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September 28, 2010 (KHARTOUM) – The ruling National Congress Party (NCP) on Monday warned that it will not recognize the outcome of the South Sudan referendum, scheduled to take place early next year, unless certain conditions are met.

The Sudanese Youth and Sports minister Haj Magid Siwar, who is also the mobilization secretary at the NCP, speaking at a press conference in Khartoum slammed the Sudan People Liberation Movement (SPLM) saying that it was never serious about the option of unity.

The 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) signed between the SPLM & NCP stipulates that both sides would work to make unity attractive.

However, ever since the accord was sealed both sides traded accusations over the failure to promote unity among Southerners.

Southern Sudan, which is predominantly animist and Christian, is scheduled to vote on independence Jan. 9, but preparations for the vote are badly behind schedule.

The referendum commission is set to start voter registration in mid-October, a process likely to be contentious as officials decide who is eligible to vote.

Another referendum will take place simultaneously in the contested oil-rich region of Abyei, where residents will have to decide whether they want to be part of north or south Sudan.

The composition of Abyei’s referendum commission has not yet been revealed.

Furthermore, many post-referendum arrangements have yet to be ironed out particularly border demarcation, oil sharing, citizenship, national debts and water.

The NCP insists that unless border demarcation is complete, no referendum will take place.

The international community is worried that both sides may resort to war should there be a delay in referendum which some observers described as a strong possibility given the tight timeframe.

At today’s press conference, Siwar pointed fingers at the SPLM saying they have not fully implemented the security clauses in the CPA.

"The SPLA did not implement but 26% of the security arrangements as opposed to the [Northern] army that implemented it at a 100%," Siwar said, adding that this is a threat to the referendum and a breach of the agreement.

Southern army spokesman Kuol Deim Kuol dismissed the accusations as "baseless".

"Why do they turn up with this statement at this time? ... This is someone who is looking for a pretext of starting the fight. This makes us conclude that the NCP and their SAF (the northern army) have preparations to reoccupy the south," he told Reuters.

"According to our intelligence estimates, there are seven (northern) divisions dotted along the border," he added. "We have been expecting that by October they will do something." Each division, he said, amounted to around 10,000 men.

A northern army spokesman denied his forces had any aggressive intentions against the south. "This is absolutely wrong and there is no evidence," he said.

The hard-line NCP official stressed that for the NCP to recognize the referendum certain conditions must be met including the redeployment of SPLA to the 1956 borders and excluding the Southern army from the plebiscite operations to avoid appearance of interference in its conduct.

"In the presence of the SPLA, Southerners will vote under threat of arms," Siwar said.

According to Siwar, the Government of South Sudan (GoSS) must allow campaigning for unity in the semi-autonomous region.

GoSS president Salva Kiir has promised recently that authorities in South will not stop any party from expressing its support for unity.

"There is no freedom of [speech] in the south or for any movement to speak out for unity. Many people have been arrested and some of them were even killed," Siwar said.

Yesterday, the Sudanese foreign minister Ali Karti accused the SPLM of harassing and intimidating any Southerner who opposes secession.

Siwar warned the international community to maintain impartiality with regard to the referendum outcome and also called on it to fulfill its financial pledges made during Oslo donors conference.

"The international community must [continue to] meet its obligations despite the delay to address some of the negative aspects , and we also ask them for neutrality and commitment to what was signed in the peace agreement," he said.

He described recent U.S. remarks as supportive of South Sudan secession saying this amounts to interference in internal affairs of the country.

Asked what the NCP would do if the southerners did not allow open campaigning and move their troops, he said: "We will talk to ... the USA and the U.N. and the AU (African Union) and say that the other side, they didn’t fulfil the CPA, so we may not recognise the results."

Sudan’s 2nd VP Ali Osman Taha and the president of the semi-autonomous south, Salva Kiir, vowed last week to work for peace as U.S. President Barack Obama and other world leaders pressured them to hold a planned referendum on southern independence, scheduled for Jan. 9, peacefully and on time.

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  • 28 September 2010 08:05, by Grader

    Can NCP ministers of Sports and Foreign affairs give the Sudanese and International Community evidence to back up their claims?

    If not they are just another bunch of hoaxes

    It is their rhetoric which made unity option the most unattrative

    They blame SPLM for a problem of their making

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    • 28 September 2010 09:13, by Moses Kur Akech

      It’s all hysteria because they have sensed that South which has long been the North economic backbone is inevitably leaving. The amazing issue is, these short-sighted figures fail to address their chronic inability to create conducive political platform where Christians, pagans and traditional ritual believers could fit in but not a system established on Islamic ideologies, this is the clear genesis of the South’s dissatisfaction with the Islamic system.

      If they genuinely need to campaign for true unity, they should commence by addressing the core genesis of the Sudan chronic problems, but however to make illusive and hysterical noises can never rescue their wanted vacant unity for resources

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      • 28 September 2010 11:30, by Aarai Baka

        Come down people, what will minister of sport do when war broke up again? nothing, he just going to refuge in egypt to do some little street coaching. I wouldnt mind him since he doesnt know nothing about war but words of mouth.

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    • 28 September 2010 12:22, by Paul Ongee

      This Sudanese Youth and Sports minister Haj Magid Siwar is simply frustrated over the effort of keeping Sudan united on old basis. I am not surprised by the baseless accusations because it’s just a normal thing for any frustrated member or minister from NCP camp. I expect all supporters of NCP from top to bottom or vice versa to yell at the top of their voices that South has already gone because of their failure to appreciate cultural diversity. If Khartoum plans to recognize the referendum results through the barrel of a gun, let it go ahead but South Sudan is already in a position to achieve its independence and defend itself.

      The issue of the upcoming referendum on self-determination is for Southerners to be free and independent from Islamic dominated-North. Unity on old basis will never be imposed on Southerners as Islamic Sharia law was done in 1983 mainly to "divide and rule" and exploit the resources of Southern Sudan. Unity in diversity can be accommodated better through secularism than the Arab League-backed Islamic Sharia law that humiliates other people with different cultures and religious beliefs. If you cannot do a research to keep Sudan united on new basis, then stay in the North with the Islamic supreme law that Southerners do not need it.

      Remember that South will still go. The only option left for NCP is to start creating awareness on the State-controlled media that South has already gone. The only responsibility left for NCP is to prepare Northerners or its supporters in particular how to learn being a good neighbor with Southerners comes January 9, 2011.

      You cannot campaign for unity or separation WITHOUT REFERRING to the political history of the country that brought us here today. Why this country has repeatedly been at war by itself? Why Darfur is still burning? Why Sudan is irreversibly disintegrating. Why Islamic law (Sharia law) was introduced to marginalize people of different beliefs? Why NCP and its likes afraid of the truth or unity on new basis that is stipulated in the CPA?. Khartoum is addicted to dishonoring political agreements. It ALWAYS agrees to disagree, signs peace deal NOT TO IMPLEMENT it in good faith but to frustrate the effort of implementation and later abrogate it. So, what goes around comes around too. Non-Muslims are human beings created by God, deserve to be free and have every inalienable rights even to govern Sudan. It seems that Prophet Mohamed forgot to teach his followers about accommodating citizens of the same country with diverse cultures, tolerance and good governance.

      If tolerance or accommodation of different beliefs is in deed written in Qoran, then why Khartoum has been and is still repeatedly fueling separation and adamantly threatening Southerners to vote for something already tried and never worked since 1956? It is the same Khartoum with its successive Islamic regimes that kept Southern Sudan politically, economically, culturally and socially separated from Sudan. As Anglo-Egyptian administration only demarcated the borderlines, it was the responsibility of Khartoum to make the effort of bridging the religious and cultural differences so that Sudan remain united on equal basis.

      Every citizen has inalienable right to be free by whatever means. It doesn’t make sense to threaten us southerners in particular. NCP needs to realize that the Anglo-Egyptian administration didn’t threaten any citizens when Khartoum demanded for freedom and independence through peaceful means or UDI. Yes, if we’re to engage in the culture of intimidation, I personally warn Khartoum not play with inalienable rights and freedom of Southern Sudanese wherever they are. Believe me or not. Long live SPLM/A. Struggle continues.

      Paul Ongee
      Khartoum, Sudan

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      • 28 September 2010 12:47, by Mr Point

        How safe will the Southerners in Khartoum be in the next 6 months?

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  • 28 September 2010 09:13, by Sudan virus

    All you are saying Siwar is what is happening now in Khartoum.And you twisted it 180 degrees.(the opposite).The intimidation of the northerns airing pro separation of south in khartoum is worst than you mention.

    The south is planning(arrow boys) ways of defending the Western Equatoria from/Tressing the route of the ICC wanted criminal the Uganda’s Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) who appeared at the boarder with Darfur.

    They have not implemented the plan yet.

    The lies of the NCP are well known world wide(by the international community) these days.Who are you lying to?

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    • 28 September 2010 12:49, by Mr Point

      The Minister of Sport prepares the ground.

      The next game between the NCP and the SPLM will be an International Match!

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    • 28 September 2010 17:25, by Wal P Muoranyar Biet

      Your recognition is unimperative!
      Boil it up and drink!
      Southhern Sudan will always stand up to her aspirations

      Wal Peter Muoranyar

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  • 28 September 2010 09:19, by Biliu

    I found it ridiculous and contradictive, while official in the NCP are working tirelessly to toggle down the CPA implementation, others pleading the international community to fulfill their obligations which was made in accordance to a full implementation of the CPA. What can I say….That’s the nature of Hypocrite minds, if you had the intention of refusing the referendum outcomes from the very beginning, then why you signed for it in the CPA..???!!!

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  • 28 September 2010 09:24, by telfajbago

    The only way Haj Magid Siwar, the Amir of Mojahideen can do to deny Southerners their right of self-determination is to resort to his old habit of holly war "Jihad" and Southerners today a long with the other people of the margins are well prepared to teach Haj Magid a lesson that he will continuing narrating it to his younger ones, where the wave of the coming fight may take him. I believe, that the International community is committing a grave mistake, by not raising an eye brow a bout what the regime is currently doing in Darfur, while the Islamist of Khartoum are preparing themselves to fuck up every thing that meant to give South Sudan it’s independence, including the referendum of the two areas. These threats of the regime were first announced by Misseiriyya Arabs of Abyei area “regime’s proxy militias” and today are coming from the Amir of Mojahideen and an inner circle member of the NCP. Sudan his heading towards full-blown confrontations, because of the desperate insistence of the Islamic Jihadists of Khartoum to maintain power will continuing the cleansing of the Africa people.

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    • 28 September 2010 10:54, by Lokorai

      Dear General Kuol,

      we are proud of what your men did and are going to do to stop anyone including this chauvinist from spreading lies about our men in uniform.

      You are a hero Kuol, I knew you when Siwar and his men suffered humiliating defeat before your men at Boma base in the late 1990s.

      The SPLA must be there to ensure no one temper with the referendum!!!

      Lokorai

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      • 28 September 2010 11:02, by Ambago

        Mr. Minister of Youth & Sports

        When you cannot even nullify the results of El Merrikh Vs El Hilal football match in your capacity as the minister of Sports, how on earth are you going to walk over the result of the referendum?

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  • 28 September 2010 11:16, by DASODIKO

    I personally expect more from NCP, not only media threads by would very soon delcare Jihad very soon before the referandum. So SPLM/A should be vigilant not to sleep on promises given in UN summits. If you are not ready; before the meetings of the Internatioanl Commmunity to decide what to do with the situations in South Sudan, many people will loose their lives, as it happened in Rwanda and Darfur.

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    • 28 September 2010 12:17, by Paul Ongee

      This Sudanese Youth and Sports minister Haj Magid Siwar is simply frustrated over the effort of keeping Sudan united on old basis. I am not surprised by the baseless accusations because it’s just a normal thing for any frustrated member or minister from NCP camp. I expect all supporters of NCP from top to bottom or vice versa to yell at the top of their voices that South has already gone because of their failure to appreciate cultural diversity. If Khartoum plans to recognize the referendum results through the barrel of a gun, let it go ahead but South Sudan is already in a position to achieve its independence and defend itself.

      The issue of the upcoming referendum on self-determination is for Southerners to be free and independent from Islamic dominated-North. Unity on old basis will never be imposed on Southerners as Islamic Sharia law was done in 1983 mainly to "divide and rule" and exploit the resources of Southern Sudan. Unity in diversity can be accommodated better through secularism than the Arab League-backed Islamic Sharia law that humiliates other people with different cultures and religious beliefs. If you cannot do a research to keep Sudan united on new basis, then stay in the North with the Islamic supreme law that Southerners do not need it.

      Remember that South will still go. The only option left for NCP is to start creating awareness on the State-controlled media that South has already gone. The only responsibility left for NCP is to prepare Northerners or its supporters in particular how to learn being a good neighbor with Southerners comes January 9, 2011.

      You cannot campaign for unity or separation WITHOUT REFERRING to the political history of the country that brought us here today. Why this country has repeatedly been at war by itself? Why Darfur is still burning? Why Sudan is irreversibly disintegrating. Why Islamic law (Sharia law) was introduced to marginalize people of different beliefs? Why NCP and its likes afraid of the truth or unity on new basis that is stipulated in the CPA?. Khartoum is addicted to dishonoring political agreements. It ALWAYS agrees to disagree, signs peace deal NOT TO IMPLEMENT it in good faith but to frustrate the effort of implementation and later abrogate it. So, what goes around comes around too. Non-Muslims are human beings created by God, deserve to be free and have every inalienable rights even to govern Sudan. It seems that Prophet Mohamed forgot to teach his followers about accommodating citizens of the same country with diverse cultures, tolerance and good governance.

      If tolerance or accommodation of different beliefs is in deed written in Qoran, then why Khartoum has been and is still repeatedly fueling separation and adamantly threatening Southerners to vote for something already tried and never worked since 1956? It is the same Khartoum with its successive Islamic regimes that kept Southern Sudan politically, economically, culturally and socially separated from Sudan. As Anglo-Egyptian administration only demarcated the borderlines, it was the responsibility of Khartoum to make the effort of bridging the religious and cultural differences so that Sudan remain united on equal basis.

      Every citizen has inalienable right to be free by whatever means. It doesn’t make sense to threaten us southerners in particular. NCP needs to realize that the Anglo-Egyptian administration didn’t threaten any citizens when Khartoum demanded for freedom and independence through peaceful means or UDI. Yes, if we’re to engage in the culture of intimidation, I personally warn Khartoum not play with inalienable rights and freedom of Southern Sudanese wherever they are. Believe me or not. Long live SPLM/A. Struggle continues.

      Paul Ongee
      Khartoum, Sudan

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      • 28 September 2010 12:33, by Gatwech

        NCP leaders are liars!

        They are the ones who have deployed 70,000 troops at the border ready for a fight they want to start and are looking for a pretext to start it.

        NCP’s failure to make unity attractive and knowing that the overwhelming majority in the South want to vote for separation have made it to panic and prefer war.

        But will that war be a wise choice for NCP? I advise the NCP think-tanks to look around and think it over and over before commting a suicide.

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  • 28 September 2010 13:23, by Padiet Deng Alony

    There is time for ever thing since ncp is defeated politically they panic. South Sudan is Independent, who are you to recognize them we do not need your recognition. You north sudan never recognize Southern Sudanese since 56 and we will let our selves be recognize lonely that is through UDI resort or what ever good with you. we do not need your recognition go to hell with it devil mined minority, go, go with your sharia law to arabian penansula.

    Remember Mazlum Battalion

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    • 29 September 2010 00:08, by padiit gaga

      Those who support unity, where have you been before, or now? this as stonished many southerness. We had been in unity for long time, but no things good in unity that is why we went to xile.

      This evil empire must stay alone with their evil acts. those who support these villain acts must stay away from south freedom. They migrated Arabs have been disappointed for southsudan refrendom, because they will remain in poor land which does not produce resouces. Oh God let these devil go away with it is sharia laws.

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  • 28 September 2010 14:21, by Butrus Ajak.

    It’s a done deal. Southerners are matching out of the bondage of Islamic Regime.

    NCP can say all it wants but guess what? Such calling, not considering plebiscites by the Southerners on Referendum or whatever isn’t altering any intended mission. It’s all over!!!

    Butrus

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    • 28 September 2010 15:35, by julius mowanga

      All of you guys has missed the most important point that this Jihadist was referring to,it’s the devastating burden of the International Debts that Khartoum will shoulder after the secession of the South,Secondly;the boarders demarcation will spark a nasty war in Abyei and the surrounding areas,Thirdly;the issue of security and safety to their affiliated Southern Sudan political parties who are working in proxy to NCP.

      The last point is very crucial to avert any return to war that will cause a great damage to the Oil-Infrastructure in the producing Oil-Fields in SouthSudan which NCP has invested heavily in it,it will be a great loss of revenue if the war restarted again.The NCP still bargaining in maintaining their share of the South Sudan Oil,producing, transporting and refinering process,even after the break out of the region .

      The other issue is the international recognition of the North-Sudan as it was before the inevitable secession of the South,they are obliged to honour tons of international treaties and agreements,and now they are not in the full capacity to honour them.
      Also in order to lift the USA economic sanction which deprived the cooperation of the NATO members technically for their potenial economic development,as well as the conditions to remove Sudan from the list of the countries harbouring terrorism.

      So,this statement is not meant to cause any stir in the SouthSudanese ambitions of their new state,but it directed as threat to the international community who will acknowledge the outcome of the referendum in favour of the South Sudan, mainly the USA, Norway, Italy, UK, AU, EU and the neighboring countries as Uganda which has a huge interest in the South Sudan Oil and resources and pushing for its independence.

      The most positive part of this Jihadist statement is the recognition of the CPA stipulation for a fair and free referendum,which definitely lead to the Independence of the South Sudan,peacefully.That is what all the world is working for diplomatically.

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      • 28 September 2010 17:31, by John M. Atem

        Folks,
        Once again the National Congress Party has clearly demonstrated itself as a political organization with out a firmly established vision for the country.

        Its vision is aimed at turning our magnificently great country Sudan into a Somalia-like Balkan killing fields.
        Infact, the National Congress Party blaming of SPLM for their own political problems amount to nothing ,but a political psycho-talk.
        The National Congress Party needs to understand that this is not the SPLA /M of the years past. We, the people of Southern Sudan have given the National Congress Party ample amount of time to make the unity attractive, but they have miserably failed to make it attractive.
        So,the N.C.P has nobody else to blame, but themselves should the people of Southern Sudan voted the separate way. Finally,Folks, you have nothing to be scared off. We now have well-trained, well-equipped, properly disciplined and ready-to-combat army under our most trusted, tough-minded and brilliant Chief of staff Lt general Honorable James Hoi Mai who is personally ready to risk his own life in the name of defending of our land and its people.

        Folks, recently a bunch of degenerated thugs have been running around like chicken with its head cut off preaching their fatalistic, outdated and wishful-thinking ideologies of Somalization of Southern Sudan should we choose to become an independent political state. Folks, these fatalistic and wishful-thinking ideologies of Somalization of Southern Sudan are nothing more than a political smokescreen specifically-designed to scare broad day out of you, the people of Southern Sudan. We, the people of Southern Sudan are more than ever before fully prepared to combat all these challenges and eventualites and are ready to fully eradicate them.
        Indeed, Victor Hugo once Said," there is nothing more powerful in all this world than an idea whose time has come". Therefore, in this regard, the time has come for us to extricate ourselves from rusty steel chains of cruelly dehumanizing slavery, enforced political oppression and mismanagement for which we have been helplessly held hostages for so many years.
        Finally and last,but not certainly the least, I ardently urge the people of Southern Sudan to put aside their long-standing political differences and join hands together to build a strong, war-free, God-fearing, more prosperous, and more moralistic corruption-free commonwealth Christian nation-state of Southern Sudan based our foundational Judaeo-Christian values and principles. Folks, we must not let this degenerated scum of humanity Jallaba-Arabs wickedly fooled us once again. The time for us to be freed is now and not latter.
        Bashir and his bunch of thugs must understand that you can not instill sense of political discipline in the people by killing them
        In conclusion, let not use education as a too of exploiting our people, but rather as a mean of improving their wretched way of life.
        May almighty God creator of heaven and Earth bless the long-suffering, abused and long-forgotten people of Southern Sudan and guided them into a promised land of freedom, liberty, equality and social justice for all.
        SPLA Oyee New Sudan Oyee. Victory to our people of Southern Sudan in the upcoming Referredum.

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        • 28 September 2010 23:50, by John M. Atem

          Dear Readers,
          The National Congress Party has totally ran out of twenty-first century fresh thinking ideas. Indeed,when you are out of ideas, you can say anything.
          Precisely, that is what the National Congress Party is now doing. We, the people of Southern Sudan have given the National Congress Party ample amount of time to make the peace attractive,but they have miserably failed to make it attractive.
          So, the National Congress Party has nobody else to blame, but themselves if the people of Southern Sudan voted the separate way.
          Folks, Since Sudan got her independent from the incompetent, racist, and immorally corrupt Anglo-Egyptian colonial administration on January,1,1956 Sudan has been mired in a never-ending bloody resources-draining political civil wars, violence and economic deprivation.
          Indeed, the bloody resources-draining political civil wars that have been fought through out the history of modern-day Sudan were fought on basic and rudimentary principles to achieve total freedom, liberty, equality, and social justice for all wonderfully God’s created people of majestically new Sudan.
          Folks, recently bunch of degenerated elements of National Congress Party have been running around like chicken with its head cut off preaching their shadow-chasing ideology of Somalization of Southern Sudan should we choose to become an independent political state.
          Folks, this shadow-chasing ideology of Somalization of Southern Sudan is never going to happen. We, the people of Southern Sudan are fully prepared to combat any challenges and eventualities should they occur and are fully ready to eradicate them.
          So, you have no reasons to be scared.
          Secondly, we have a strong, well-trained, properly disciplined and ready-to-combat army under our most trusted, tough-minded and brilliant chief of staff Lt general James Hoi Mai. In fact, all we need to do is to support him and all his colleagues who are in the army to deliver us out from devilish years of nighmarish dehumanizing slavery, enforced political oppression, and mismanagement for which we have been helplessly held hostages for so many years.
          Folks, The National Congress Party has proven and proven itself once as a dyfunctional and racist political organization with out firm vision for the country.
          Indeed, the policies pursued by degenerated National Congress Party for two and half decades have failed and failed every time they have been tried and they have proven to be fatalistically unpopular.
          Therefore, my question is: why should clear-headed thinking people supported the fatalistically failed policies of National Congress Party?
          Folks, the failed and fatalistically unpopular National COngress Party’s policies are aimed at turning our beloved country into a Somalia-like Balkan killing fields.
          Finally, Folks, the National Congress Party offers you nothing,but a bankrupt vision of abject misery and death.
          May almighty God creator of heaven and Earth bless the long-suffering people of Southern Sudan and guided them into a promised land of freedom, liberty, equality, social Justice.
          John Atem has Certificates in Agriculture, Peace Education and Diploma in Criminal Justice.

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  • 28 September 2010 16:25, by Chol Mading

    To all Southerners,

    Don’t let these wild animals deter your focus and impede our progress toward independent State. We have waited for this for so long, many lives have been lost, many lost their home and dignity. SAF (NCP) better prepare, this is not 1980’s or when brother were against brother. People from South have better understanding of Jalaba now than before and many of our people are now onboard supporting one goal—Independent South. We have occupied south for last five years and for you to come to our house and occupied it again is something impossible. It’s not going to be like gorilla war but state vs state.
    For NCP to come out swinging their jabs at SPLM for violation is absurd. NCP were the one who violated CPA since the beginning. Boarder demarcation supposed to been done in the first six months of CPA, six months turn out to be six years. Now, tell me who violated the CPA?
    The International Community will support the outcome of the referendum may be with exception of AU which never done anything to people of Sudan except to cover-up criminal Bashir who will end-up in the hand of ICC anyway.

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  • 28 September 2010 17:38, by Haak

    do Muslims on earth fear dead? dear readers south sudan will never be scare/intimidated by any body on this earth, if the world is on our side who else could be against us, the only assurance that i would request from us is only to do the sensitization and informed our people deep in the village to get register for referendum. i know Riek Machar is there and Anti Eto will do the responds to barbaric ideology post by the gargantuan minister in Khartoum.
    thanks
    Haakamadology

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    • 28 September 2010 18:55, by future president(troublemaker)

      recent development of cries in sudan.

      sudan is trying to weaken darfuri groups(jem...) with help of chad new ally of sudan in order to deploy its forces in south sudan border.
      according to some news agency halp of the chad’s rebelles have been disarmed and halp of them refuse so they are trying ally to the government of chad and some of them are trying to move out from sudan towards north of chad to make fusion with Aqami. in result of this result chad is also trying to disarm darfuri rebelles by force in dafur.
      and also Deby became new ally of sudan and he has very great forces and influence in car(central africa republic) so ncp take this advantage to its forces and car border with south sudan. deby and bashir are working hand by hand to end darfur conflict and turn towards south Sudan and for sure deby will help him by any means.
      so the advise is that: splm should give arm to darfuri reblles like jem in order to keep ncp beasy otherwise we will be loser. if the darfur conflict is active ncp will not generate another conflict from the south.

      i m from the south sudan and actually i m working with organization in darfur.
      we are operating in chad-sudan-car border.
      if u are here the preparation of war against south sudan is very obvious.

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  • 28 September 2010 22:55, by Kur

    Oh, is this the unity that the NCP is calling for? I do not think the NCP people really understand their own political position. They should know that things are not as they used to be in the past. South Sudanese have taken a stand and there is no level of intimidation that will stop them from doing what they want to do now. Sir, I am sorry but take it quitely. We will meet in heaven not in the so-called Sudan.

    Kur

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    • 29 September 2010 12:48, by Thonweng

      i may use this word mister kur is NCP stupid why to called the unity without make it attractive since CPA was signed in Naivasha Kenya . if somebody denies then he/she may contact mister Peter Majur Anuer.

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South Sudan: Independence Day marred by ongoing war crimes and looming famine 2014-07-09 01:39:56 AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL PRESS RELEASE 8 July 2014 South Sudan: Independence Day marred by ongoing war crimes and looming famine · Both sides to the conflict committing war crimes and crimes (...)

UN urged to probe alleged cover-ups and manipulations by its mission in Darfur 2014-06-26 05:40:52 Strengthen Peacekeeping Mission’s Rights Reporting, Civilian Protection (New York, June 25, 2014) – The United Nations secretary-general should investigate alleged cover-ups and manipulation of (...)


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