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Only 16% of South Sudan’s budget reaches state governments - report

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May 24, 2012 (JUBA) - South Sudan provides its ten states with only 16% of the national budget, with 84% being spent by the federal government in Juba, a report by the newly-established Sudd Research Institute revealed on Thursday.

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A picture shows notes of the new South Sudan pound, which pictures the late South Sudanese independence leader John Garang, in Juba on July 18, 2011. (Getty)

The author of the report, Augustino Ting Mayai, said there was a need to "increase state funding by reducing spending of the central government to address arrays of challenges, including return migration." He also recommended that state budgets should be weighted by population needs.

Government coffers were, until January, when South Sudan stopped exporting oil through Sudan as part of a transit fee dispute, almost completely dependent on oil revenues.

Having lost 98% of its income, South Sudan is undergoing an intense austerity programme, with leaked documents from the World Bank, published by Sudan Tribune warning that South Sudan faces a severe economic crises.

Juba is currently looking for finance guaranteed against future oil revenues, either, when exportation resumes through Sudan, or if a new pipeline is built to the East African coast.

Hard currency is in short supply in South Sudan with undercover security agents deployed across Juba to try and prevent black market trade in dollars. Currently a dollar buys 4.5 South Sudanese Pounds (SSP) in the black market and 3.7 SSP in the forex bureau and 3.1 SSP at South Sudan’s Central Bank

The report authored by Augustino Ting Mayai, the institute’s director of research, found that: "State budgets are distributed equally without regard to differential population needs, only 16 percent of the total national budget goes to the 10 states; the rest is spent by the central government."

On average South Sudan’s states spend SSP 97mn per year.

"The Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning spends 348 million South Sudan Pound annually. The Office of the President spends 159 million South Sudan Pounds, while the Ministry of Health which is a service institution, spends only 68 million South Sudan Pounds," the report says.

Although the study did not assume that South Sudan does not engage in rigorous policy analyses to inform its tasks, Mayai said that the institute "believe that a much more engaging, pragmatic approach is absent."

Government spending was "missing" an "analytic component", he said, adding that a more empirical approach was fundamentally needed, giving the example of the fact that despite the high-level of need at a state level they only received a small fraction of available funds.

The central government has been spending more than state governments since 2006, Mayai said. South Sudan gained self-rule in 2005 as part of peace deal that resulted in separation from Sudan in July last year.

The world’s youngest nation is facing many development challenges including, southern returnees from Sudan, as well as refugees from conflicts in Sudan’s southern border areas.

Overcrowding in urban areas and competition over limited resources are problems that need to be addressed, the report found.

Mayai recommended that international migration could be a source of income for the government but recognised that the presence of so many foreign workers was also a source of tension with South Sudanese citizens.

South Sudanese workers at the United Nations and other employers are often paid far less than their East African and international colleagues. Many East African immigrants have complained of the regular visa fees imposed by Juba, with some deciding not to pay recent increases, making their stay illegal.

The number of foreign immigrants into South Sudan has doubled over the last three years, according to the report, which found that high numbers of South Sudanese returning to the country has accounted for 2.2 percent of the South Sudan’s population total growth rate of 3 percent. However, poor pension schemes mean that people tend not retire, resulting in a very old work force.

The research director recommended that monitoring international migration was an important tool to inform public policy development.

"There is a need to promote research because all of all of these have policy implications," he said.

He further suggested that the promotion of education and employment opportunities for women as a way to improve their economic opportunities, emphasising that differentials in pay affect women’s pension benefits.

Sudd Research Institute

The Sudd Research Institute was established on 12 May, with Jok Madut Jok as it’s executive director and Augustino Ting Mayai as director of the research department.

Francis Piol Bol Buk is in charge of media and public relation affairs, with Abraham Awolic, Zachariah Diing and Abraham Makoi taking up administrative assignments, leaving additional positions to be created and filled.

Speaking at the institute’s launch event, Jok, who is also the a undersecretary in South Sudan’s Ministry of Culture and Heritage, explained that the new think tank will in the interim do research in three main areas; governance; peace and security; and development and service delivery.

Other subjects that his team would research would include; social research and analysis; population dynamics and statistics; public forums; publications and specific recommendations tailored to specific government institutions; non-governmental organisations; donor agencies; and civil society.

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  • 25 May 2012 07:51, by Chol

    The defend budget is the largest consumer so far in the budget, buying military hardware is not inexpensive! The citizens in every state would agree that we need to be strong militarily.

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    • 25 May 2012 08:05, by Northern Sudanese

      Chol

      strong military? more than half the people in south sudan are starving due to Hunger and all the money goes to a weak defeated army? doesn’t make sense really.........the army should be defending the people, not killing them by hunger...........

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      • 25 May 2012 08:22, by Chol

        N. Sudanese, it’s ironic that you started to care about the people of South Sudan today in 2012! Did you know that the suffering of Southerners begun in 1983?

        Where were you then from that time if you really care about the people of South Sudan? Do you even know you didn’t care until we shut the pipeline down this year?

        Go and care about the people of Sudan!

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        • 25 May 2012 08:55, by Mi diit

          The research failed to indicate the justifications of such high spendings in the finance ministry and the office of the president. Also the boss of the research as undersecretary should tell us what happens in his ministry. I think we should continue to prioritize the defense followed by agriculture.

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          • 25 May 2012 09:17, by Paul Chadrack

            MII DIT

            Your secretes are already revealed,what justifications are you still looking for?,the given information has indicated clearily how corrupt Kiir is. man you and your uncles are cought red handed.

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          • 25 May 2012 09:25, by Paul Chadrack

            MII DIT,

            your secretes are revealed, what justification are you still looking for?, the report indicated clearily how corrupt Kiir and his party SPLM is. you and your uncles are cought red handed. south sudanese people should up rise gainst this corrupt government, where are they taking the country to now.

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          • 25 May 2012 17:08, by zulu

            Mdit,
            In fact, this science of statistical analysis is facing scrutinies now. The science is based on a form of analysis that is already biased. As you said, justification has not explained why such expenditures were required within those ministries. Instead the authors have injected in policy objectives than the unbiased objective presentation of its findings.

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      • 25 May 2012 15:01, by Darkangel

        South Sudan: Murle torture in Jonglei

        http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-18205203

        South Sudan Troops Kill, Torture Minority Tribe, Say Aid Workers And Leaders

        http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/05/24/sudan-south-sudan-conflict_n_1542983.html

        Hilda Johnston - South Sudan Minister for UNMISS

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      • 25 May 2012 17:11, by zulu

        Northern Sudanese,
        How smart to suggest we forget about defence when you, our foes are armed to the teach, invading us including airspace, cluster bombs, and then telling us to worry about food? The population you are worried about will get food from WFP or UN. It happened in Sudan during the war, did it not?

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    • 25 May 2012 08:50, by Ayom Dor

      Though, the research gives us hints of govt expenditure in different states, I still question the methodology used here in collecting accurate data inorder to arrived at that particular figures?

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      • 25 May 2012 09:57, by Paul Chadrack

        I don’t think there is any doubt about this report, because there is now an austerity commitee dealing with current economy issues in the country, don’t think there are secretes gain. in that committee there are some people who don’t like the way govenment is handling the country economy issues.

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    • 25 May 2012 10:00, by okucu pa lotinokwan

      84% if they are using for the Military hardware is fine to make our defence more stronger,the Visitor allowance should be reduce,because i do hear more money are been use for visitors, which sometime end into the individual pockets.

      OKUCU PA LOTINOKWAN

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    • 27 May 2012 13:18, by Junior Politician

      We do have a strong military in South Sudan but the government should think about the future of the nation rather then spending the million of dollars on military expenses.

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  • 25 May 2012 07:52, by Othogomoi

    How much is the other ministries spend, they need to put in place for the public to know, not only three or four ministries.
    its too much for the ministry of finance, let them reduces the budget expenditures

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  • 25 May 2012 08:03, by E. Defense Forces

    Sudd Research Institute is run by SPLM. What do you expect from the report, we already know from get-go about dinka and Nuer corruptions. The said Institute itself is run by Dinka and Nuer.

    Damn! BG &upper Nile
    Viva RSS

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    • 25 May 2012 09:09, by simon yel

      please shut up . where were the equatorians during the movement? . where were u hiding with your Equatoria defence forces and what does it mean ? do u mean to defend Equatoria from who ? . Dinka and Nuer were the back bone of liberation struggle that u are now enjoying if u are not stupid . Dinka and Nuer will get rid of u one day . U are all cowards and u are nothing to GBG and Uppernile .

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      • 25 May 2012 09:45, by E. Defense Forces

        Go and study the History of Sudan,then Come and comment.

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      • 25 May 2012 11:40, by Grace Amani

        Dear Simon Yel,
        Do you think that the history of S.sudan Equatorian did not contributed? you are telling people to shut up but is suppose you should back to school and correct the language you are using, Without Equatorian! I think we wouldn’t achieved the indepenedent of this new Nation of ours. Think of word before you say it.

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      • 26 May 2012 09:28, by Joseph Canada

        SIMON, DON’T EVEN TRY THAT FUCKIN SHIT HERE AGAIN. I AM AN SPLA VETERAN WHO TESTED THE BULLET AND FROM EQUATORIA . SHUT THE FUCK UP! RIGHT NOW. DON’T MAKE ME GO DOWN THE STREET AND PULL MY TRIGER. AGAIN SHUT THE FUCK UP!!! LETS TALK ABOUT THE COUNTRY’S ECONOMY NOT THIS NONSENSE OF YOURS.

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    • 25 May 2012 15:02, by Darkangel

      South Sudan: Murle torture in Jonglei

      http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-18205203

      South Sudan Troops Kill, Torture Minority Tribe, Say Aid Workers And Leaders

      http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/05/24/sudan-south-sudan-conflict_n_1542983.html

      Hilda Johnston - South Sudan Minister for UNMISS

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  • 25 May 2012 08:05, by Lango2010

    kurnyel
    I want clarification from you and all members of this forum/site.
    is it true that bashir was rape in his early age by one of the Darfurian boy?
    because one member from Darfur told me yesterday, that bashir virginity was lost to Darfur that let to his impotent and that is why he so furious on DarFur
    heeeeeeeeheeeeee
    eyoooo

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    • 25 May 2012 08:26, by Catch 22

      Lango2010, to say that you are childish will be an understatement. You have nothing between your ears. No amount of education can fill anything in that hollow stuff you carry over your shoulder. What has your comment got to do with the content of the article. Characters like you need to be De-registered until you are in position to show a minimum of a primary leaving certificate.

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    • 25 May 2012 08:31, by Catch 22

      Guys like you are an embarrassment to all right thinking South Sudanese. Stop wasting time commenting on this site. You are better off looking for a school to enroll in, if you are to ever contribute meaningfully in this country, otherwise, you are doom to be a cattle rustler. Good luck

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  • 25 May 2012 08:06, by pabaak

    good report, we have to know these reports and use them in order to develop as a nation. 14% of South Sudan’s budget only reach States is absolutely un acceptable, who take the lion pie of the budgets 84%, the executives, the parliamentary, or the presidency?, how much the salary of president and vice president, or they use the system in Africa where the President has the key for country wealth?

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    • 25 May 2012 08:10, by pabaak

      So they withdraw as much as they can, you couldn’t question notion that there more than corruption scenarios here when Central has whupping percentage of budget

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    • 25 May 2012 11:53, by Grace Amani

      Developed by mouth and not done physically.

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  • 25 May 2012 08:07, by LOJUBA

    It is a matter of TRANSPARENCY, We all do agree that SECURITY on TOP , Even me if God gave me money I might bough one MILITARY AIRCRAFT to this be love Nation, People in the states
    Understand this government Plan better than any Writer, we do agree that our RETURNEES also on the Top Agenda, but I believe
    it is the time for our government yo use the FUNDS from the world through UN/NGOs and others

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  • 25 May 2012 08:08, by simon yel

    what a big institutionalized corruption . it is guiene for presidential unit to spend 159 millions per a year ? sorry what does it do with big amount of money ? . juba should better called the system of its government to centralized then to be decentralized while all the three quaters of national buget remains in juba . what will 16 perc of the buget help in the state where there high population

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  • 25 May 2012 08:12, by Equatoria one

    This is too much for the National Government. Instead, much of the money should be spent at the states level so that the common persons at the grass root can benefit. States have schools operating under trees; teachers are being under paid.There no roads and improved hospitals. Where are we heading?

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  • 25 May 2012 08:16, by Northern Sudanese

    only 16% spent on states.........70% on weak army.........rest located in the cowboys pockets :D

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  • 25 May 2012 08:18, by Madina Tonj

    I would agree with Tonjes man Augustino Ting Mayai, we tells the truth if we saw it, that is why William Deng Nhial discovery the Khartoum’s documents and spread it to Southern Sudanese politicians because we love all Southerners Sudanese people. Every one from RSS promised to do good thing when he got appointed to Minister unfortunately, they started corruption and no law

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    • 25 May 2012 08:45, by simon yel

      please being tribalistic what brought the story of Deng Nhial here ? please you people of Tonj manners . when will u get educated so thta u erase this village idealogies from your minds please get civilized

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      • 25 May 2012 09:06, by Madina Tonj

        Amok Simon Yel.
        Tonjes people are educated unlikely to Gogrialism who most people end up with bottle of beers and too corruption not to mention bad attitude and lack of social skills. Don’t you know Dr. John Garang de Mabior was follow foot-step of William Deng Nhial. Well, we are more than being civilize people this is why we said, there must be a rule of law apply and accountability to be take

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        • 25 May 2012 09:19, by simon yel

          Madina Tonj .sorry , what do u mean by being educated ? r u educated more than pple in Greater Gorial ? R u not corrup too ? fine tell me the role foriegn minister ? and Nhial Deng Nhial is up to now ? he is always whatching man United match and some movies . tell me what Nhial said when Pan -thou was captured by SPLA and even after withdrwal. I believe his dad was like him . very stupid

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          • 25 May 2012 09:38, by Madina Tonj

            Amok Simon Yel
            If want to mention bad thing and the people I will do that.There is no any gov, that, let one position share by two people. Secretary general which is Pagan Amum, the secretary general is mean same as Foreign Minister Affairs. Who do you blame, the president who gave speech Publicly that, he will not withdraw and one hr later, he order SPLA to withdraw this is more than confusion

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        • 25 May 2012 09:28, by simon yel

          Madina Tonj . for information the liberation was initiated by many pple not him alone . also he was not a rebell leader he was so-called SANU part leader in the town . Deng Nhial Has never taken arms against khartoum regime u ought to it better now . please my brother we are not corrupt . okay now tell the brother of Nhial is he not an ambassador now . and what is that is it not a corruption .

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          • 25 May 2012 09:56, by Madina Tonj

            If you against Tonj then, you will never achieve anything within Dinka itself, you guys seem to be arrogant of Salva presidency however, this is a none of King to be arrogant. Last time Gogrial were against late Dr. John Garang saying, he don’t listen now the Gogrialism are in this position because of nepotism,alluding policy and too much corruption,putting brother in-law as a governor of the Bank

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      • 25 May 2012 12:04, by Grace Amani

        Simon yel,
        What brougt Deng Nhail history! is the tribalism and nepotism your people are doing,so to stop Deng Nhail’s advise your people on what they are doing, Anyway, I can’t blame you because it is the first time for your people to see town and have leadership.

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  • 25 May 2012 08:18, by ABDALLA BIN ABDALLA

    Wow. Big dogs are corrupting South Sudan. How can office of president spent 150 millions ss pounds while millions of people are scrambling for 97 milions ss pound in each state. What a jok, Mr. Kiir and his hencemen are big thieves. How many workers are working in the office of the president? Beny kiir reduce spending in your office. Don’t be corrupt. Finance ministry is the most corrup ministry.

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  • 25 May 2012 08:27, by E. Defense Forces

    Only the two regions GB & Upper Nile messing things up in the new nation. One day Equatoria will say enough is enough just like Iraq Kurdish, and Tuareg’s in Mali.

    We are watching and learning.
    Damn! the Contour people
    Viva RSS

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    • 25 May 2012 08:43, by Kurnyel

      Nation that is full of thieves,Gangs, Thuggeries,Ruthless,and you names them, South Sudan can not and will never be a good and stable country without Sudan and Bashir as presidents. Lot of fake money being granted by Ugandans and Kenyan Nigerians in that state what a shame??????

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    • 25 May 2012 08:57, by simon yel

      fuck u . what is the equation of your statement ? where were u during liberation struggle ? have u sit on fence at that time and u now calling us corrupts . who is the national minister for finance ? where does he belong to ? we only know Wani Igga from Equatoria and the rest are rubbish . u deserted us duribg liberation movement and now u are holding keys positions in the government what next .

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      • 25 May 2012 10:20, by E. Defense Forces

        simon yel you are really a Bimbo, am talking about corruption not position. We Equatorians are not power hungry but without us BG & Upper Nile will vanish from the Map of South Sudan. Just few Murle with Eastern Equatorians beat the Sh*t out of you in jonglei State so shut your toothless mouth before I do. Let Just settle this border issue with our northern brothers first Mr. SIMON YEL

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  • 25 May 2012 08:54, by Snipper

    The institute was launched on 12th May and on 24th it publishes an unsubstantiated report ! They stakeholders should have launched their political party instead. They didn’t do any research at all to come up with report but relied on information supplied by some frustrated individuals to turn people’s minds !

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    • 25 May 2012 10:33, by E. Defense Forces

      @Sniper I did pay attention to the dates Holy Cow!! The institute itself is corrupt, they finished the research in two weeks. I think they should be enter into the world genius record. Once a fool will always be a fool.

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    • 25 May 2012 15:37, by JurkuchM

      Sniper. This is the most relevant sensible intellectual comment I’ve read so far. I prop you for that. However, I think we could give them the benefit of the doubt. Remember, their research was based on numbers not people’s opinions. Any one with the right clearance could have revealed those numbers from a 7 page abbreviated report — which is public record (should be anyway).

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  • 25 May 2012 09:14, by Good Citizen

    Look at these tribal idiots calling themselves ’think tanks’? Can’t you differentiate between 14% and 16%? which one is which? fellow south sudanese, the reports of these tribal haters should not be given any attention.just look how they select only ministries held by nonDinkas ; ministry of Finance and economic planning-kosti mannibe, ministry of health-Michael Mill, Ministry of Preidency-Lowil

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  • 25 May 2012 09:21, by Good Citizen

    these nonDinka ministries are the ones being paid attention toand not others.this institute is promoting Dinkocracy, period! any government official using these biased and tribal report for decision making is making serious mistakes. how can you say Warrap, which does not even meet the status of a state should get more money than every state in south sudan?

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    • 25 May 2012 09:39, by Dinka land

      @ Madina Tonj. Your comments are always full of mistakes grammerically and disconsolated people not only Gogrialians but the nation as a whole. You keep on abusing Gogrialians always accusing them for nothing, dividing greater Bahr el Ghazal. You pretence to be educated but absolutely you are not educated in the presence of God i can tell you the facts.

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      • 25 May 2012 10:01, by Dinka land

        What is said by people that little education is disease, i really accepted ya Madina Tonj. You do not know politics completely if you keep on dividing Bahr el Ghazal always and that is bad. I want to advice you from today on wards not to behave in the way you are behaving now if you are really human being.

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        • 25 May 2012 10:19, by Dinka land

          @ Madina Tonj. i will give you my number telephone today or tomorrow so that i can i advice you and talk too much and do not afraid not to call me. Iam very simple student iam also your brother , i wanted just to give you more detailes about the suffering of people of Bahr el Ghazal as a whole not only Gogrialians or people from Tonj.

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  • 25 May 2012 09:27, by Good Citizen

    yes, we agree on proportionality of the budget but which credible census has been done in south sudan to determine that? so the government is not wrong to apportion same amount of budget because no accurate census DATA established for the whole country.so decisions are taken under blind estimates.2008 CEnsus was grossly wrong and should not be use for any analysis of the country.Tribal think tanks

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  • 25 May 2012 09:37, by Good Citizen

    these tribal think tanks should stop their Dinkocracy agenda and think nationally instead.it will encourage other tribes to come up with their own reports-Dinkas looted the government since 2005 and nothing said about that ya Tribal Ting and Madut Jok? these ill-established institutes to siphone government money in the name of ’ government research’ got to stop.we know it is only to steal money

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  • 25 May 2012 10:05, by pabaak

    You guys give applause to this independent institute because at least to start with, they have enlightened us with something because others big independent agencies we don’t hear from them until now, and they have a big chunk in country’s budget, for example the Anti-corruption commission, the high pay entity with little achievement, let us encouraging Sudd Research Institute so they can do more.

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  • 25 May 2012 10:06, by Ayuiu Makuac Lam

    i think 16% is not able to satify ten states, what federal goverment do with other percent.

    this formula is anther ways of coruption by the ministers and the mps.

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  • 25 May 2012 10:52, by Thorbanat

    This is totally absurd for GOSS to use 84% of the national budget. The development of South Sudan wholly depend on the States, therefore, the States should be given 60% of national budget and national expenditure should be reduce. South Sudan need to apply fiscal policy (government expenditure and taxation). Time has come for the central/ federal government to let the States collect border taxe

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  • 25 May 2012 10:56, by SEE ME

    To all sotherners and northerners

    Southerners pls stop blaming each other and go the needed solution for your people.

    Northerners: As Iam muslim I believe that ALLAH will not forgive us to let southerners die of hunger. I am NOT saying to stop the war from oneside. RSS is our close neighbor.
    We are not enemies to the peoples of SOUTH SUDAN. We have conflict with some members of SPLA/M.

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  • 25 May 2012 11:30, by Sudan virus

    Seems good report. I am waiting for the service delivery report.
    I am very happy of the issue of many foreign employees been mentioned on the report.This is serious. Many South Sudanese senior secondary school leavers , college and university graduate are wondering in the street of almost all ten states of South Sudan with out job while foreigners click to jobs which would have accommodated them.

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  • 25 May 2012 11:43, by Sudan virus

    The situation of Yei hospital is extremely worst than it was during war!
    Other villages in Yei particularly Otogo and Lasu Payams where only old uganda refugee schools of 197o’s are renovated with huge population don’t have school while in other counties and other states there are nice building with relatively few pupils/students.

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  • 25 May 2012 13:26, by Emmanuel Ajang Solomon

    Thanks alot for your great and unique contribution in our young Nation to know what is really happening or being done by our traditional leaders who don’t care for our life but the life of their Cchildren and relatives.

    God will one day punished them for all that they are doing to us. God bless you all thanks again

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    • 25 May 2012 14:51, by Ming Dhal

      Congratulation to Brother Mayai
      You and your guys have done a great job and this is what we want no matter who don’t want to pay attention, to hell with him/her b/c people don’t need realities. I alone welcome the report

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  • 25 May 2012 15:02, by never

    where are the rest of the money? i told you before that bhar el ghazel community is in leadership for money but not provided services needed by the people of the south sudan.
    bhar with their corruption leaders.

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  • 25 May 2012 15:40, by never

    where is other 84%? Kiir plus is bhar el brothers put 84% into their pocket. bhae el ghazel with food. what are we going to do God help us.

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    • 25 May 2012 18:28, by Ming Dhal

      Never
      You must be among the confused, dumb uncultured, wet pig, and undefined character.
      Who told you it’s BGRZL who used that money? To me i don’t want to hot any region where you came from but if i get such people personally you will tell you drink that beer. You are the people promoting hatred for no benefit, and if we follow you nothing will be good idiot
      God bless your actions

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      • 25 May 2012 18:46, by never

        ming dhal
        if we get you nothing will be good. u and mr. kiir need to killed me ha. that good to know. guest what u and bhar boys need stop stealing public funds and forget about the national interset. the other day, i have seen achul manuildit son running around in kampala with a bag full with s. sudanese founds. that can not happend in any tribe rether than bhar el ghazel. tell the trustmen.

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  • 25 May 2012 21:27, by Alier De Jok

    Good job mr ting and your crew they states gov’t has been neglected for long and that is why unemployment rates hit the world record of 98 percent. Becoz of high gov’t spending without accountability.

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    • 26 May 2012 10:12, by Ming Dhal

      Never
      Do you think if we practiced such behaviors during struggle, was going to be easy to get to where we are now? The corruption in our gov’t is not on Kiir alone rather great BRHZL, but every one is included including your uncle.
      I am warning you again Bhar el ghazel don’t have intention of cheating any one in the gov’t whether u know or not.

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      • 26 May 2012 14:45, by never

        ming
        what is your position, are u trying to procted bhar or kiir adimistration or what? also, durying the war we were not having any salaries given to any soldier it was just a volunteerly war. but now, the government of the s. sudan have money to give to his mililitary personal. so plez shut ur hellup. you can’t tell me that this is ur last warning. who are you to give me a warning mother fuck.

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        • 27 May 2012 18:05, by Ming Dhal

          Never
          You must know one thing i have nothing to protect Kiir’s administration if you talk or even insulted him alone as a leader but my problem with you is over generalization ya mother fucker. How do you said BRZL as a whole if you were normal? i know you might be fucking Dinka from Bor or Upper Nile who forgot what other tribes said against Dinka and you want to turn it to BRGZL alone, fuck you

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          • 27 May 2012 18:12, by Ming Dhal

            Never
            If am the one to generalized BRGZL, i can tell you we are no food lovers, and we are not coward and we don’t leave our land to other guys the same like us, and without Bhar el ghazal in the struggle i don’t ya dumb whether you can see this RSS, you are stupid and undefined let me stop responding to you b/c am going to touch innocence people to the region where you belong while i don’t like

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