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Khartoum unhappy with US plans for a South Sudan donor conference

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February 19, 2013 (KHARTOUM) – The Sudanese government criticized a proposed plan by the United States to host a South Sudan donors conference saying it will embolden Juba not to implement cooperation agreement signed last year.

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South Sudanese soldiers stand during President Salva Kiir’s visit to an oil refinery in Melut, Upper Nile State, South Sudan on November 20, 2012 (Getty Images)

The Sudanese foreign ministry spokesperson Al-Obeid Marwih suggested that Washington was seeking to avert what it saw as an imminent economic collapse in the oil-rich South Sudan.

Princeton Lyman, the outgoing U.S. special envoy to Sudan, announced last week that they will pull donors together to figure out ways by which they can assist the nation which came to life in July 2011.

The U.S. official warned that a collapse in South Sudan "would be calamitous" for the entire region.

More than a year ago, Juba suspended its oil production in response to Sudan’s seizure of a portion of the exported oil to make up for what it says are unpaid transit fees. The landlocked nation however, could only export its oil through the pipelines that run through Sudan’s territories and end at the Red Sea port city.

Last September, the two countries resolved the oil transit fee row and signed a deal, among several others in Ethiopia, to resume exports but Khartoum insists that security arrangements must be concluded first before it is implemented.

Marwih said that the conference will have a "negative impact" on the cooperation accords as Juba will drag its feet on outstanding security issues with Sudan.

The Sudanese official stressed that Juba backtracked on what was agreed upon in relation to resolving security issues and allowing for executing all cooperation deals in one go.

He alleged that lobby groups in Washington pressed the Obama administration to hold the conference for fear of seeing the new state drown into chaos.

Marwih said that South Sudan’s economy is in deep trouble because of the oil production halt adding that international community was keen on seeing Khartoum and Juba resolve their differences so that oil exports can resume and provide the much-needed cash.

In a related issue the ruling National Congress Party (NCP) expressed concern about situation in South Sudan in the wake of changes ordered by Salva Kiir in the army.

The NCP Organizational Communication officer Hamed Sideeg said that his party has failed to understand the direction or predict policies of South Sudan government due to different factions and pressure groups in Juba.

Sideeg expressed hope that Kiir’s army reshuffle would mean that pro-peace groups would prevail but warned that this change was nonetheless prompted by tribal considerations.

He said that Khartoum does not care who rules in Juba noting that they are only interested in maintaining good ties with South Sudan.

The NCP official also pointed out that Lyman remarks on a collapse in South Sudan is an indication of the west’s failure in continuing support to Juba which he said is plagued with corruption and lacks the ingredient of a state.

He said that United Nations and international aid groups provided the basic needs for Southern Sudanese and eventually managed to influence the policies of Juba’s government.

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  • 20 February 2013 05:23, by Jalaby

    Don’t worry about it because the south is full of thieves, I believe only one or two thieves in the south will swallow the whole money that donors will pay, it will never reach the hands of poor people in the south!
    Mr. Kiir will write to them another letters to return the money they stole afterward!

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    • 20 February 2013 05:30, by Chol

      Khartoum is not going to find happiness in South Sudan; if the Sudanese need happiness, let them find it somewhere else not here!

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      • 20 February 2013 06:30, by Paul Chadrack

        There is no need to help south sudan with this current system in place. all the coming funds will be swallow by the corruption hole already dug by kiir’s and his Bhar el Gazel groups. better let them collapse first and then rise the people of this country not the kiirs,that is where democracy will previal in south sudan.

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      • 20 February 2013 09:25, by Paul

        So it seems Sudan is "salivating" over the collapse of South Sudan so that they can instill their puppet Lam Akol as S. Sudan president and above all get free oil & oppress our people in BlueNile, Darfur and Khordufan in the name of new brotherly nation? what a dream! Keep dreaming towel heads.

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        • 20 February 2013 15:58, by Chol

          Paul, that’s really funny, installed Lam Akol in South Sudan?! First of all Khartoum need to have money since all the monies were from South Sudan they no longer control. Second of all; they need to have control over Darfur, Kordofans and Blue Nile regions. After that you can dream of doing anything in South Sudan!

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    • 20 February 2013 05:41, by Ayuiu Makuac Lam

      Jalaby
      Non implementation of cooperation agreement is not due to the donation of south sudan. Non implementation is in the hands of both countries.

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      • 20 February 2013 05:59, by Jalaby

        This is ridiculous..The south shut down its oil production by its hands and closed the only source of food and money that can keep them alive and they thought Khartoum economy will collapse soon and Sudan will soon comply to their all conditions and will allow south oil to pass with only $1 or $2 maximum cost of transition fee and

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        • 20 February 2013 06:09, by Snipper

          @Jalaby, SPLA has been instructed to deploy along the border and as you and your uncles still dropping arms to Yau Yau, we will soon supply SPLM-N with real tanks and fresh new amunitions. Nothing will stop us and in fact SPLM-N controlled more than 50% of the border with south sudan.

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        • 20 February 2013 06:11, by Jalaby

          Sudan will give away Abyei to south (be more accurate and say sell Abyei to them for $1.2bn) but look at what happened? Sudan was able to repulse that critical and deadly oil attack successfully and managed to reduce that high risk to its minimum despite it came to them at very high cost but look what is happening to south now?

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          • 20 February 2013 06:19, by Jalaby

            That deadly arrow (oil) they sent against Sudan rebounded and came back and hit them right at their big belly and now the south at the verge of full collapse that I used to say every time but no one wants to believe me until Mr. Lyman ringed the bell and said the south will collapse and rushed to beg money for them!!

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            • 20 February 2013 06:33, by Jalaby

              This is ridiculous they shut down their oil production and starved their people to death and now US wants to "beg" money for them despite they messed the whole situation by themselves,they refused to accept Mbkey & Zenawy first draft solution in Addis when Bashir accepted it while Kiir rejected it despite Sudan didn’t say disarm SPLA-N first at that time

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              • 20 February 2013 06:42, by Jalaby

                because they were hoping or "had strong believe" that Sudan economy can’t survive without south oil and it will be just a matter of time till the government in Khartoum collapse and friendly government under the leadership of Aggar will take place and the south will be able to export its oil for free and use the whole Sudan properties for free! what visionless people?

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                • 20 February 2013 06:53, by Jalaby

                  Giving billion of dollars to the south now is nothing than a call for war and encouraging them to fight Khartoum Although a big amount of that US denoted money will go to thieves pockets first no doubt but the rest of that money for sure they will use it to buy weapons to fight their eternal enemy Arab/Jalaba north,

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                  • 20 February 2013 07:02, by Jalaby

                    They believe in "Conspiracy Theorem" when it comes to Arab/Jalaba north,to them,Arab/Jalaba will always remain the ugly devil with two horns,the main source of of the migraine headache and all the troubles that the south is going through and experiencing all the time,according to their believe,eliminating Arab/Jalaba from the map is the only way out!!what visionless?

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                    • 20 February 2013 08:36, by AdierCien

                      In The Name Of The Trinity God Amen
                      The only thing arab must TO DO is to stop provocative talk against South Sudan and concerntrate on their own internal security systems. SPLA-N is capable of bringing you down to the knee yet you still hanging around. The big surprise is coming soon where you will hear news bulletin regarding the success of SPLM-N.

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                    • 20 February 2013 08:44, by Jalaby

                      What Khartoum should do now? Khartoum road-map should go into two directions:
                      1. Diplomatic effort and work hard around the globe and criticize this denotation and convince the donors that this money Juba will use it to buy weapons and fight Khartoum and will never reach to the hungry mouths in the south

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                      • 20 February 2013 08:52, by Jalaby

                        Khartoum should use their wonderful diplomatic effort and convince the whole world this donation money is nothing but "initiative" for new war from the south against Sudan the same way they did it in Heglig!
                        Sudan has a good diplomatic methodology and convinced our African brothers leaders not to move Abyei issue to UNSC and they succeeded!

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                        • 20 February 2013 09:08, by Jalaby

                          2. Speed up the process of toppling the government in Juba, Khartoum milestones and incident period time should be changed now and they should have "exception plan" instead of the original one, they should conduct an urgent meeting with Yau Yau,Lam Akol,Johnson Olony,etc and discussed the new requirements for toppling quickly the swinging thugs government in Juba!!

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                          • 20 February 2013 13:15, by Sudan virus

                            Hahahahahahahaha!
                            Jalaby wish a move against Kiir like what was signed (down charter)in Ugandan Capital Kampala against World Criminal Bashir!Hahahahahahahaa!!!! No hope for the Sudan’s NCP and hopeless peole like Jalaby.

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                      • 20 February 2013 09:29, by cbuongdit cholkua

                        jallaby,what the hell is wrong with you kid? you needs that money to be given to you so that you can expended your TERRORIST ORGANIZATION? You wish shithole, that will never happen untill Jesus come

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                      • 20 February 2013 22:15, by Panthou

                        Jalaby, to hard in this global, you need to have a license. The license that only Sudan have is only ICC license. Therefore, you can’t use that for political purposes. Anyway, find another of doing this.

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                    • 20 February 2013 09:47, by cbuongdit cholkua

                      No Jalaby stop crying nobody want to wept you out of the map, misconception. My wish to you is that, if something happen like what happened to SODOM and GUMORA, Yeah, that was natural-cause. That’s all you need and all Arab but only North

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              • 20 February 2013 06:46, by zulu

                WHAT IS THIS NUER SELLOUT CALLED JALABY SAYING AND TO WHO? EAT FOOD OF THE JALABA QUIETLY.
                ALSO, SUDAN SHOULD KNOW THAT US IS OUR ALLAY. WHY ARE THEY COMPLAINING ABOUT US, ISRAEL AND SOUTH SUDAN WHEN THEY BOLDLY SUPPORT IRAN? WHO HAS NOT DEMARKADED THE BORDER, COOPERATION AND SECURITY PROGRAMS? WHAT DID THE CPA SAY ABOUT THE STATUS OF BN, NM?

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              • 20 February 2013 07:13, by Ahmado

                To mr Jallaby
                you are right to say that because our government in is already in hands of illitrate leaders their jobs are only drink,food, encourage inter tribe war amongst the tribes in south killing innocent people,stealing public funds and fail to protect citizen from aggression attack from SAF.

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                • 20 February 2013 16:03, by Chol

                  Ahmado, name the leaders of your choice to take control of South Sudan; and if not then you should stop the noise!

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              • 20 February 2013 08:06, by Nuer Empire

                Gays;You greedy animals,the fake Arabs of Sudan.When are you gonna be happy in your hell there? If you are in crises you hate another person.Focus on your hell there.Do you think your sanctions will be terminated? No.
                The Nuer Empire

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          • 20 February 2013 09:20, by cbuongdit cholkua

            What is happening in South Jallaba. Stop being a crying baby, what makes you feel jealous when South Sudan is help from its ally? you been aided for more 50 years and you still helpless. My friend watch, we just got here. N-Sudan wants a strong ties with South; that is a big No none we don’t want to hear it. then disconnect your cord. Thank you MONYDEMOOR

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        • 20 February 2013 06:14, by Chol

          Jalaby, you were demanding $ 40 per barrel transit fee; now we are wishing you good luck to go find any country in Africa to sign that deal for you. It’s over now stop whining about South Sudanese affairs! We told you over and over that Sudan is not the only way our oil goes to the market, there are countless ways and one of the ways is through Kenya.

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    • 20 February 2013 06:01, by Wek Kawaja

      Jalaba,
      Shut the fuck up if u cant stand us no more, now khartoum unhappy wit decision the USA made 2 held S.Sudan n the national criminal party (ncp) is cryin bt nothin will prevent our Ally n friendly nation 2 help us so mr jalaba ur a noise maker here n ur diggin ur own grave when u incite ppl against ppl get over ur thick skull dumb ass luuthy ya jena sharmuuth....

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    • 20 February 2013 08:34, by cbuongdit cholkua

      Yea bastard, you don’t have to be worried just continue crying I DO NOT FEEL YOUR PAIN. What a sad day!!

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    • 20 February 2013 09:50, by okucu pa lotinokwan

      Why Khartoum are happy when they saw south Sudan people are suffering,that why they refuse to implement the cooperation agreemnet Jalaby,Sorry for that but God will not agree on.Jalaby we are very aware of those corrupt officials in this New nation,but this time some will miss their post if they fail respect the citizen.
      OKUCU PA LOTINOKWAN

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    • 20 February 2013 10:22, by Peter Mading

      Jallabby;
      Your people are the very world dangerous thieves in Sudan because Sudan stole South Sudan oil and currently 720 millions barrels of South Sudan Crude oil is in their theft custody. Do not talk of donation from the west. Any single 1$ is followed by 100 Whites. This donation will not help South Sudan but a will help south morally just like when SPLA fought you for 21 yrs without any payme

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    • 20 February 2013 11:08, by dengdanger

      TO Jalaby
      you arabs n your leaders are the thieve and land grabbers you been rubbing us in years
      1. you been stealing our money
      2. you been stealing our land and yet you call our learder thieves what is 4bn of our money? we dnt worry of what our ppl took but what you arabs thieves been taking all this years from us.its funny when your leaders are stealing n threating u not to talk about

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    • 20 February 2013 11:14, by william mawien

      H8-)w sudan became a visionless state and failure
      ¤sudan lost billions of dollars
      *sudan became the poorest
      ¤investment companies started withdrawing from khartoum

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    • 20 February 2013 11:19, by william mawien

      Sudan is bankruf and collapsing state
      simply because south sudan is the life blood of sudan ;;;without south sudan in this earth sudan can not survive

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    • 20 February 2013 11:35, by william mawien

      Forever sudan will remain the poorest country and collapse state

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    • 20 February 2013 15:06, by Tiitrot

      Fucken Jallaby,
      US,South Sudan and Israel are one country since the beginning of this World, Whether you like it or not then OUR REPUBLIC OF SOUTH SUDAN will do what is good to its people. Stop crying and see what our next plan is for you mother fuckers there in Kartoum. SPLM administration in Juba OYEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE, SPLA TROOPS in borders OYYYEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE.
      By DHONG BANG.

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    • 20 February 2013 16:49, by nostalgia for 1 sudan

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      subsidized nation for ever? this is bad
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  • 20 February 2013 05:29, by Ayuiu Makuac Lam

    Shit Arab, south sudan is not anemy to the world, south sudan can gain any asistant from anywhere. Arab stupid tribals

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  • 20 February 2013 05:29, by hellonearth

    Jalaby You can hang your self for all we care.

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  • 20 February 2013 05:34, by kamal

    Look bhasir is still running after south oil. Ok where is the oil that was found in darfur see it is a lie. I believe in Russian scientist who said that there is no oil in darfur only hot spring water found underground that is why Israeli turned a way from Financing the war in darfur.

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  • 20 February 2013 05:40, by master

    hahahaaa
    doners could make promise but no one will pay any thing
    west has own problems need soluations

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    • 20 February 2013 06:05, by Snipper

      So all arabs are waiting for state collapse in south sudan? Good luck guys but nothing will collapse.

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    • 20 February 2013 06:19, by Wek Kawaja

      Master,
      Dont fool urself 2 as u been already fooled by the national criminal party ncp as the fooled every 1 in whole northern sudan. the say 1 bad onion can spoil a whole bag of onion so try throw away that 1 bad onion b4 everythin get out of hands. get of rid of em the man call al bashit bt i under stand ur nothin bt a master 2 ur dumb ass. if u people can take bashit out then well n good 4 all ppl n.sudan im jz guessin.

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  • 20 February 2013 06:21, by hamil

    This is one way by which The US is grabbing Khartoum by the throat. You must know clearly if you are a Nation supporting terrorism coupled with your islamic backwardness you will forever be an enemy of the USA. I knew immediately after we got our independence that my Nation would face this tough times and challenges. But this will one day end and the fake wanna be Arabs will envy us for centuries.

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    • 20 February 2013 06:47, by Tutbol

      Here we go again! Our usual brat is throwing tantrums because it is not getting its way!! One wonders sometimes, what drugs do N Sudanese smoke? They know that S Sudan is an independent state & can deal & be aided by any country. How many times had N Sudan went to gulf states with a begging bowl & S Sudan didn’t critised their moves or the gulf states who offered financial aids to N Sudan?

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      • 20 February 2013 07:18, by Tutbol

        Some elements in the N Sudan still think; they may get their cash cow back even though they are reminded time & time again that it will not again happened in a thousand years. They demanded that S Sudan disarms SPLM/A-N, quite impossible. And that a save demilitarise zone (SDZs) be created as a condition for S Sudan to use their pipelines, it will not happen. This SDZs crap is just another...

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        • 20 February 2013 07:48, by Tutbol

          ... N Sudan ’Trojan Horse’ to inch its self deeper into S Sudan areas & would later turns around & says, contested regions! This (SDZs) bulshit is just another N Sudan tricks to welcome another UNISFA, UN’s troops deployments so that they continue to loot to rape S Sudan under the cover of UN’s. Even some international mediators buy into this SDZs crap. Our own mediators got themselves fooled...

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          • 20 February 2013 08:03, by Tutbol

            ... again by the N Sudan & Thambo Mbeki to have accepted that SDZs clause in the first place. Thank God; N Sudan had other demands in mind, otherwise, that SDZs thing was a planted further conflicts between the S Sudan & N Sudan by the likes of our so-called wise statemen, Mbeki & his gangs. What is needed here is: to mark the borders when the troops of both armies stay where they are & both>>

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            • 20 February 2013 08:24, by Tutbol

              >>> armies would be forced by the international laws to withdraw to their countries’ borders once the border is clearly marked & both countries could be ascertained of which country would own which part. Otherwise, this kind of wanting to impose a quick-fix by mediators, when they know in their right minds that they are creating empty spaces for a future conflict is, quite a big no brainer.

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  • 20 February 2013 06:48, by master

    south sudan dead body and any attempt to save it will go in vain
    SS collapse inevitable

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    • 20 February 2013 09:00, by cbuongdit cholkua

      Atleast our S.S POUNDS is a dominant to yours, that’s really collapse. And Master, What happen to your currency Dinnar? haaaaahaaaa I think that was Din-al mooya!

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    • 20 February 2013 09:49, by EES Kingmaker

      Master
      Do you see the usual Khartoum envy as it deliberately hates the upcoming conference? Whether Khartoum likes it or not, that conference will take place. It is up to Khatroum terrorists-cum-genocidaires to cry out their stomachs. South Sudan won’t collapse as per your wilful thinking. We are there to prevail regardless of any evil workshippers’s expectations.

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  • 20 February 2013 06:53, by pabaak

    Fake Arabs in Khartoum not happy about US-donor conference!, do not nothing about it, the best word for them is the Egyptian old saying" just cries" Tabki beth" who prevent jalaba from getting donors conference? its their deeds, when German donors conference for Sudan was called off it was due to unprecedented record of NCP led government in Sudan. so don’t be jealous about us its up to you to

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    • 20 February 2013 06:56, by pabaak

      correct your records full of genocides, human rights violation, and rapes in order to be qualify for these world conferences

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  • 20 February 2013 07:44, by barbayo

    son of Nuer Jalab
    economic analysis a prove that Sudan is faiture country .yesterday one handred dollar is 675 SDG government rate and 863 SDG in the black market Sudan,but South Sudan one handred dollar is 292 SSP government rate, and black market is 382 SSP. dear reader which is faiture Country ?

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  • 20 February 2013 09:08, by JAMES KUOI STEPHEN

    The government Southern Sudan haven’t callapsed for encouraging development to citizen,it was yesterday,and tomorrow will be yes,aah hee ooh.ignore blamers from external voice, Arab is an Arab and he is an enemy,Just concenstrate on your vissions of war,and the success of peace in our beloved home,Freedom and Privilege are God blessing intervention.

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  • 20 February 2013 09:16, by 4Justice

    Ye lust, and have not: ye kill, and desire to have, and cannot obtain: ye fight and war, yet ye have not, because ye ask not. —James 4:2

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  • 20 February 2013 09:36, by Ommar Bashir

    I hope nothing is going to happen like earlier year of independent. I think leaders did not know how to spend.

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    • 20 February 2013 09:52, by Robot

      I salute that commentator who was asking what people in the North smokes??. when you read this article, it is really a pity because nonetheless it is the euphoria of losing the resources and the shame that now they walk into Arab countries begging with their tails in between their legs!!!!, BIG QUESTION IS AGAIN HERE, "DO YOU GUYS SMOKE GANJA???".

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    • 20 February 2013 10:05, by EES Kingmaker

      What of South Sudanese stolen oil funds which have been siphoned by NCP leaders to Malaysian and British banks since 1999? In that, Criminal Bashir account is the fattest one ever known.

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  • 20 February 2013 10:06, by Makunon

    Collapse of South Sudan will never rise economic of N.Sudan neither stop indictment of Bashir. Take your noise off our internal affairs

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    • 20 February 2013 10:20, by EES Kingmaker

      Makunon,
      The collapse of South Sudan as falsely envisaged by bunch of prophets of doom will never help Sudan gain anything at all. Instead, given our sheer economic weight, the Sudan will be consigned to its to worst financial straits___something its myopic policy-makers failed to see clearly.

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  • 20 February 2013 11:16, by Pif Paf

    Donated money to SPLA is for adding fuel to the fire to keep it burning. It will not solve S.Sudan problems & neither will it help relations between Sudan & S.Sudan. The US intentions to harm the people of Sudan by keeping sanctions, postponing Istanbul conference while hosting a donor conference for S.Sudan will do little to change realities on the ground. GOS needs to counter this immediately.

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    • 20 February 2013 11:28, by william mawien

      Pifshit
      relax and watch how south sudan is going to be in five years time
      donars will fund lamu project hahahahhaahhahaahhahahahah
      let your ncp remain dreaming we are not collapsing but growing

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      • 20 February 2013 11:33, by william mawien

        No oil flow via sudan and watch who will collapse
        very soon oil will flow through lamu and djubuti
        what else will you say
        our mighty spla are expecting air defence system very soon ;;;;;

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        • 20 February 2013 13:07, by Pif Paf

          No oil will flow out of S.Sudan period unless SPLA stops supporting SRF. Funding is not the only problem facing Lamu pipeline, whats more important is security in that route which will never be settled without corporation with Sudan. Its been 7 years you been talking about were u are going but from what we can see u are only goin backward hahahahaha dumbass !!

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          • 20 February 2013 16:00, by zulu

            Pigshit
            ONLY YOU HAVE THE BEST SOLUTIONS FOR SOUTH SUDAN HA? FROM SEPERATION, AGRICULTURE, OIL ETC. WELL, TOO BAD. WE ARE INDEPENDENT STATE AND WE WELL SEE WHOSE THEORY IS RIGHT

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  • 20 February 2013 12:03, by Gaddfa

    hell to motherfuckers with the haters of South Sudan, can’t you find it boring keep on talking about somebody that is considering as nobody. what is Khartoum business with us anyway? wish you see how below the belt is your dirty tactics.

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  • 20 February 2013 13:09, by Kerem

    Arab are never satified of making noise. What created them like in this world?
    South Sudan will never be part of Sudan whatever the case because it is now a Sovereign state by itself. South Sudanese fought when Bashir was taking oil to Sudan and they had no share but they survived
    Still we will survive even if the international community forgets us.

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    • 20 February 2013 13:33, by Paul Chadrack

      international community is not naive to work with corrupt,selfish and visionless like leaders in south sudan, just wait for your Imminent collapse.there will be no donor conference taking place,that American former envoy was telling us that our country(south sudan)is collapsing,that’s the only information he was passing out.did he mention a date?.

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      • 20 February 2013 16:48, by Son of Upper Nile

        ??? ????? ? ????? ? ?? ??? ????? ? ??? ???? ??????? ?????? ?????? ? ?? ?????? ??????? ? ?? ?????? ??????? ? ??? ????? ? ???? ? ???? ??????? ????? ????? ? ????? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ????? ???? ? ?? ??? ????? ????? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ?????? ???? ??? ????? ? ????? ????

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      • 20 February 2013 21:06, by Peacocktail

        Chadarack,
        You have been enslaves by food to NCP,betraying your real dignity as South Sudanese,You are prophet of doom, if you Khartuom you like now, it was built with funds from Arabs&Oil money from South Sudan. You are just airhead brother with jeolousness on prosperity in the South Sudan. Even if the Donor conference is not plans, come back home and see your mother curse boy,Khartuom’s sufferin

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        • 21 February 2013 06:27, by Paul Chadrack

          I am currently in south sudan, I never been in Khartoum for more than one month.what I am saying here is at our nose ,that we are collapsing whether you kiir’s supporters like it or not.do you think that international community is stupid enough to put their money into a pit hole?, nobody will come to help this country of the mess which was purely kiir’s making.what is your plan B?.

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  • 20 February 2013 15:44, by James Maker Akok

    People,
    North Sudan is using their port to killing South Sudan. Is better for South Sudan forget for North Sudan port like now. No body can be making their enemy to be rich with their resources. So let South Sudan suffer and let South Sudan oil pipelines to Kenya port to forget North Sudan killing port.
    South Sudan will be free through Kenya port without dirty of North Sudan.

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  • 20 February 2013 16:34, by Thondet Manyang

    Khartoum’s government will end up unhappy with us but not USA. They should not fight or threat 50+ states only Osama Bin Landen who did it but could not survived. Thanks to our goverment and the US envoy for this initiative.Africa is blessed to make us(SS) have border with Arabs (People without peace but turmoil). Through God’s help we will defeat them once.

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  • 20 February 2013 16:44, by master

    donors promised SS already
    did they honest their promises?
    two days ago this article has been written in ST , no body from south sudan show his happyness , why?
    wait the donors to pour their tax money for spoilt SS
    hahahaaa

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    • 20 February 2013 16:51, by nostalgia for 1 sudan

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      subsidized nation for ever? this is bad
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    • 20 February 2013 16:55, by Son of Upper Nile

      master (2nd class Arab rather) so if you know donors will not honor their pledges why cry like babies, when your indicted president & his top aides tour gulf for begging did we bother ourselves, or when you brought Iran war barrges did we cry, instead it’s Israel whom you hate that chased your new masters Iran & hit you deep inside Khartoum. South Sudan is moving on "Aljamel Mashi wa Alkalib inbah

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      • 20 February 2013 17:18, by master

        son of upper butts
        we hit you deep inside your black dirty ass , what you did gay

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        • 21 February 2013 06:43, by Son of Upper Nile

          Master (2nd class Arab). Now you showed those in ST from which family you are, I didn’t insult you when stated facts. it’s a fact Arab consider you 2nd class, a fact Bashir is indicted, a fact you begged gulf countries, a fact you run to Iran thinking they can help you with terrorist plans, a fact that Israel hit Khartoum & Port Sudan, a fact thant Iran barges run from Israel.

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          • 21 February 2013 06:53, by Son of Upper Nile

            The last sentence is a Sudanese saying. So show me when did I insult you. Anyway I will not lower my self to your class. Jesus said "out of the heart the mouth speaks" so I can know your heart is full of words like butts, ass, gay beside hatred & envy to South Sudanese like your government. majority of Sudanese r good & want to restore their pride by getting rid of Indicted Bashir

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  • 20 February 2013 16:58, by nostalgia for 1 sudan


    subsidized nation for ever?not good

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  • 20 February 2013 17:07, by nostalgia for 1 sudan


    very nice

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  • 20 February 2013 17:10, by nostalgia for 1 sudan


    viva north and south

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  • 20 February 2013 18:40, by Northern Sudanese

    south sudan begs for food for more than halve its people , US is making sure that they get it and not drink urine instead..... why should we be angry? lol

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    • 20 February 2013 19:54, by master

      northern sudanese
      good day my friend
      look to these insects euphoria
      ordeals, ordeals

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      • 20 February 2013 20:49, by Peacocktail

        Please all ST readers MUST know from today that so called MASTER is a fool from day one of gay birth widlock. Any one who keep singing one songs is either a mad boy or a fool in backyard. Singing Insects is just a foolishness word,Whoever calls other humanbeing a insect do not know God either.He/She must be Gay like Bashir.Good had purpose of creating humanbeing and taking their lives.Foolish Mas

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    • 20 February 2013 20:42, by Peacocktail

      Khartuom NCP still had separation trauma,Donor conferen in US is for South Sudan, NCP got no affairs or interferences in it because the regime in the South did not became the LIABILITY like NCP thugs all wanted by ICC. South Sudan is very clean internationally and Donor conference that was conduct in Norway for reconstruction were used by NCP on AYAT road and weapons for killing& forging for South

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      • 21 February 2013 08:49, by Northern Sudanese

        Peacocktail
        you and all the other ST urine drinkers need a doctor, go to your nearest doctor if you have health insurance lol or if your in south sudan, first make sure that there actually ’’is’’ a doctor available :D

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  • 20 February 2013 21:48, by nostalgia for 1 sudan


    please calm down folks,our two sudans need to be aided by the international community,dont you remember?for many decades we shared the little which we had and we were
    very generous towards each other.we need to cooperate,not to quarrel and if we failed to live together within one country let us be good neighbours.we have enormous resources
    and by developing the abilities

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  • 20 February 2013 21:50, by nostalgia for 1 sudan


    cont
    of our two nations we can go forward.
    .

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  • 20 February 2013 22:00, by nostalgia for 1 sudan


    cont
    By the way what are the news ofsouth sudan oil trucks?
    can you employ me as a driver?:):)
    .

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    • 21 February 2013 07:10, by Chol

      I don’t think South Sudan will be hiring second-class Arabs!

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      • 21 February 2013 08:31, by Northern Sudanese

        Chol
        yes, it will be hiring first class urine drinkers instead :D

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  • 21 February 2013 13:27, by Baakgol Makoi

    What is paining Khartoum about South sudan donor conference being supported by US?
    South Sudan is an independent state, there no point of Kartoum being unhappy. I think its just a frustration over which they have been dragging their feet in implementing the 27 Sept 2012 coperation agreement signed. That oil production should resume. But they have been making excuses that S.S to implement security.

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