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January 27, 2013 (JUBA) - South Sudan on Sunday expressed deep disappointment over the ongoing deadlock with its neighbor Sudan, blaming the international community for failing to resolve differences with the Sudanese government.

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South Sudanese justice minister John Luk Jok said his government had done everything possible to resolve differences with Sudan, maintaining that Khartoum had shown a lack of interest in ending the ongoing conflict.

Jok added there was also little courage from the international community to take "bold decision[s]" over the failure to respect and honour agreements which the two governments signed to end their long-running disputes.

"As the [South Sudanese] government, we have done everything possible to end this conflict but the problem has always been on the other side," Jok said on Sunday.

"The government of Sudan has never shown interest in resolving differences through peaceful dialogue and the international community shows little courage to take bold decision[s] to ensure the peace agreements are implemented", he added.

South Sudanese President Salva Kiir and his Sudanese counterpart Omer Al-Bashir were summoned to high-level bilateral talks earlier this week at the AU ahead of an African Union Peace and Security Council (AUPSC) meeting in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to discuss the implementation of agreements they both signed last September.

This follows their failure to resolve ongoing disputes over border regions, rebel groups, oil exportation and the status of contested areas, as well as Abyei’s final status.

Jok said Sudan was taking advantage of the reluctance of the international community to live up to its moral obligations. He made the remarks in an interview with Sudan Tribune on Sunday, during which he called on African leaders to mobilise support for his country in order to resolve outstanding differences with Sudan.

While expressing his country’s gratitude to the African Union (AU), regional bodies and the UN for their support during mediation efforts, "that were exerted to help us resolve through peaceful dialogue outstanding issues with Sudan", Jok said stronger action was needed to end the cycle of conflict.

"This support should not end with [the] signing of the agreement. They should also extend them to implementation", Jok told Sudan Tribune.

He said ongoing efforts must continue to focus on supporting peace and development in the continent, which would in turn bring stability and tangible results for member states and their endeavours.

Khartoum has also refused to allow the South to export its oil through Sudanese territory until it severs ties with the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-N) rebel fighters, active in the Sudanese border states of South Kordofan and Blue Nile.

South Sudan denies it is providing support to its former allies, accusing its neighbour of stalling negotiations by reneging on earlier agreements and making unfair demands.

Speaking at the AUPSC meeting on Sunday, Kiir called on African leaders to "shift from rhetoric to action" and decide on a binding framework to end ongoing conflicts between the two neighbours, stressing that endless discussions with Khartoum would yield few results.

This year’s AU summit is focused on addressing crises and conflict situations across the continent, including Sudan and South Sudan.

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  • 28 January 2013 07:09, by Jalaby

    Hey, thieves, don’t blame others for your failure, you need to blame yourselves thieves for lacking clear vision and embezzling oil money and create fake war situation with north to loot more money!!

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    • 28 January 2013 07:20, by LL Reuben

      Jalaby,
      You must be one lucky NIF mouth-piece that hasn’t been affected by ’deterioriting working conditions’ in NIF sponsored media. You probably don’t even know how much money Omar Bashier embezzled himself ($4BN) now that you keep talking about money stolen by South Sudanese. You’re just a NIF die-hard fan. Congratulations!!!?

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      • 28 January 2013 09:22, by okucu pa lotinokwan

        Colour also contributed on this,extension of Mbeki is another great failure on this ,since some of the Africa countries are still with the conficted president of Sudan is an issue now also.Incase of fighting started between the two countries again, blames should posted on the Africa countries who fail solve these issues between S Sudan and Sudan.
        OKUCU PA LOTINOKWAN

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    • 28 January 2013 07:23, by Jalaby

      Mr. Kiir and his delegation team have become very disappointed after AU leaders decided to extend Mr. Mbkey mandate to another 6 months to resolve the pending issues between Sudan & S sudan, Mr. Kiir and his group were hoping that AU leaders blame Sudan and push the issue to UNSC

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      • 28 January 2013 07:29, by Jalaby

        to impose a solution that meets the south wishes but unfortunately that is not the case now!
        Unless the south complies to our all demands by stop supporting SPLA-N and plotting evils against Sudan that pipeline will never ever be opened again, the south at the verge of collapsing and is surrounded by problems from everywhere

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        • 28 January 2013 07:35, by Jalaby

          We need to convince our Africans brothers that we love peace so they extend it another 6 months every time till the south stops plotting the evil against us or their thieves government collapse by itself from inside!!
          Our Africans brother leaders love us and will never harm us because they know very well that they’re our cousins, see Al-Bashir looks like them more

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          • 28 January 2013 07:41, by Jalaby

            than Mr. Kiir, our team in Addis look exactly like them in terms of "face-look" and color skin!!
            I told you, Nilotic people (Dinka, Nuer & Shulluk) don’t look like Africans at all, they’ve the darkest color skin (I’ll tell you the reason later why they’ve the darkest color) in our plant, they only look like themselves!! May be they’re aliens!! who knows?!

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            • 28 January 2013 09:33, by Rambang

              Jalaby, in case you haven’t notice, you are the darkest arabs in the entire world. Now I understand, why you try to prove that you are more Arabs than others by being the wicked. You are trying yo cover up for your skin color. For us though we are very proud of our color which is unique and true African.

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              • 28 January 2013 09:56, by master

                LL
                your womens always using cream to bleach their coluors
                why and why and why ?

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            • 28 January 2013 11:29, by Liberal

              Dear Jallaby,
              I thought you are learned person that can differentiate Identity from territorial disputes. Sudan gov’t do not know the meaning of negotiations and they know if South Sudan’s oil is allow to flow, it will be strengthening of South Sudan economically and militarily.I hope you are well aware of the fact that South Sudan is willing to bring permanent peace between the two Sudans.

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              • 28 January 2013 11:37, by Liberal

                And that is the very reason why the government of South Sudan is blaming the international community because Sudan do not want peace with us, and they do not know the meaningful negotiations. Can you believe South Sudan have pledged 3 billions to Sudan and many other packages and yet Sudan is in opposing position. What do you think any country with any sense would do in this scenario? going 2 war!

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                • 28 January 2013 11:48, by Liberal

                  I hope Mr. Jallaby if all this contention issues are not resolved, there will be no peace between two Sudans. Can you remember the occupation of Heglig by SPLA last April? War is all about destruction and lost of lives and that’s why we are advocating for peaceful resolution of all issues. It is an offend to insult your opponents when the topic is unrelated to their attitudes. thanks to you all.

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              • 28 January 2013 15:48, by wadbakad

                Mr. Liberal
                Don’t think that the people of the Sudan hates the southern or understimates them, but when they separated they started to be hostile as if the Sudan was oppressing them. All the world knows that this people is very consciouse and gentle all Africans from neighbouring countreis see in Sudan the peace and respect, but not you. We will be glad if you expel our rebels like Arman and Alhi

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          • 28 January 2013 10:06, by whatsayyou

            To: Jalaby
            Are you very stupid? please stop talking nonsenses on south sudan, why leaving your dictator Bashir , wise Sudanese are still blaming him of his bad rule this why south sudan divorce Sudan. it is not the problem of Sudanese people but only bashir behavior.

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      • 28 January 2013 07:34, by LL Reuben

        Jalaby,
        Did you found those excerts from SMC website? Your Bashier days are numbered believe it and if your government wishes is that the RoSS fail forget it, it will never happen. There is a market for underground resource you’re probably oblivios to that reality as I can see. How will you survived while getting torched by SPLA-N, Durfur and South Sudan Army (SPLA)?

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      • 28 January 2013 07:55, by wadbakad

        Let them cry and blame others for their failure, they were expecting more loose stands from the Sudan. No oil, no peace unless you get rid off your zibala spla/n . What does this name "splm/n " mean , small spla,why the Janubians like more Arman and his stupid followers. Bagan Said "our old brothers", what about now are they still brothers?Be honest with yur self lol and tell your poor pple the tr

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        • 28 January 2013 08:10, by Hardball

          Wadbakad and Jalaby,
          You guys think South Sudan cannot resolve this issue by itself? We did it last time at Panthou and you guys were crying at the UN. You NCP clowns can’t even take control over Darfur, Kordofans and Blue Nile rebels; What make you think you can defend all South Sudanese border territories when South Sudan come in and do it by force?

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          • 28 January 2013 09:59, by Morthon Akol

            My dear, that is a language which can be understand by international community if South Sudan did the same what they did in Panthou, the issue can even resolves itself without international community believe me.that what so call Africn Union will not resolve the issue between Sudan and South Sudan.

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      • 28 January 2013 11:26, by hamil

        You know what you are at Jalaby? A silly uneducated little brut Arsehole and you call call yourselves Arabs? Are you people Arabs anyway? No you are not but you’re the fake version or "wanna be Arabs" better said. You people luck history and Origin. We simply know the Notherners as Destitutes, Landless and Thieves coz that’s what you are. Go fuck your Ancestors Graves you moronic Muslim Sinners

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    • 28 January 2013 07:32, by Johndumo14

      Which international community you are talking about?
      It is the government of Salva Kiir to take acton NOW !!
      Take what is yours and then the world will come and see .
      Have you seen what the UN or the AU is playing dirty games with Mali and somalia? Weak organizations don`nt ever,ever rely on them never,they said Mali intervention force must wait until August.Your house is on fire ,can you wait?

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      • 28 January 2013 08:38, by nuer food lovers

        John Luk atleast now u re fulfilling the foot shoes of Pangan Amum.even though u re one of Nyigateen.our government is failing us.even a capable gays like u who fear Arabs.Arab will not honored any agreement unless we take up AK47.as we did in Heglig.

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        • 28 January 2013 08:56, by wang

          nuer food lovers”
          This is national issues and stops your tribalism comments. Your argument is also an absurd, John Luk Joak was/is die heart SPLA since he joins the moment.

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          • 28 January 2013 09:12, by Paul

            Our government need to understand that there is no international community but bunch of wolf and bullies waiting to silence small countries with no power economically, politically and militarily. Either our government relinguish all the contested areas to sudan or take them by force and then go to peace talk later. Did our government really think international community care about little S. suda

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          • 28 January 2013 10:17, by nuer food lovers

            ooh mr.wang&LL Rueban,plse sorry i mean guy not (gay)and mean that John Luk is Arab fearless man,it was typing era.
            But for nyigatism is the colour for easy identification of Nassir gangsters.
            And u Nuer empire idon,t talk to badgers hollering hog,retarded drunkard person like u,son of dirty woman.
            Plse,John Luk sorry sir.those dog ie Nuer empire,Dinka dominated splm/a have mislead me.

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            • 28 January 2013 10:49, by Nuer Empire

              Nuer Food lover:Idiot! am better than you and so does my mother to your insane mother!I don’t have any league with Dinka Dominated SPLA(am anti Dinka Dominated SPLA/M,Jallaby,Warrior,North Sudanese,Master or vulture and Nuer Food lover).I know you are the same Dinka Dominated SPLA multiplying with different names!!
              The Nuer Empire

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            • 28 January 2013 10:53, by Rambang

              nuer food lovers, the word Nyagat simply means a trader. And the name “nuer food lovers” is not intellectual but tribal insult. But I am not interested in any discussion with you though. Have a good time.

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        • 28 January 2013 09:11, by LL Reuben

          Food Lover,
          If you’re intellectually bankbrupt you needn’t to divert real issues into some pathetic juvenile charting, primitively crafted to insult other siginificant societies. John Luk is earnesting for betterment of the RoSS, how does he deserves those gross insults from you?

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        • 28 January 2013 09:37, by Nuer Empire

          Nuer Food lover:
          You will be in the hell continuing to say "Nyagat" You are another gay against Nuer!Did you attend any school?Yaeh ,the school of tribalisms from the bottom of your heart.You like it.The school of professionalism is hard for you son of bitch.
          ***The Nuer Empire***

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        • 28 January 2013 09:38, by Nuer Empire

          Nuer Food lover:
          You will be in the hell continuing to say "Nyagat" You are another gay against Nuer!Did you attend any school?Yaeh ,the school of tribalisms from the bottom of your heart.You like it.The school of professionalism is hard for you son of bitch.
          ***The Nuer Empire***

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    • 28 January 2013 09:14, by Jalaby


      You can see from this picture how those Africans leaders mixed their blood with Arab,they all look exactly the same, president Kibaki is their cousin I believe!!!

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      • 28 January 2013 09:28, by Paul

        galagy (jalaby).....you suffering from infriority..seek help. this also reveals you are not Sudan or in Africa whatsoever.

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      • 28 January 2013 09:46, by Nuer Empire

        Gay Jallaby:Listen thug!The physical appearances of every individuals are under environmental modification whether be a food,water.Env’tal influence is the core detector for our skins in South Sudan the richest nation in terms of natural resources.I don’t see any similarities between Bashir and those Africans and I don’t see any differences with Nilotes as you mentioned.What about L Akol ur idol?

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        • 28 January 2013 09:53, by Nuer Empire

          What about Lam Akol your poletical partner(idol)who hail from Nilotic families does he look like fake Arabs?Hidding under the key boards is a big problem for you!You need to study the cause of biological differences among living organisms and make you become gay.Money is the only cause for being a gay!Even those African leaders will laugh at u.By the way,u are not similar to Morrocans,Tunisians...

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          • 28 January 2013 09:58, by Nuer Empire

            Egyptians,Libyans and the rest of Arabs.They view you as dirty people who fulfill their needs whenever they demand to do it.Now your economy is getting sours and I can’t see your helpers.Sudan TV is shut down because there is no fund from oil money!Where will you go fake Arabs?
            **The Nuer Empire**

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            • 28 January 2013 11:37, by Jalaby

              Monkey Rauch (Nuer Empire),
              I’ll communicate with you the language you understand son of a bitch!
              Ka cu ro tou thar kerekni maa.Enga dual ke ji mo?
              E jin thar cieth mi kuiy ni ngith de!!mi loki kuaar e caru;mo kuaa ji kueth ke i "Gay" ngodi cie ling!
              Thar cieth, jiok ti kuiy ngiethdien!!! go to heal idiot monkey!!

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              • 28 January 2013 14:50, by Nuer Empire

                Am not rauch mr gay

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              • 29 January 2013 03:24, by Panthou

                Damn gay jalaby! Why are you speaking Dinka? Guac yiin amok menh joong! Don’t write this language here again next time please! Write in Arabic, if you’re an Arab ......

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      • 28 January 2013 13:46, by jwok

        HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
        Sudaneses are not Arab they are Jalaba from Jalabia
        but not any nation whose wears Jalabiya are Arab
        Sudan not included in Arab world
        HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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        • 28 January 2013 19:10, by Nuer Empire

          Yae they force themselves where they are viewed as dirty people

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    • 28 January 2013 18:58, by Paulino Miabek de Minyiel.

      Jalaby, what kind of vision are you always referring to here? What kind of vision do rats have in that mess up country? Wash your butt and leave we are coming soon! We will see on who will benefits from that failed talk.

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  • 28 January 2013 07:10, by LL Reuben

    John Luk is correct in his assessment of the so-called "Global Community" in how they’ve ignored griviances of the RoSS against the government in Khartoum lead by none other than a vile criminal and a mass murder of inocents in Omar Bashier. I’ve been saying that South Sudan is being used as an experiment by the power world and this are the same remarks Mr. Luk has just stated.

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    • 28 January 2013 07:50, by master

      LL
      do you think the global comminty is employee in your office
      without global comminty you have not state today

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  • 28 January 2013 07:48, by wang

    I think we should only blaming the (AU) for their failures to resolves those issue b/t South & North not entire international community. They are the ones (AU) who rejected to referred those matters to (UN) and promises the lies to the international community they will resolves those outstanding issues like borders, Abyei and oil disputes. John Luk was afraid to mention the (AU) is a one who compl

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  • 28 January 2013 07:49, by wang

    John Luk was afraid to mention the (AU) is a one who complicating both Sudan situations, but try to confuses the readers

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    • 28 January 2013 08:47, by LL Reuben

      Wang,
      AU should be blamed for the most if it is of any susbstance but factually,they are just marionettes of the Western world only locomotive when the strings are pulled on them. Luk is right, to blame the ’global community’ but he should’ve blamed his government too, of which he plays significant roles. The’re few things they should’ve managed if they didn’t Puerilely refused be responsible.

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      • 28 January 2013 09:16, by wang

        I greed with both of you LL Reuben and Rambang, but just a frustration to the (AU) policies in this continent.

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    • 28 January 2013 08:58, by Rambang

      Wang, pressure to implement the agreements must come from all the concern bodies including the Great Lakes region, IGAD, Arab League, AU and UN plus concern countries like China (Global Community). All these groups are involve in the negotiation. AU is only leading, the not the sole negotiator. AU alone is not enough.

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      • 28 January 2013 10:22, by EES Kingmaker

        Rambang,
        You have stated the obvious. International and Continental bodies like AU, AL and other partners edge to failure as our trust has been squandered. We have not given them weightiest, sufficient diplomacy and material inducements where need arises. It is time RSS should play any devil role to give those bodies heavy political pressure such that they may comply with our demands.

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        • 28 January 2013 10:29, by EES Kingmaker

          In this world, if you want your problem get solved and seek someone’s assistance, appeal to what underlies his/her interests or accrued gains. The AU, US, EU, UN, AL and China expect our assurances as to what their interests should be if the issues are resolved and peace restored between Sudan and South Sudan. Remember current nation states put their interests first if they are to attend to—

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          • 28 January 2013 10:31, by EES Kingmaker

            our woes and deadlock that has bedeviled us in South Sudan for years on end.

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    • 28 January 2013 12:34, by Ruach

      Jalaby,It appears now you insult me through "neur empire."I have been busy for my international duties for two months now.Don’t insult me yaagay!

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  • 28 January 2013 08:06, by George Bol

    We will complain and complaint but we are going nowhere. Sudan can not understand agreement with the South but just to honored it for good. We need to stop talking about oil but Abyei, border towns,and S.kordufan and Blue Nile-the remaining CPA sections. Complaining for what?let study them and if they refuse and try to take our areas,then let called it a last word and move toward Khartoum.

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  • 28 January 2013 08:11, by bianaathling

    Why AU is just pretending to solve this issue and the issue is already beyond their capacity.Mr.cow boy you need to think big this time around do not wast many tickets to go to Addis for a meeting again because it seems that international communities are not doing enough to solve the problems.why is it always Bashir to disobey agreement?

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  • 28 January 2013 08:49, by Gaddfa

    it is so a shame that our govt only see things if they are suffered setback of person interesting. were they not aware of this all a long? i hope those of Bashir refuse completely to allow the following of oil again. a shame on you once again for keep making shallow decision.

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    • 28 January 2013 10:38, by Nuer Empire

      John Luk Jock is the only man who qualifies and should give them pressure

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  • 28 January 2013 10:22, by Otong

    To GoSS,
    You have obligations as the government of a free country to reject this nonsense from AU leaders, and try to fine other alternatives to export our oil; since when can AU solve any of African problems? AU is more like Arab League, who since its formation has never achieved anything at all. We should not waste our time trying to convince North to allow us to use their pipe line. Let start

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    • 28 January 2013 10:23, by Otong

      Let start by building strong government system and institutions where the law and order is above all and respected by all, those government institutions can work out and plan to explore other minerals that does not require North Sudan pipe line for exportation, build oil refineries in South Sudan for internal use and export to our neighbouring countries in return for hard currency.

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      • 28 January 2013 10:24, by Otong

        Strong government institutions will attract investors to come and invest money in South Sudan, in the world of economic, strong government institutions mean stability and that what most investors look for to inter into new market.
        Our government should not focus on oil only and forget about the other minerals that we are blessed with in South Sudan, we have rivers full of fish, bush full of wildl

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        • 28 January 2013 10:25, by Otong

          fruitlet land for agricultural , minerals in underground such as (Gold, uranium, ion nor, cooper and many more).
          Those strong government institutions should then hair expertise (not relatives) to plan and run institutions, in return we pay them generously, not expertises from those fail states in third world, because you can tell a good tree by it fruit.
          Just opinions from a proud son of South S

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          • 28 January 2013 12:23, by Ruach

            Otong:Welcome back from your long absence international duties.I will be away for some days or months.

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          • 28 January 2013 12:46, by Nuer Empire

            Confused Jallaby:am very much different from Rauch.You are an enemy to any one in this from due to your racist words and lies.Pasting those words will never help you or stop me from what I can say.I’m anti Arabs by any costs.
            **The Nuer Empire**

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  • 28 January 2013 13:24, by Pif Paf

    S.Sudan should not blame anyone but itself. The int community is not stupid. SPLA can sell a lie that they are not supporting SRF to their people but they cannot sell it to the int community. Only a naive person will belive SPLA lie. That’s y they will not get support from our African brothers. No oil, No Trade , No nothing until SPLA show good intentions.

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    • 29 January 2013 03:49, by Panthou

      But, Mr. Pif paf. Things will get worse for you now, if you think that failed talk will do bad for us. But, believe me, when things get heat up later; don’t run to the media and call U.N again like what did in panthou in April last year. This time! When we go back to panthou n will be no withdrawal.
      By panthou.

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  • 28 January 2013 23:56, by Tutbol

    ...and Southern africa alone for we are well aware of their neo-colonialism tricks. The West & their arab financiers don’t give a damn about our people, they only want our resources that is all. They are just watching the SBN & SK crises escalated by the criminals but they just want to keep these criminals in power so as not to spoil their neo-colonists New Dubai project to be created in the...

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    • 29 January 2013 01:12, by Tutbol

      ...N Sudan at the expense of innocents marginalise Sudanese who have suffered a great deal than any civillian in the world. No one of a sound mind will buy the West & arabs’s greeds & intrigues kind of diplomacy anymore in the East & Southern Africa save in the West africa where they are still considered messiahs. The same international community knows the CPA clauses of Abyiei, SK & SBN signed..

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      • 29 January 2013 01:27, by Tutbol

        ...by both parties but the North failed to honour SK & SBN popular consultation clause instead opted to disarm the disatisfied natives by force & the same North violated the Abyiei clause & invaded it. And now this same international community only pressured the South to given in to the North demands. The international community thinks, it can bully S Sudanese to their greeds & intrigues but

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        • 29 January 2013 02:15, by Tutbol

          ...no one will buy this unveiled & bias diplomacy the international community is imposing on the marginalised Sudanese & S Sudanese. S Sudanese should watch out for these greedy nations who want to compel the unwilling nations to their greedy ways of life.

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