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Sudan’s ruling party welcomes Bashir-Kiir summit

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December 24, 2012 (KHARTOUM) —The ruling National Congress Party (NCP) welcomed the organization of a summit between the Sudanese president Omer Al-Bashir and his South Sudanese counterpart Salva Kiir before the African Union summit next month.

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Sudanese President Omer Hassan al-Bashir ( L) shakes hands with his South Sudanese counterpart Salva Kiir in Addis Ababa on 14 July 2012 (SUNA)

Negotiating delegations from both countries agreed last week in Addis Ababa to meet after Christmas and New Year holidays as the two parties agreed partially on the implementation of security deals. The next January meetings, of the joint political security committee, will focus on the rebels’ issue.

Initially the mediation was planning to organise a meeting between the two presidents on the margins of the African Union annual meeting to discuss to discuss besides the rebels’ issue, Abyei and the disputed areas.

NCP spokesperson, Badr al-Deen Ibrahim, said his party welcomes a presidential meeting between Bashir and Kiir before the African Union "if it is in the interest of the implementation of the agreements signed between the two countries".

Speaking after a meeting of the party’s political sector, Ibrahim said that Khartoum supports and welcomes any step leading towards the enforcement of Cooperation Agreement and paves the way for the establishment of good-neighborly relationship.

He expressed hope that the two parties would demonstrate the necessary political will to enforce what has been agreed, and reiterated Sudan’s commitment to what was signed in Addis Ababa.

The official was reacting to statements by Luka Biong, member of South Sudan negotiating team, to Khartoum based Al-Sahafa daily newspaper where he said that a South Sudanese delegation will arrive to Khartoum to discuss the presidential summit.

Ibrahim denied that Sudanese government has blocked the implementation of the agreements inked on 27 September. He further called on the mediation and the international community to exert the necessary pressure on any of the parties they consider obstructing its implementation.

Khartoum which has long accused Juba of supporting rebel groups particularly the SPLM-N, refuses to allow the exportation of South Sudanese oil through its pipeline and the Red Sea ports asking it to disengage with the Sudanese insurgents

In addition, it says Juba did not yet withdraw its troops from the disputed areas. The South Sudanese army due to the rainy session was not able to redeploy its troops and their heavy military materials from these areas.

(ST)

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  • 25 December 2012 08:42, by Jalaby

    It’s just a matter of time till Mr. Kiir disarms SPLA-N and kicks their asses out of the south because the guy is left with no choice otherwise it would be like committing a suicide as his country is running out of money, economy is about to collapse, fighting, cattle raiding, killing journalist and now shooting civilians in Wau and killing Fartit people!

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    • 25 December 2012 08:50, by Jalaby

      Mr. Kiir is a liar, actually a big liar and no one trusts him except moron people, he hates disarming SPLA-N not because he loves them but because he hates Arab/Jalaba and won’t hesitate for a moment to support devil himself if that choice would destroy Sudan!
      Mr. Kiir and his thugs have no vision or clear road map at all on what to do next?

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      • 25 December 2012 08:59, by Jalaby

        Mr. Kiir and his thugs job for now is as follow:
        1. Rule the south by the iron and fire
        2. Tease and harass Arab/Jalaba in the north
        3. Loot oil money
        4. Kill journalists and terrorize them
        5. Kill Fartit and other minority ethnic group
        6. Keep people busy and encourage them fighting over cows
        Mr. Kiir and his thugs have no vision at all and are useless people!

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        • 25 December 2012 09:21, by Tutbol

          Mr. Jalaby,
          Why don’t you just zip up your mouth chap if you don’t have something important to write, than spewing your vitriolic rants on S Sudanese & their leaders on this site?

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        • 25 December 2012 09:54, by Ayom Ayom

          Tit for Tat,
          We will not allow Arabs nomadic tribes such as Miseria and others to cross into South Sudan with their animals, they will die by hunger and thirst.

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        • 25 December 2012 18:19, by Nguetbuny de Luelpiny

          Jalaba SPLANS is the same SPLA. They can not Disarm themselves to be murdered by Arab slave children from North. Who dare to listen to evil Arab settlers,it is time ticking for SPLA to over run the North mainland. Jalaba will run to middles,than Isreali will take care of them there. SPLA will take care of Arab in Africa land. Arab time time is number in African. Kiir have no power to disarm SPLA-N

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      • 25 December 2012 20:29, by Nyakuzuny

        hey Stupid Jalaby Fuck you and your big Liar President Aljerima , who are you please in Sudan , poolish you are not really Sudanese; were you come from Exactly ? you are our Slaves here in Sudan . I don’t wont to talk with Stupid man like you.

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      • 25 December 2012 20:53, by Nyakuzuny

        Jalaby you very really Stupid man , what do you mean about SPLM-N for Disarming in South Sudan and you know that South Sudan is another Country , please Let them SPLM-N fucking all of you in the North we will not helping you any more ,let them starting fucking from Omher Aljerima and fucking Alli Osman TTaa, Napi Al Napi, Dr. Turabi and the rest of Stupid Arabs in Khartoum fuck all of them .

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      • 26 December 2012 20:05, by Peacocktail

        SPLA-JIU Help to slash out JEM in May 2008 when they enter into Khartuom, SPLA-JIU did miracle by reinforce Khartuom bari bridge and dislodge JEM fighters from taking Khartuom because we were believing of power change in Khartuom through Dialogue and Election. NCP is a fake party killing Sudanese, South SUdan got her own affairs not disarming SPLA-N fighters, they are independant rebels in Sudan.

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    • 25 December 2012 09:36, by Ayom Ayom

      Hi Jalaby, that is how you think and those are your words.
      If South Sudan has that capacity to disarm about 15,000 SPLA North rebels, then South Sudan should rather disarm SAF and the entire North Sudan instead of rebels.

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    • 25 December 2012 12:15, by South South

      South Sudan, stop talking to penguins, they are sub-human and they will not honor any agreement. These are not people but penguins. Leave them alone.

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    • 25 December 2012 18:07, by Baring

      Kiir is westing time with so call talking with Bashir orsummit. Nothing is coming good from this summit beleive me.

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    • 26 December 2012 20:11, by Peacocktail

      The Presidents summit is not how and by who, when and why,what about SPLA-N /SRF. Khartuom intended to believes in terroring Sudanese and by listening to rights of people. Talking of SPLA-N, why now, LJEM Agreement is already dishonored in darfurs. they are not interesting in peace. World/intercommunity should support the ideas of regime change in Khartuom by SRF forces. they should helps 2 achiev

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  • 25 December 2012 13:13, by panchol

    jalaby or Jalabia.
    Your comment is just a reverse to what happening to NCP who has nowhere to steal money. Right now RSS has decided to open some refineries in states of producing oil. Yes SS may except the collapsing of its economics compare to your criminal and most corrupted government of Sudan who has been there independently for 56 years depending on South Sudanese.

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  • 25 December 2012 13:27, by panchol

    continue..
    come to Juba now, you will be wonder until the fly will enter into your mouth unknowingly. In the South Sudan, There development.
    Tall buildings & Tomarck roads which had not ever there since God created this world. come and see you will be sorry about what you did to junubean.

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  • 25 December 2012 13:42, by panchol

    jalaby.
    "Let it sounds well into your hears". How can South Sudan army go to disarm rebels of an other country. SPLM. the South Sudanese ruling party can not order your criminal and most corrupted Government to disarm its rebels.You are like some who says make use of your mother as your wife.
    "Empty vessels make more noise".lol internationally it is not there!lol!

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