in north and South. Kiir is weak and only relies on his twich henchmen to stay in power. Riek is nothing but a useless traitor who cannot even write a good proposal. Every red army who went to Ethiopia and have now matured into future leaders will support Malik Agar or Deng Alor wholeheartedly.

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        • 13 January 2010 08:05, by Gatwech

          Murle Screwed,

          We are not talking about what the red army thinks. You need to mature first.

          We are talking about serious issues here and the need for the best choices.

          We know the people who have been working hard.

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      • 13 January 2010 09:12, by Panda-Oyee

        Catwech!

        look at your madness!

        "The SPLM should just confirm Al-Bashir as president and Salva Kiir as First Vice President. You blindly continued and appointed out in your second paragraph that ""In the South, the SPLM should nominate Dr. Riek Machar as the party’s candidate for the presidency in the South’’

        The above contradicting statement to the CPA reveals you as really political naive who has no knowledge about the CPA you always sings as a song in every comment of yours.

        Look, the CPA artice 2.3.7 stated that The President shall be elected in national elections, the timing of which shall be subject to the agreement of the two parties. The President elect shall appoint two Vice Presidents, one from the South and the other from the North. If the President-elect is from the North, the position of the First Vice President shall be filled by the person who has been elected to the post of President of the Government of Southern Sudan, as the President’s appointee to the said position. In the event that a person from the South wins the Presidential elections, the President-elect shall appoint the First Vice President from the North. All the other provisions in this Agreement relating to the presidency shall continue to apply.

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        • 13 January 2010 17:29, by Gatwech

          Panda oyee,

          Have you ever thought of the amendments to the constitution in order to accomodate Salva Kiir? Don’t get stuck to the 2005 provision, even the Electoral law is being amended my friend.

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      • 13 January 2010 18:36, by Cush46664

        Watch this dog b4 you appeal for Dr Riek Nomination for south Sudan presidency:
        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZIT...

        This is what the world called genocide or Massacre..

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      • 14 January 2010 02:56, by samuel_kur@yahoo.ca

        I don’t know why some people are excited of coalition between SPLM with NCP, instead to think about south future which in jeopardy of tribalism.

        I know most of people simplify it by saying this tribalism will end in future, but i don’t think it will end easily unless our politicians should change their ways of handling their political problems. for instance, involving poor civilians in politic who they do not understand politic.

        I see most of our politicians always run back to interfere in their local problems by their selves instead of solving their people problems by different means, while they are portending as international leaders, which could create other problems in the region, and that action in my point of view could simplify those leaders of being international leaders.

        I wish our politicians could change their ways of politic in fueling tribalism in the south generally, as i hope they could learned to use appropriate politic with full understanding, which could not create any turmoil at any region in south.

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      • 14 January 2010 03:01, by samuel_kur@yahoo.ca

        I don’t know why some people are excited of coalition between SPLM with NCP, instead to think about south future which in jeopardy of tribalism.

        I know most of people simplify it by saying this tribalism will end in future, but i don’t think it will end easily unless our politicians should change their ways of handling their political problems. for instance, involving poor civilians in politic who they do not understand politic.

        I see most of our politicians always run back to interfere in their local problems by their selves instead of solving their people problems by different means, while they are portending as international leaders, which could create other problems in the region, and that action in my point of view could simplify those leaders of being international leaders.

        I wish our politicians could change their ways of politic in fueling tribalism in the south generally, as i hope they could learned to use appropriate politic with full understanding, which could not create any turmoil at any region in south.

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    • 13 January 2010 06:45, by thieleling

      The real-politik at work!! NCP is at work.
      Let’s see what SPLM decides after all.

      “If we are to have a credible election there has to be freedom of expression, freedom of assembly and freedom for the media,” Kinnock, on a three-day visit, told reporters".

      We do not need Kenya-Zambawe situation. The election monitoring needs critical analysis before it commends.

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    • 13 January 2010 07:02, by Mr.Patriot

      Hi Gatwech,making alliance with NCP at this critical time is like writing death certificate to its self (SPLM),for SPLM committed itself to ally with other northern parties who are major oponents to NCP although its interest is to ally with the peace partner to achieve the rest of hanging issues in CPA.

      this information is null and void and it is meant to discover such intentions from strong party members, We all know that the eve of the CPA is the election..and after it there will be no 28%(power sharing) nor 50% (wealth sharing) so it will be very difficult for SPLM if there are no logical altarnatives.

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    • 13 January 2010 22:04, by Pete

      Mr. Gatwech,

      This is why I always called you a “talking head”. You’re nothing but a NCP puppet agent with southerner mask on his face.

      Stop selling us your cheap short ideas of stupid mentality. Okay! And stop preaching your short sighted conspiracy amount Southerners that Riak has been sidelined by SPLM; he was forgiven long time ago if you don’t know that. If he wasn’t forgiven, he shouldn’t be where he is right now. You dig it?

      There is no way, no how in the hell that SPLM will make an alliance with NCP. It is not about CPA because CPA is a mutual bond of both parties and if one can’t be abided by it then it is useless. How many times NCP had violated CPA? How many protocols have not been implemented in CPA due to NCP? How many times did SPLM protested over the violation of CPA by NCP? It is not about pleasant your moronic government ideology. It is all about succession of the South from the North and if you are not down with that, then I got four words for you Gatwech, Al Beshir, and all likes. YOU GO TO HAGUE! See how many of you will back without receiving the maximum life serving in a prison if not hang.

      An alliance with NCP is a political suicide sty. Any person with half-human brain cannot appreciated this move and dance around as a great move at least you must be a Gatwech.

      Remember Mr. Ego there are other major alliances or agreements that were signed with NCP in the past that never work out. Maybe you will remember most of them that you’re a part of for example your uncle’s Nasir declaration, Addis Ababa, Khartoum and many more agreements. So, what make you guarantee the alliance with NCP as the alternative way out? If you are not naïve enough!

      Lastly you need to stop teaching us about the presidency of Riak Machar. Okay! It is up to us Southerners to determine our fade and who will lead us to our destination. What you’re preaching now is making Riak looks like a power anger opportunist who is longing for power. If this is the case, then there will be more blood sheet in very nearer future and this time someone will pay for it.

      If you think he is the only politician that can lead the Southerner to promising land why can’t he just work with his colleagues without being loony puppet. Riak must wait patiently without hustling over unfinished business. He is being trusted to be vice president of the South. Hopefully what you’re preaching is not what the Mr. vice president of the South is up to because doom days are coming if so!

      In addition to, Riak has to decide himself what he want to do, weather he want to run for the Presidency of the South or not. If he does, then there are some questions that he must answers to people of South Sudan like any other candidate and not your little IQ that will convince us to elect him. Opportunity and chances come once in a while and I don’t know if Riak wanted to ruin his time one chance and opportunity that he has right now. But what I know for sure is that Riak will not accept your endorsement without repudiated otherwise he must be lunatic.

      We Southerners say thanks but no thank to NCP and Gatwech.
      Gatwech if you’re Northerner, then your stupidity ideology makes senses because that is what you always believe in north, distorting and creating insecurity in South as the only alternative way and viable solution to your success otherwise you will always remained as losers forever.

      WARNING NOT THIS TIME THOUGH!!!!!!!!!!

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    • 13 January 2010 22:36, by Jamjamez

      NO! Gatwech, this is nothing to sway about in a jovial mood! unless you are DUMB! you will collaborate with NCP. we need to take NCP out of power completely and allow other people in the north to have power come this era. while in the south we will have time to organised ourself for good country. you the truth that not everybody in the north wants NCP in power. As SPLM,we are to give achance of freedom to people wether in the north or south.
      Think twice before you celebrate!

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    • 14 January 2010 03:04, by samuel_kur@yahoo.ca

      I don’t know why some people are excited of coalition between SPLM with NCP, instead to think about south future which in jeopardy of tribalism.

      I know most of people simplify it by saying this tribalism will end in future, but i don’t think it will end easily unless our politicians should change their ways of handling their political problems. for instance, involving poor civilians in politic who they do not understand politic.

      I see most of our politicians always run back to interfere in their local problems by their selves instead of solving their people problems by different means, while they are portending as international leaders, which could create other problems in the region, and that action in my point of view could simplify those leaders of being international leaders.

      I wish our politicians could change their ways of politic in fueling tribalism in the south generally, as i hope they could learned to use appropriate politic with full understanding, which could not create any turmoil at any region in south.

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  • 13 January 2010 06:53, by Dinka Boy

    SPLM is ready to face NCP by all means.

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    • 13 January 2010 07:11, by Mr.Patriot

      Dinka boy,are you sure that SPLM is ready to face NCP? Albishir had gained support from 28 parties leaders while our presdential candidate is still unkown up to this moment,so please be informed that our party will not exist amidth boiling political situation like this under kiir’s leadership.. we need strong men like late Dr,John Garang and cde Pagan haa haa..kiir does not fit this termoil.

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      • 13 January 2010 07:14, by Deng Akol Agut-tungdoun

        That is it Dinka Boy,

        You got it right. SPLM IS 100% READY.

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  • 13 January 2010 07:19, by Time1

    Let all Sudanese in general work for unity untill the last minutes, there is no time left for stupid manuevors, every one has to contribute their best so they will one day know that they tried to make unity work but it did not work, but if those you are working against the unity by promoting negative campaigns it will only add to the already large gap between north and south, the 10 month left might not be enough but it is worth trying to make the best of it, majority of southerners are now saying they are all preparing for seperation and for a new country, NCP has to respond positively and do not continue to the habit of last year of drugging its feet and violating some of the agrrments that is what destroyed the little trust left between north and south, Lets hope northerners generally will understand that Sudan has reach a cross road and point of no return and a dramatic and extraordinary effort is required if anything sensible and positive will have to be achieved.

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    • 13 January 2010 08:24, by Duke of Moliville

      Southerners should use the remaining 11 months to put their selves together to face the essence of building a nation from the scratch rather than wasting it to make Unity attractive, whose mandate is it to make Unity attractive anyway, if i can ask?

      Southern leaders better learn to govern responsibly; do not be confused by the NCP in the last minutes..All of us have not forgotten the direction of our liberation struggle but with the dynamism in the political sphere, the strategies laid in 1980s can not effectively counteract the tactics in 2010.
      Democratic peace is secured not simply (if at all) through explicitly democratic institutions as such, but through a number of social and political norms and institutions commonly associated with democracies.
      When was democracy last practiced in Sudan? i bet the North have forgotten cuz they have got used to their practice of Sharia Law and the ambition of Arabizing the Sudan can not be rubbed by a simple elections alliance.
      SPLM, watch out! be smart in alliances, do not put hands on papers anyhow for it is the path of contradictions in the 21st Century.

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  • 13 January 2010 08:31, by Thondet Manyang

    Dear readers,
    I hope what Arabs are planning for is so clear that they don`t want this election to suceed if so, they wouldn`t have nominate the Bashir who killed a number of innocents people from Sudan in general as a candidate to rule.
    My question is, Does Bashir care for who? Since he finished educated people, women and children some are still dying upto date. Therefore, is he ready now to lead who? The disables, widows and the orphans of their own destructive weapons? NO.
    GOD HELP US!!!!.

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    • 13 January 2010 09:31, by james nyoma

      This is total stupidity. This will never happen as I know it will destroy the aspiration of South Sudanese for indepedence. If SPLM agrees an alliance with the NCP, it is like SPLM is selling Southerners out. What we need is to secure the South Sudan’s presidency and the post of VP automatically will come to the South. We have just some months to wait for our indepedence. Riek can wait and I am sure the political struggle for power within the SPLM won’t help Southerners. We have history to learn from. If we were cheated once, let it not be twice. What I mean is that it is a poisonous alliance.

      May God give wisdom and courage to our leaders in every decision they take.

      God bless South Sudan.

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  • 13 January 2010 08:42, by Shadrack Nuer Machut

    It sounds good to hear that NCP has possibility of alliance with SPLM according to the statement of NCP,s officials. This a total indication of a hidden dictation to ring and forge the elections. We from SPLM as well as South Sudan at large need no words of lips. It is better to everything in practice than ever talking it. The days are counting down from expectation to no expectation on the side of ruling party. Dear opposition
    leaders make our nation a democratic country by making wise decisions pertaining to upcoming elections. We are tired of war but the poor politics seems deteriorating and chaotic. Will there be difference from Kenya,s and Zimbawe,s post elections violence?
    Thanks.

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  • 13 January 2010 09:15, by Panda-Oyee

    Catwech!

    look at your madness!

    "The SPLM should just confirm Al-Bashir as president and Salva Kiir as First Vice President. You blindly continued and appointed out in your second paragraph that ""In the South, the SPLM should nominate Dr. Riek Machar as the party’s candidate for the presidency in the South’’

    The above contradicting statement to the CPA reveals you as really political naive who has no knowledge about the CPA you always sings as a song in every comment of yours.

    Look, the CPA artice 2.3.7 stated that The President shall be elected in national elections, the timing of which shall be subject to the agreement of the two parties. The President elect shall appoint two Vice Presidents, one from the South and the other from the North. If the President-elect is from the North, the position of the First Vice President shall be filled by the person who has been elected to the post of President of the Government of Southern Sudan, as the President’s appointee to the said position. In the event that a person from the South wins the Presidential elections, the President-elect shall appoint the First Vice President from the North. All the other provisions in this Agreement relating to the presidency shall continue to apply.

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    • 13 January 2010 09:51, by james nyoma

      Thank you panda-Oyee

      Let those who understand know that we as Southerners do not need the Sudan’s presidency at this juncture. All we need is GoSS presidency and then wait for the D-DAY when Southerners say their last word.

      God bless you all.

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      • 13 January 2010 17:34, by Gatwech

        Panda oyee,

        Have you ever thought of the amendments to the constitution in order to accomodate Salva Kiir? Don’t get stuck to the 2005 provision, even the Electoral law is being amended my friend.

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    • 13 January 2010 09:53, by mike

      Gatwech, I am sick of your stupid ideas you kep bring up on this web site. The rules and regulation of SPLA say that a candidate must be a member of SPLA for ten years so I think that should be a red flag for you and your Stupid uncle Rick that there is no way that he can be a president of the South. I wish Dr. Grang still a live today.Remember, back when Grang was in charge? where did he put your Uncle rick? I think you know, that is where he belong.

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      • 13 January 2010 17:37, by Gatwech

        Mike,

        You think I am stupid when you don’t even know the difference between SPLA and SPLM. Read your comment again to see who is stupid.

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    • 13 January 2010 10:23, by Deng Akol Agut-tungdoun

      Panda Oyeeeeeeee!

      Thank you brother for opening that page and type to this confused gatwech the above CPA article. Gatech is too naive in politcs and can not understand his own arguement, I do not know which part of nuer he came form and if at all he is a nuer boy, we better advice him to go next to Gat Deng Gai Taban. That is for his own good and I have no thing to do if he failed to do so. Leaves him alone. The World will teach him, for his own mother did zero work.

      Be blessed,

      Deng Akol Agut-tungduon a man far away from tribalism.

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      • 13 January 2010 17:40, by Gatwech

        Deng Akol...

        Are you aware of the changes in the constitution and the elections law? Ahahahahaaaa.....

        Poor souls, you just got stuck to what was written in 2005. Amendments are to be effected soon to accomodate Salva Kiir as First Vice President. The GOSS President will be a different person. Ahahahahaaaa..... Poor souls...

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    • 13 January 2010 19:33, by braveheart

      Pande0ooo, you hit the nail on the head. I say kudos to your Well constructive comment.

      Gatwec, if you think the CPA can be amended at anytime, what makes you think NCP will not re-amend the referendum laws once they are re-elected in power in April 2010 for another 5 yr term? Think twice before you utter your junk comments here.

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  • 13 January 2010 12:09, by pan africa

    I things the SPLM will gonna rejecting this coming election, becaues no one will gonna accept to competing the CRIMAL BASHER. and the only things the SPLM will gonna do is just to declaring their independent with delayment prod

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  • 13 January 2010 13:23, by M.Cool.J

    Dear readers,

    I tell you what is happening is something long planned either by the president of GOSS and Bashir or by the top SPLM officials and Bashir.

    They say there is no smoke without fire.Why did Nafie mention something about possibility of alliance with SPLM in the upcomong elecions?

    We southerners need to be keen in dealing with such betraying deals made by our evil leaders.

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  • 13 January 2010 20:25, by Fuck Jonkoz

    THE TRUTH WILL COME OUT ANYWAY ’HSEE’TUM AM ABEETUM’ YA KILAAB’ OF SOUTHERN SUDAN the more you remove them, the more I will annoy you.

    If this website is a ’Jonkoz’ thing, then you should have told us long ago. You keep on removing my comments. You really resemble uncivilized thugs from aniikdinkabor@yahoo.com

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    • 14 January 2010 09:19, by mike

      Gatwech,

      Thanks for correction, but that don’t show that I am stupid given that fact that you kep bring up the same topic everyday that make a lot of people including myself sick of your comment.

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Differences between Sudan government, SRF and FFC are the main issues of concern 2019-11-09 11:17:17 By Mahmoud A. Suleiman As the proverb goes, the difference of opinion does not spoil amity and does not spoil the friendliness issue. On the other hand, mere differences of point of view and (...)


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S. Korea supports UN communities building resilience project in Sudan’s Blue Nile 2019-09-09 09:26:41 UNDP Sudan September 5, 2019 (KHARTOUM) - An agreement was signed on 5th of September between the Korean Ambassador, His Excellency. Lee Ki-Seong and Dr. Selva Ramachandran, Resident (...)

Sudanese lawyers and Human rights defenders back calls for civil rule 2019-04-26 10:22:06 Press statement by 55 Sudanese lawyers and Human rights defenders on Sudan Sit-in and Peaceful Protest Khartoum -24/04/2019 We, the undersigned (55) Sudanese lawyers and human rights defenders, (...)

South Sudan’s Lafon youth condemn killings of civilians by Pari community 2019-04-03 21:54:29 Press Statement on the Fighting between Pari/ Pacidi and Lotuko/Lokiri on 24/3/2019 Release by The Lafon County Youth Union: We, the Lafon County Youth Union hereby condemn the atrocities and (...)


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