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S. Sudan calls for international financial assistance to file $12 bln lost in Sudan’s oil deal

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August 7, 2012 (JUBA) – South Sudan has called on the international community to assist the one-year old nation fill a huge financial gap created by the recent agreement with Khartoum as details on oil deal emerge.

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A South Sudanese returnee from Khartoum sails on a barge as he arrives at the port in South Sudan’s capital Juba, May 16, 2012. (Reuters)

African Union chief mediator, Thabo Mbeki, on 3 August announced a break-though deal on oil transportation fees. In line with this agreement Juba will pay $11 for the oil produced unity state and $9.10 for the oil of Upper Nile. The South Sudan will also pay $3.028 billion as transitional financial assistance. The deal will last three and a half years.

South Sudan’s vice president, Riek Machar, on Tuesday said the deal which was reached due to the pressure exerted by the international community has unfortunately left a huge gap of oil revenues lost to Khartoum.

In a meeting on Tuesday with the Ambassador of Netherlands, Kees Van Baar, the Vice President told the European diplomat that the new nation will lose a total of $12 billion dollars to Khartoum per the deal.

He said South Sudan will continue to lose 17% of its total oil revenues every year for the next three and a half years.

In detailing the figures of the deal he said the average commercial agreement reached with Khartoum is $3.5 billion for the next three and a half years, which is inclusive of all types of fees.

The arrears of commercial deal owed to Khartoum which dated back between 9th July 2011, when South Sudan became independent to January 2012, when the oil production was shut down, will also amount to another half a billion dollars, he said.

South Sudan, he added, will also lose $4.97 billion of debt relief which Khartoum owed South Sudan, but is now pardoned per the agreement. There will also be an additional cash grant of $3.03 billion to be paid by South Sudan to Khartoum to improve on its economy.

The agreement has forced the new nation to become "the biggest donor on earth to a single country, Sudan", Machar added.

He further analyzed that the figure is equivalent to $40 per barrel if the whole amount lost were to be translated into how much South Sudan could pay per a barrel of oil it produces.

He however reiterated the necessity of the deal, adding that South Sudan was willing to buy peace and win Khartoum to become a good neighbour.

The international community, he said, should now come forth to assist the new nation in financing major development projects in the country.

Sudan and South Sudanese delegations are expected to resume talks on the other unresolved issue during the last week of this month. A presidential summit is also planned by the mediation in September.

After the signing of a comprehensive deal the two countries have to seek international financial assistance. Khartoum which is affected by the US sanctions needs Juba support to convince the Congress to remove it.

(ST)

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  • 8 August 2012 08:02, by Monye Jur

    Now you are stariting to cry, why did you accepted the agreement if its not on South Sudan side? Is it because due to the pressure exerted on you? International community will not listen to the corrupt and an accounted system being runned by the current gangs. Thieves must be brought to book.

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    • 8 August 2012 08:10, by Dinkawarrior

      We South Sudanese are watching very closely for who is going to saved and service to this Nation.
      He/she must be free and clean from Corruption, Tribalism, Nepotism, Negligence, Greediness, and Bloodbath.
      Louis Lobong for Presidential Candidate 2015!!
      My short list are Rizik Zackaria, Taban Deng Gai, Joseph Bakosoro, Maker Thiong Maal, and more!

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      • 8 August 2012 08:40, by Monye Jur

        Dinkaworrior,
        Taban Deng gai is the worst of all, very corrupt person. He has been looting the 2% share of Unity State with his boss Kiir. The two of them should go, We need new people to run South Sudan, maybe I can agree with you for:
        1. Joseph Bakasoro
        2. Rizik Zacharia
        and add my onw view to;
        3. Paul Molong Awan
        4. Chol Tong Mayay
        5. Alfred Ladu Gore
        6. Stephen Wandu of Audit chamber.

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        • 8 August 2012 14:15, by Alfredo christiani

          Monye Jur
          You have nominated wrong peoples to replace Kiir.Frankly speaking if the seat gets out from Bhar El kazal, it should go direct to Eastern nuer, that’s Akobo or if not it should go to Eastern equatoria where first movement started from 195os. Mark my words and I will make a very serious mobilization with great help from GOD. Thieves will have no chance this time.

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        • 8 August 2012 15:42, by lukee

          Dinkawarior, Monje Jur,
          I may not agreed with u guys coze these guys r not good all of them JB,RZ,CTmayay guys they r even going to loss their seat in the Next resuffuling coze they r allegedly around the current coup that pple r talking about they will be remove frm their post just wait and see guys.

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      • 8 August 2012 10:28, by Ruach

        Folks,what do u think of konkoc?Konkoc is the submission of your mind and of course can bring humiliations!We are led by chief of negotiators and guided with konkoch which has resulted worst now!Konkoch,konkoc=humiliations for South Sudanese

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      • 8 August 2012 13:16, by P.K.M

        This is what we were saying over and over in the media that; why accept the deal when you seems to have no idea of consequences behind ridiculous charges!
        When you can’t afford to buy something, you don’t say well; I was forced to accept the deal! Really; this just sounds ludicrous.
        South Sudan still has the right to scrap the deal and say we can’t afford it!

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        • 8 August 2012 13:32, by Chol

          Mr. vice president, you know the deal was ripping off South Sudan financially and you allow it to happen? You’re one of the top guys in the nation to say no deal, the deal is unacceptable and it cannot be allow.
          The international community did not force South Sudan to accept the deal; they are laughing at us because we are very senseless to accept the deal!

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          • 8 August 2012 13:57, by Mach

            South Sudanese didn’t know the deal will cost them $ 40.00 or more per barrel? How sad! That’s what we were saying in the media here always that these numbers look and sound ridiculous and no one pay any attention! South Sudan don’t have to say anybody forced them; UN or whoever can say whatever they want but this is South Sudanese business they have the right to say NO!

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            • 8 August 2012 14:40, by Hardball

              How is the headline making any sense? South Sudanese calling for international financial assistance! South Sudan is just giving away billions of dollars to Sudan claiming to be helping Sudan! The request is just laughable; no wonder why Sudan just walks all over South Sudan. cont----

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              • 8 August 2012 14:44, by Hardball

                We are as thoughtless as a rock. We don’t need to file lost from the deal; terminate the damn deal; you don’t give away your $ 12 billion; turn around and begged for $ 12 billion. How ill-advised does that sound!

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                • 8 August 2012 15:00, by Force 1

                  Sudanese played their game successfully by tricking South Sudanese for billions of dollars; now it’s South Sudanese time to play their game. The game begins with South Sudanese pointing a middle finger in Sudanese faces and called it no deal!

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                  • 8 August 2012 15:59, by Northern Sudanese

                    Force 1
                    this deal was made by spla , how can you raise your useless middle finger and say no deal to your own made deal???
                    i thought southerners were more educated lol!

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                    • 8 August 2012 21:26, by Force 1

                      N. Sudanese, before you laugh out loud, you need to wait until you actually have that money in your central Bank; otherwise you’re laughing out loud in vain! You know why? Because leaders don’t make things happen! People make things happen because people elect leaders!

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                      • 8 August 2012 21:50, by Agutran

                        South Sudan negotiators claiming to be blaming international community for the deal! Really! The international communities are actually laughing at South Sudanese negotiators; because they just can’t believe South Sudanese accepted the deal! How embarrassing!

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      • 8 August 2012 20:56, by Paul

        How outrageous! Are South Sudanese negotiators really dumb or what in the world is going on? Such an agreement that would cause south Sudan more that $12 billions is just unacceptable...and Pagan shouldn’t give excuses that they were pressured by the Americans and the Britians. How can responsible leaders of a nation give in to external pressure at such a loss with little or no benefit?

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      • 8 August 2012 21:00, by Paul

        instead, what was difficult in getting back all the areas that are claimed by the North including Abyei referendum before inking and oil deal?

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    • 8 August 2012 08:11, by omoni jr.

      Do not cry toad,you messed up our country already.
      I hate the word called compensation,very pain indeed i whenever i hear it.Shame on south sudan leaders and looters.

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      • 8 August 2012 08:28, by Mi diit

        Hillary Clinton should not have pressurized Kiir and Pagan Amum in submission to bad agreement without any incentives in return. Americans have bad friendship. They only look after their interests first. They should have supported South Sudan financially until a good deal is reached with Khartoum. I know they fear corruption in South Sudan but do nothing about it. Shame on bad friendship.

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        • 8 August 2012 13:02, by Northern Sudanese

          Mi diit
          Americans are not your leaders, you should depend on UN not USA! they even separateds south innorder to believe that Bashir will fall, bashir fall innorder to install western puppet rebels in the presidential palace ,kick china out and take Darfurs oil!
          i told you southerners many times before, USA is not interested in southerners, at all!!!

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      • 8 August 2012 16:29, by South South

        Northern Sudanese,
        When are you going to shut up about South Sudan’s issues ? The deal we reached with penguins is in our hands and we do anything we want with it. Do not just sit with laundry in your head and think that South Sudan is going to feed you for three years, that is not going to happen penguins. We know how to teach you very dear lessons, just wait and see penguin.

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    • 8 August 2012 10:35, by Mading Makuac

      Dear fellow readers,
      Pliz ,let stop blaming our leaders on this issue.It is an
      International community and Thom Mbeki that we should
      blame bcoz these pple are discriminating S.Sudan.As
      Vice President said,"South Sudan is a new nation
      donates alot of billions to a single country"
      Western countries have never been good!!

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    • 8 August 2012 11:32, by jjb south

      this thieves have already sold our new country again, why beg for foreign support when you give away your own resources just to save your individual pockets. consult public opinion b4 signing such a sensitive agreement. you bunch of thieves "SPLM".b4 you call in aid,cough the 4b dollars.

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      • 8 August 2012 11:38, by jjb south

        trust me these thieves will not survive come 2015. we must stand as one to beat this corrupt govt in 2015 & serve this belove country.South Sudanese oyee & SPLM down 2015.

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        • 8 August 2012 12:15, by Northern Sudanese

          jjb south
          nonono !!! kiir is the perfect president for south sudan, he gets us in khartoum always what we want :)

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    • 8 August 2012 11:53, by Anti Dinka’s

      Wow Wow my goodness
      South Sudanese’s becoming like jesus of Nazareth
      Almost A half of the country incomes will be going to there lifetime Enemy $40 per barrel
      50/50 is back
      why did south separate
      Now Donkey AL-Beshir will use that money wisely to kill you!!
      he will buy modern weapons mark my word

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    • 8 August 2012 12:10, by Anti Dinka’s

      The enemy has won the battles, but can they win the war?
      for show they will!!! Know they get free money from SPAM to do just that

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    • 8 August 2012 12:46, by kimo

      the thief is always weak, sensitive and responsive to pressure,,they know if they refuse to make that deal with sudan,their personal accounts in europe and else where will be disclosed to the peoples of south sudan and every body will know the huge amount of money they had stolen from the poor people of the south..shame on every one who steal from his country

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  • 8 August 2012 08:07, by Deng Thiak Adut

    We South Sudanese, have senses the fear, the trauma, the duress in signing this agreements. This a real slap in the face and poorly educated negotiator Pagan should have not in the first place be involved in the negotiation processes. We are going to be in deep debts and our children couldn’t afford being part of debt burden because of foolish decision from the RSS decision makers.

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    • 8 August 2012 08:11, by Deng Thiak Adut

      I am sorry, but Pagan is a fatten rate and no more. He and others have no background in either commercial disputation resolution or arbitration training. It beg question, were there no alternative, in SPLM party to negotiate the settlement? Alternative pipeline is the solution. The agreement is void from face of it.

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  • 8 August 2012 08:07, by salah

    Why do you think money you pay to transport your oil through Sudan is money that you lost? You think even the fees that you should have paid to Sudan to transport your oil after the secession and until you shut down oil production in January is lost money? This is the cost of doing business, not lost money.

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    • 8 August 2012 08:15, by Dinkawarrior

      $ 3 Billion to be pay to North while asking for $12 million?
      That is the reason why we need to vote out those Big Bellies in Juba!
      Shame on you always!

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    • 8 August 2012 08:17, by Robot

      Gatmachar,
      This is a shame to you, where were you all this time??, anyway a person like me knows the bitterness in you, you were selected to negotiate with the North on what number to conclude the referendum which you agreed to be 68%, you were removed and Pagan replaced and negotiated to 51%, Pagan is our best negotiator, without your selfish deeds towards the nation and its politicians, loser...

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      • 8 August 2012 08:36, by Mi diit

        Robot,
        Riek Machar knew that the people of South Sudan would vote overwhelmingly for separation by 99% and that is why he did not worry about putting 66% as the threshold. But you didn’t see what he could see because you are not visionary. Pagan Amum as negotiator has now let you be cheated with $10 billion dollars. So don’t be so excited about things you don’t understand.

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      • 8 August 2012 08:54, by Ruach

        It is a crazy decsion from the decision to loose these billions to the fake Arabs!This means that the fake Arabs are gainful in the deals made wrongly by the chief of negotiator.Machar can’t do anything than crying while the big bellies sorrounded him.Deaths to all looters and fake Arabs!!

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      • 8 August 2012 09:09, by Ruach

        It is a crazy decsion from the decision makers to loose these billions to the fake Arabs!This means that the fake Arabs are gainful in the deals made wrongly by the chief of negotiator.Machar can’t do anything than crying while the big bellies sorrounded him.Deaths to all looters and fake Arabs!!

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    • 8 August 2012 08:46, by zulu

      a goon like you salih only things of exploitation or grants as doing business. but, you will enjoy it for a short life.

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      • 8 August 2012 17:22, by salah

        ZULU,
        you are the biggest BAFOOON in the world. You think of it as Exploitation, then why allow yourself to be exploited? The official signing is next week and you still have time to not be exploited. The oil was explored and extracted by the north. Sudan even protected the oil wells from SPLA attacks, and now you have it you managed to damage it in less than 8 months. You BAFOONS.

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  • 8 August 2012 08:16, by salah

    So now it is $40 per barrel? Why did you accept this agreement?

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    • 8 August 2012 08:37, by dengtaath

      Robot
      You are another Dinka dominated SPLA. We all breath these days because the controversial Dinka dominated SPLA is not longer posting controversial coments, instead you are replacing him. Your hatred with VP Machar will take you to hell. Who in the government of South Sudan is doing better than Dr.Macharif I can ask you?

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  • 8 August 2012 08:20, by Miike

    Thup rajil de, gat he coore bee a jah he amunu
    hita kan ween
    Good luck South Sudan,
    Burjuaathiin gat akun ajat el nath

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    • 8 August 2012 08:26, by Deng Thiak Adut

      We have been screwed up with this deal.....in fact this is worse deal in human history. Nothing about the local population has been discussed in the agreement. The poison from chemical, cancer, and other liabilities, insurances, environmental damages, compensation, share of liabilities, accountability in case someone got injured. All these, no negotiator turn his/her mind into them.

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  • 8 August 2012 08:24, by Eastern

    This just shows that we are being led by old fashioned leaders. How do you expect to eat your cake and have it???!!! OMG!!

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  • 8 August 2012 08:31, by Deng Thiak Adut

    I am afraid Mr. VP, the costs will amount to nearly 56% if you factor in all the variables unknown to you yet. I would even proposed 50% split because the hidden costs is not known and I will be surprise if it does not added up to figure above 50%. We do not need to be in financial lost, so keep the lids on, Sir and accept the alternatives.

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  • 8 August 2012 09:37, by Pif Paf

    SPLM have become too use to international help. The days of putting on your puppy face and blaming Jalaba are over. Who on earth give a thieve $12 billion ?? It will never happen. You will also need to pay for damages done by SRF terrorist in BN & SK with your help and compensate us for Heglieg if there is to be any security deal. You need to stop counting your chickens before they hatch.

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    • 8 August 2012 09:44, by Kurnyel

      Until when is this dead party called SPLM stop begging money? To entire world never ever give your money to these sick and inexperience groups who just know how to put money in to their pockets, the SPLM party is bad than Idi Amin of Uganda. Please stop giving money to them.

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      • 9 August 2012 08:49, by Ruach

        Ok,they open their big mouth full of sawot(tap in car) for our oils!They were just deceived by international communties and SPLM.Haha fake Arabs were deceived by SPLM!!

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  • 8 August 2012 09:48, by Tribe

    One thing the South gov has been missing was the true U.S foreign police of carrot and stick. Just because George Bush has been showering them with all kind of love to the extend of giving the gift in form of cowboy hat, make them act in impunity of ignoring the citizens needs. It,s now cristal clear that friend can be foe in anytime and foe can be turned to a friend in no time.

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  • 8 August 2012 10:03, by Tribe

    We know what time it’s ...election season. The Current leadership wanted to win the re- election . They can’t do that when the economic is in this dire corner when the gas is the vehicle and common denominator to any Econ growth. So , they have to do anything at their discretion to turn things around despite who will be dragged in mud to achieve that. In that , ROSS has become a perfect prey.

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  • 8 August 2012 10:46, by pabaak

    who is not corrupted in SPLM including Dr.Machar, may be some few senors are not corrupted but most of them are included in secret list in international. No body have no piece of pie in this bad agreement, which is not actually an agreement is the surrender to international, why make ourselves easy to international pressure to accept what we don’t like it? what I know Jalaba will demand the paymen

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    • 8 August 2012 10:56, by pabaak

      of $3 billion in the first week of oil resumption plus the transit fees and we will still prone to pressure from international to pay them, and then expect the NCP will start stealing our oil and we will be forced to shutdown the oil again, what will be a mess agreement. and didn’t stop, we will have to pay the enemy its badly needed hard currency to buy lethal weapons to flush out its foes

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      • 8 August 2012 11:49, by pabaak

        in marginalize areas, which mean this agreement is not in the interest of our nation nation

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  • 8 August 2012 11:04, by michael coma

    Bad decision,for how long will South stop begging international community?don’t be like parasite my dear southerners.we have Golds,limestone,mecury and so on which can give us alot of money.

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  • 8 August 2012 11:28, by Ahmado

    Am tell you, in nearest future south Sudan will become poorest nation in world why?because south sudan people expose their resources to world when you see and you hear knews or negatiaton they hurry for money and security left an touch and i no in some years the resources of south sudan will get finish because leaders of s sudan are not thinking future of their nation and now they depend on donors

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  • 8 August 2012 12:12, by Anti Terror Anti

    these catogeries of payment per barrel all the ways to reach junub make up totall to 40 usd per barrel...then my quest is what were u guys doing, going and coming back to juba???...all of u fialed, shame on u traitors who well knw what they signed was not citizens interests

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  • 8 August 2012 12:24, by Nhomlawda

    When you sign oil acord with NCP in 1997, that deal was worse then this. NCP by then took 100% of our oil revenues, bought weapons to kill us & did many more bad things to South Sudanese for a period of 13 years. This deal is for three and a half years. Work hard for your people within this time to develop agro based economy and think strategically to avoid further mess in economy.

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    • 8 August 2012 12:37, by Northern Sudanese

      Nhomlawda
      on that time oil exports were less than 100,0000 b/d + oil price wasn’t so high + what deal are you talking about or was signed in 1997???
      you now lost $12 bilion + after 3 and halve years your oil will decline rapidly, you won’t be able to built a new pipe + your oil will run out in 8 years time!!!

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      • 8 August 2012 14:16, by Mi diit

        Northern Sudanese,
        What do you expect from the thief called Nhomlawda. He signed this poor agreement of an illiterate and put the excuse that the Jalaba got the oil in 1997 any way. What a bunch of fools. His pocket was dry due to lack of oil revenue and had to sign this worst agreement ever just to get money back into his own account. Useless human.

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  • 8 August 2012 12:25, by Northern Sudanese

    Thanks alot Mrs Clinton , we in Sudan are always ready for normalising relations with Washington specially after the support you gave us by pressuring salva! thanks alot!!!!!!!
    When we defeat or come to an agreement with the rebels, we want to purchase US weapons and remove the UN arms embargo innorder to be able to purchase heavy weapons freely not secretly

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  • 8 August 2012 13:05, by Northern Sudanese

    why is their no1 saying ’’SPLA Oyeeeeee’’ ????
    ok i will say for southerners, SPLA Oyeeeeeee!!!!!
    salva shiit Oyeeeeee!!!!!!
    so pagan, still claiming that you have defended the resources of south sudan????? lol

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    • 8 August 2012 14:22, by Mi diit

      Northern Sudanese,
      Rejoice because our friends called the Americans have let us down. They have appeased you and their own interests at the expense of our resources. But Kiir and Pagan Amum let us down further by accepting the oil agreement. They should have refused it. We can survive without the oil revenues for three years if they returned the stolen money.

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      • 8 August 2012 14:31, by Northern Sudanese

        Mi diit
        we told you that americans don’t care about south sudanese, yet you behaved as if they were your leaders!
        no Mi diit ,you can’t survive without oil, deal with that fact! your populations is now much bigger,you need alot more to do and that can’t go without oil, your oil will run out in the next 8 years and its already declining. you are trapped, can’t built new pipe, got no money for it!

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      • 8 August 2012 14:55, by Northern Sudanese

        Mi diit
        but relations can always develop between the 2 nations, agriculture may not be as good as oil but it will fill a large gap!

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  • 8 August 2012 14:18, by Alfredo christiani

    Monye Jur
    You have nominated wrong peoples to replace Kiir.Frankly speaking if the seat gets out from Bhar El kazal, it should go direct to Eastern nuer, that’s Akobo or if not it should go to Eastern equatoria where first movement started from 195os. Mark my words and I will make a very serious mobilization with great help from GOD. Thieves will have no chance this time.

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  • 8 August 2012 14:36, by Northern Sudanese

    Southerners please keep SPLA in power, they are giving us in khartoum what we want :)

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    • 8 August 2012 15:16, by Mi diit

      Northern Sudanese,
      Don’t rejoice yet. This poor deal of Pagan Amum will never get implemented until the D-Day comes. Mark my words. Implementation, implementation, implementation.....ahahahaaaaaaa, Noooooooooop!

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      • 8 August 2012 15:54, by Northern Sudanese

        Mi diit
        if its not implemented you will remain in your laaaaaaarge crisis forever, no aid, no pipe, no agri and no anything!!!
        situation will only get worse and worse and worse

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        • 8 August 2012 16:27, by Nibs

          @N.sudaness,
          you are such an idiot,why do you always celebrate nonsense?tfa will never be implemented,remember the famous montra "it is neither quran nor bible".you normally talk craps about s.sudan;no agri,no p/l,oil fields will dry up in 8 yrs,bla bla,keep on dreaming it is good for ur conginetal abnormalities.

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          • 8 August 2012 16:56, by Northern Sudanese

            Nibs
            talking crap?
            how are you going to pay for a new pipe? if you had the money then why were you negotiating? USA itself said it woyld take 3 years for a new pipe
            where is the agri? you don’t have the money to invest on it, all business is on hold
            oops, it will dry in 15 but halve by 2020 8 years away!

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          • 8 August 2012 16:59, by Northern Sudanese

            Nibs
            you are just a poor immigrant chatting crap, your government has made this deal by itself so of course it will sign, its us who still don’t want to sign because security is still not managed!
            but anyway, we get free money from salva :D

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            • 8 August 2012 17:11, by Ruach

              Northern Sudanese!You are more than happy with your rotten mouth full of Sawot(tap in car) for a fake deal gainful to you.What do u think konkoch is?Of course it generates humiliations after humiliations!!Machar can not do anything as the wise man is surrounded by big bellies making fake deals!!

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          • 8 August 2012 17:03, by Northern Sudanese

            Nibs
            south sudan oil halve by 2020
            http://af.reuters.com/article/sudanNews/idAFL5E7LQ30920111026
            and about agriculture, you don’t have the money to invest on it, without this deal you will not even be able to built a new pipe, all development projects in south are currently on hold and will remain so until this deal is signed which we in khartoum will benefit more than south!

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          • 8 August 2012 17:04, by Northern Sudanese

            keep saying blah blah dead boy :D

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            • 8 August 2012 17:29, by Nibs

              @N.sudanese,
              small knowledge is dangerous!it is obvious you are spoil brat who delibrately ignore simple facts.like i said earlier tfa is not gonna happen coz there is string attach(there must be comphrensive agreement for implementation of tfa & this involves popular consultation for SK n NB)cont...

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              • 8 August 2012 17:43, by Nibs

                @N.sudanese,
                cont...in issues related to agri you took me aback coz i though u r prolific commentator of ST.are you not aware of MOUs we sign with isreal and bangleshda in agricultural field?you must be jealous or stupid.P/L will take 3yrs and that is why we sign agreement of an average of $ 10 per barrel for a period 3.5 yrs,is that not brain?

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                • 8 August 2012 18:02, by Nibs

                  ....as for reuters their assement is base on oil fields in unity and upper nile states,it is also ridiculous to make that your basis of argument coz no expertes were send to those fields,everything is assumption of bias analysis. Believe it or not,jonglei has enormous oil field.ps:stop emoticions(:D)the are rubbish.

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                  • 8 August 2012 20:18, by Northern Sudanese

                    Nibs
                    stop lying to yourself buddy, south sudan is running out of oil! not unity or upper but south sudan as a whole! there is no more oil in Jonglei at all stop lying to yourself and deal with the facts.
                    the International Monetary Fund has done all measures and now knows that the south oil will halve by 2020, its no secret at all and the whole world knows it!

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              • 8 August 2012 17:56, by Northern Sudanese

                Nibs
                of course ’’small knowledge is dangerous’’! thats what you need to learn!
                the deal itself is called ’’comprehensive agreement’’ DUHH!
                this involves nothing from SK or NB , thats just made up from your useless brains!

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  • 8 August 2012 17:34, by Alfredo christiani

    Northern Sudan
    You’re a black ARAB who was brought up with over left food of (SAF) during the WAR, that’s why you’re supporting them very much. SAF boy, shut up or I kick your fucked ANUS

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    • 8 August 2012 17:53, by Northern Sudanese

      Alfredo
      chatting crap and making up useless stories isn’t gonna save your useless country or your low live mama! you will get fucked up every night unless you get da dark assed cowboy down!
      anyway, i now support da cowboy because his giving us exactly what we want and the international community is backing us :)

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  • 8 August 2012 17:34, by Alfredo christiani

    Northern Sudan
    You’re a black ARAB who was brought up with over left food of (SAF) during the WAR, that’s why you’re supporting them very much. SAF boy, shut up or I kick your fucked ANUS

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  • 8 August 2012 17:34, by Southforlife

    And this is the latest victory of our great leaders!
    losing $12bln to our greatest enemies. they already stole $4bln from our innocent people. now they are giving our money simply away to our enemies, and after all this we still got many of our brothers supporting these thieves. why is our enemy always beat us on the field and negotiations? its because lack of money for our army and people.

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  • 8 August 2012 17:39, by Southforlife

    i wish Garang was still alive, these ncp assholes would have got their asses kicked a long time ago.
    these thieves here in power have stolen our money, why do many of us still support them? we have many of our brothers struggling to survive and our new nations is in deep crisis.
    terrorists in north are enjoying dams,bridges,buildings what do we have in south other than our long awaited freedom?

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  • 8 August 2012 17:45, by Southforlife

    why salva boys why?
    why do our people need to starve?
    why does heglig need to be under the control of extremists?
    why do we need to give away $12bln?
    why do people who stole $4 bln from our innocent people stay in power?
    i am not against my country, i am against the thieves ruling my new born country

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  • 8 August 2012 18:53, by Mapuor

    Well done Gat Machar Teny,your analysis is very good,you also mentioned the necessity of the agreement which is the most important thing as the South is already depleting its reserves.South Sudan needs such analysis in all areas,now how much do we lose to sinecures each year,plethora of commissions that do not have practical functions,hundreds of mps who offer The South nothing,education and

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    • 8 August 2012 19:02, by Mapuor

      health are our priorities plus agricultural development.Do we really know how much we lose to ghost battalions in the army?.do we really know how much we lose in payment of ghost names in all uniform services?Guys,its terrible,unemployment among educated youth is increasing at shocking rate.Building modern state need true modernization of all institution to the world standards

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  • 8 August 2012 23:10, by Blueman

    we S.Sudanese are we not ashamed to call aid, why do you agree when oil is not the area that can end the issue i think border is the issue we may tackle initially,you guys need to be vigilant in anyway with this Arab.

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  • 9 August 2012 00:25, by Matiop Panchol

    I wonder why anyone agreed to and signed all those financial assistance deals to Khartoum? Is South Sudan really richer than Sudan? What is going on? Think again. Did S. Sudan parliment approve those deals? If not then this is a mistake.

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    • 9 August 2012 00:42, by Northern Sudanese

      Matiop Panchol
      it is not a real financial aid
      it is used to pay the rest of our $36 p/b via the so called financial aid.

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  • 9 August 2012 01:11, by Thomas Aban

    President Kir should’ve listened to Dr. Lam Akol to include all register political parties in South Sudan in these talks. This deal was made solely by SPLM and their foes NCP… So why are they now crying? If others parties were included in these negotiations, South Sudan will have been celebrating a deal that serve their best interest without having the international community pressuring them...No

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  • 9 August 2012 05:37, by SeekingTruth

    What a confused party it is, the SPLM! How delusional for Machar to call for assistance of such amount of money when it was your very party you’re ruling who signed the accord? This article alone is another shame on us South Sudanese. I don’t see the dots that connect Mr. vice pres claims and the international community pressure on negotiation. Yes, the international community including USA and...

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    • 9 August 2012 05:46, by SeekingTruth

      ..some European countries did put on an alarm clock on this oil shortage thing probably because they knew South Sudan leadership will still give in( they thought you’re were too dump which seemed likely after this deal). However,you were entitled to your right, just that you did not stand by it. To this day, I still wonder what the SPLM leadership think of the USA! It’s just a piece of land like..

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      • 9 August 2012 05:59, by SeekingTruth

        South Sudan, also inhabited by the same Goddamn people like ourselves! The very same human beings who make average decisions of what is fair/better for their families, their businesses, their country etc. I don’t know what make the SPLM leadership think that United States of America including their sidekicks the UN, Europe will care so much about the youngest nation on earth in the soil of Africa!

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        • 9 August 2012 06:09, by SeekingTruth

          Now listen up Mr. vice president, men do not become crying babies when the situation hold, instead they stand up and make profound and fundamental decisions to correct their pitfalls. Yes, we all the average citizens of this beautiful nation knew we were going to be cheated on this damn deal and no way should we just be sitting here and there whining like little school girls, we have to find a way

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          • 9 August 2012 06:18, by SeekingTruth

            ...to at least scrap this deal as here in:
            1. Abyei issue must be attached to it..i.e if Khartoum still does not grant the 9 ngok to only vote then, oil flow wont commence
            2. all the disputed areas where oil is currently operating must be short down or else be shared equally by the 2 countries as per Panthou(Heglig) or oil flow won’t commence
            3.border demarcation must be done for once or else

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            • 9 August 2012 10:12, by pabaak

              Seekingtruth, you are right, I think any thing short of these three issues means this agreement should go to dust bin, its better we live in dignity without this agreement. We are not going to paid another price for another party wrong doing. enough when rampant corruption has paralyzed our economy for the last seven years. we can survive another 2 to 3 years without oil revenue until having our

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              • 9 August 2012 10:18, by pabaak

                dignify way of transporting our oil to international market, as long as they attached the security issues to the implementation of this agreement, then there is no of rushing to open the oil flaw as secretary general of the party said that the companies are prepared to resume operation within three week

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