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July 11, 2014 (ADDIS ABABA) – South Sudan’s former vice-president, Riek Machar, who now leads a seven-month-old rebellion against president Salva Kiir-led government has appointed senior assistants in his office, as well as representatives of the rebel faction abroad in a move to consolidate the diplomatic presence of the SPLM/A in Opposition in the international arena.

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South Sudan’s rebel leader, Riek Machar, smiles as he meets his friends at the Sheraton Hotel in Addis Ababa on 9 May 2014 (Photo: Reuters/Goran Tomasevic)

In the latest series of appointments, the rebel leader appointed Ramadan Hassan Laku, a former MP, as the chief coordinator in the office of the chairman.

Machar also reconfirmed James Gatdet Dak as his spokesperson and head of media department in his office.

Dak previously served as Machar’s press secretary while in government for many years before his boss was sacked from office as vice-president in July 2013.

Military spokesman, Brig Lul Ruai Koang, has also maintained his position in the office of the chairman as head of information department for the military.

REPRESENTATIVES APPOINTED

The former South Sudan’s deputy permanent representative to the United Nations in New York, Francis Nazario, is appointed the movement’s representative to the European Union based in Brussels.

Ambassador Nazario defected to the armed opposition group last month, accusing Salva Kiir’s government of plunging the country into crisis.

Former governor of Upper Nile state, Dak Duop Bichiok, will represent the movement in the Republic of Sudan. Bichiok previously served as a national minister in Khartoum before the split of the country in July 2011.

Adel Elias Sandari, former commissioner of Maridi county and education minister in Western Equatoria state has become the representative to Kenya, while a former member of national parliament and minister of education in Upper Nile state, Daniel Wuor Joak, will represent the rebel group in Norway and Scandinavian countries. Bol Gatkuoth Chol, a former MP in Juba, is the representative to Rwanda.

Goi Jooyul Yol, former commissioner of Akobo county of Jonglei state and Thomas Jal Thomas, former minister of Finance in Unity state, will represent the movement in Ethiopia and Egypt, respectively, while Bapiny Tim Chol, is posted to Ireland.

Machar’s spokesperson, James Gatdet Dak, said the appointment of the officials to represent the movement in the various countries abroad was an important step in enlightening the international community.

“These appointments of cadres to represent the resistance movement to the various countries and international bodies abroad are necessary and important. The officials will consolidate diplomatic efforts by further informing and enlightening the international community on the genesis of the current crisis in South Sudan,” Dak told Sudan Tribune on Thursday when contacted to comment on the importance of the move.

“The officials will also establish relations and enlighten the international community on how the leadership of the SPLM/SPLA [in opposition] envisions the way forward in ending the crisis and installing a federal system of governance in the country,” he further stressed.

Other cadres of the armed resistance movement, he said, are yet to be appointed to various countries in the region, Middle East and America, Europe, Asia and Australia.

HEADS OF HUMANITARIAN WINGS

For humanitarian interventions in the rebel controlled areas, Machar has appointed Gideon Gatpan Thoar, former minister of information in Unity state, as the director for South Sudan Relief and Rehabilitation Agency (SSRRA) in Kenya, while Bor Gatwech Kuany, former national MP, is the director for SSRRA in Ethiopia.

Colonel Bern Puot Yuot is appointed director to head the department for immigration, passports and customs in the liberated areas. Before the 15 December crisis, Yuot served as director for the states affairs in the ministry of interior in South Sudan.

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  • 12 July 10:42, by Adodi Jotuwa

    Dr. Fool Riek Machar failed not only in his Khartoum Peace Agreement in 1997-KPA to define what kind of Federalism be adopted in Sudan if Bashir appoints him President of South Sudan. I don’t get it why does Dr. Fool Riek Machar believe that it’s easier to flex his 3-minutes miscalculated muscles against his fellow Junubins in South Sudan than the NCP Islamic-led Government in the North?

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    • 12 July 10:43, by Adodi Jotuwa

      Khartoum is now struggling again as usual to train some misguided Nuers to come and fight SPLA/M-led government forces while Dr. Fool Riek Machar is enjoying in his air-conditioned Hotel in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. It’s good to see that Riek is also struggling to form his government in Hotels in Addis Ababa. He picks up whoever is seen capable of being his true follower regardless of his/her profile

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      • 12 July 10:43, by Adodi Jotuwa

        Dr. Fool Riek Machar was simply forgiven in 2002 in Nairobi, Kenya by Dr. John Garang de Mabior although history did not do so. Similarly, President Salva Kiir is ready to "pardon" him as he mentioned in his July 9th, 2014 speech. Switching allegiance as a “new political prostitution” to Dr. Fool and his cohorts has become a lifetime mode of political survival in an effort to lead South Sudan but

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        • 12 July 10:44, by Adodi Jotuwa

          If SPLM/A was not really democratic, why did Dr. Fool Riek Machar rebel, abandon and later return to the very movement that liberated him from the very Khartoum Islamic Government that he signed his KPA-1997 (Khartoum Peace Agreement) with? What does Dr. Fool Riek Machar have better in common with Khartoum since 1991 than Juba which he served as VP? Food/inferiority complex?

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          • 12 July 10:44, by Adodi Jotuwa

            How can Dr. Fool Riek claim that Nuer can get rid of Dinka in one day but not Jahyleen from Shendi/Northern Sudan? If he fails to define federalism in Khartoum, he returns back to his Southern brothers as he did before without harming Khartoum. But if the time kicks in his fucking brain to return to Khartoum as usual, he kills Junubins with impunity and claims that the SPLM Party is undemocratic.

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            • 12 July 10:45, by Adodi Jotuwa

              If Riek fails to observe the recently signed cease fire aimed to end his senseless war, then the war will certainly end him. Read a book titled “The Hound of the Baskervilles” authored by Sir Arthur Conan Doyles. For how long will Khartoum continue to provide logistical support to Dr. Fool Riek and his cohorts? What will happen to Riek since he “always fails” in his political endeavor in Khtm/RSS?

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              • 12 July 10:46, by Adodi Jotuwa

                Read quote “But why would sanctions be imposed on me; for running away and not allowing myself to be killed? Will that be the reason for me to be sanctioned?” he [Riek] challenged [US & EU sanctions]. Unquote. He killed in 1991 and ran away to Khartoum, only to return to be forgiven in 2002 in Nairobi and again he ordered Gadet & Koang to kill more again and later flee to Khartoum as usual.

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                • 12 July 10:57, by Adodi Jotuwa

                  I never agree with Dr. Fool’s claim that the 4th Anniversary of South Sudan Independence will be celebrated after the formation of a federal government which he cannot define what type of federalism, NOT "varied public perception" as elaborated by historian Prof. Johnson during his r lecture in the University of Juba. Johnson avoided to mentioned "what type" but mainly focused on public perception

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                  • 12 July 11:07, by Adodi Jotuwa

                    The main issue now is credible cessation of hostilities (CoH). If violation of the signed cease fire is the order of the day, then all of us will go for it because it seems like it’s one of the best options for achieving personal political endeavor regardless of continued humanitarian cost. Dr. Fool can continue appointing his cohorts but attacking SPLA forces and response are different things.

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                    • 12 July 12:50, by Mi diit

                      Adodi Jotuwa?

                      You are simply jealous. Dr Riek is recognized internationally as a God given visionary and wise leader who championed self-determination and independence of South Sudan and will now champion democracy and federalism. Kiir is disrespected even by his IGAD colleagues. They call him many names, disgusting, primitive and so on...

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                      • 12 July 16:57, by Rommel

                        Mi diit:

                        When will you finally understand that no one could possibly be ’jealous’ of a man that was played like an absolute fool by Khartoum for years on end? You *worship* the man and so you assume that everybody else is an awe of him and should treat him with the same dispensation.

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                        • 12 July 17:13, by Rommel

                          Please cite one [1] representative from at least one country that ’recognizes’ Riek as a ’visionary’ and ’wise’ leader. Please direct me to the primary source. You have a checkered history of distorting the pronouncements, judgments and positions of Nation-States, organizations and individuals.

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                          • 12 July 17:15, by Rommel

                            I don’t regard anything that you say [without a source] as even remotely trustworthy. The description of Riek as ’visionary’ and ’wise’ must exist outside the contours of your morally and intellectually bankrupt, imaginative mind. Provide *evidence* of this high praise for Riek — a man known for being a mass murderer and a vapid opportunist.

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                            • 12 July 17:16, by Rommel

                              You better stop spinning and find some documents, fast! I have a feeling you won’t be forthcoming in this regard. Two things can happen: 1) You will answer my request for evidence, and if you’re forthcoming, I will thank you for enlightening me. 2) You will not answer my request, in which case you will have again re-affirmed your penchant for dishonesty.

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                              • 12 July 17:19, by Rommel

                                There’s not a single, impartial historian or Statesman that asserts that Riek’s foolish alliances with Khartoum directly laid the groundwork for our independence. History does not agree with you. Prove to us that you are not as clueless as you appear by explaining why accounts by impartial historians don’t agree with you. Historians have described Riek’s political strategies as ’schizophrenic’.

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                                • 12 July 17:25, by Rommel

                                  Please provide citations of IGAD representatives referring to Salva Kiir as ’disgusting’ or ’primitive’. I’m not defending that fool, but I want evidence. You lie all the time and you think you can get away with it... well, no more. You have a tendency of making overwrought claims and when called on them, you back peddle into jive-talk mode, where you just make stuff up.

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                                  • 12 July 20:15, by Mi diit

                                    Rommel,

                                    You must be a very stupid person or idiot to think that every word or praise said in this world is documented and therefore must have a documented source or link to always refer you to as evidence. Maybe the recent insult by IGAD envoy describing Kiir as "stupid" and your "SPLM former detainees" group called "selfish" by Kenyan MPs were luckily documented but thousands of others are not.

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                                    • 12 July 20:33, by Rommel

                                      Mi diit:

                                      In other words, you lied - again. You have spent all your life lying and misinforming yourself, consequently you now find it difficult to distinguish fact from fiction. The fact is, you have failed to provide evidence for your fanciful claims and that is why you’re lashing out. It is heart-wrenching, isn’t it? It’s like witnessing the death of an ugly cult.

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                                      • 12 July 20:41, by Rommel

                                        Were you not such an ignorant fool, with a penchant for dishonesty, you would know that Salva and Riek were both referred to as ’stupid’ by IGAD. Your incoherent whining, is not debating. Good luck with this as you are *never* going to distract me with ad hominem whining. Opinions that are contradicted by facts qualify as wishful thinking or bias...

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                                        • 12 July 20:43, by Rommel

                                          ..Either bring facts or admit to bias. Choose one. My point is that you have no evidence for anything, therefore your opinions can only imply bias. Again, since you have already demonstrated that your opinions are biased and unsubstantiated, why do you protest when they are dismissed as such? You protest too much.

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                                          • 12 July 20:55, by Rommel

                                            Put up the requested evidence or admit that you were lying. Intellect-free garble, empty hearsay, tall tales, rumours, dubious anecdotes and context-free ranting is no substitute for *relevant* and fully-contextualized evidence. Do you really expect people to be stupid enough to just go Okey-dokey what ever you say? You can’t find evidence, because you were lying.

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                                          • 12 July 21:05, by Mi diit

                                            Rommel,

                                            Blame your hired historians for not catching such insults as they were uttered and quickly writing new books from which you can quote them with ease. Actually they have missed thousands of insults and praises, not documented. Ah, mentally fixed critical Rommel, you must have been brought up in a thick skulled family trait. Let me remind you with this again.

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                                    • 12 July 20:51, by Mi diit

                                      Many praises or insults that are uttered informally on daily basis are not documented. Even Kiir’s "stupid" insult by that IGAD official almost went unnoticed if Kiir’s group did not react the way they did. So, other IGAD leaders described Kiir as "disgusting" and "primitive" in informal conversations. Sorry that you look for "documents" or "evidences" tracing such remarks.

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                                      • 12 July 21:00, by Rommel

                                        Mi Diit:

                                        Were you there? Did you partake in these ’informal’ conversations? If not, how is it that you’re supposedly privy to what was ’uttered’? Intellect-free garble, empty hearsay, tall tales, rumours, dubious anecdotes and context-free ranting is no substitute for *relevant* and fully-contextualized evidence. What part of this do you not understand?

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                                        • 12 July 21:12, by Mi diit

                                          Ah, Rommel is here again displaying his low IQ. Let me ask you this basic question, do you believe that Kiir was insulted "stupid" by that IGAD envoy? If yes, were you there when the insult was uttered? If no, do you still look for a documented evidence to prove that the insult was really said? You are a damn opportunist, Rommel, living in your small world of contradictions.

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                                          • 12 July 22:03, by Rommel

                                            Mi diit:

                                            Your IQ couldn’t possibly register above negative ten, so don’t snarky with me. In order to construct and properly deliver a stinging insult, you need wit and charm... both of which you clearly lack. Your pitiful attempt at insult invokes laughter by way of pity. I suppose you really should be happy to at least be useful, in spite of your many limitations.

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                                            • 12 July 22:15, by Rommel

                                              Salva and Riek were both called ’stupid’ by the IGAD representative. There is material evidence for this. We have points of reference. Both men acknowledged that they were indeed called stupid and we have their reactions to this fact. This doesn’t at all require a leap of *faith* on my behalf. I don’t have to look for documented evidence, when I’ve already been provided with documented evidence..

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                                              • 12 July 22:20, by Rommel

                                                .. And I certainly don’t need to have been there to know that it’s true. The evidence is overwhelming. Your fanciful little claims on the other hand are entirely without supporting evidence. There’s no equivalence between the two. Now, if you cannot comprehend this, there is possibly a problem of basic intelligence that I cannot help you with.

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                                                • 12 July 22:26, by Rommel

                                                  All that your work amounts to is sloppy reasoning and wild minded speculations. Never before has so much effort been devoted to gaining so little knowledge; the primary point being demonstrated by you, is one of slow and obstinent learning. You want to debate, but don’t know how. *Sigh*... poor child.

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                                                  • 12 July 22:32, by Rommel

                                                    Your only debating technique is willful obtuseness. You really have the attention span of a fruit-fly. How sad. I suppose I really shouldn’t make too much of a fuss out of this, because it’s clear that having to think leaves you scratching your head in ape-like bewilderment. Is your head hurting? Oh, you poor insipid fool.

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                      • 13 July 08:09, by Zeki

                        Is Riek Machar going to rule foriegn countries? If we S.Sudanese don’t recognize him, then it mean Riek is still nothing even if recognized internationaly.

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                        • 13 July 09:25, by Mi diit

                          Rommel,

                          It is very insane of you to think that every praise or insult uttered in this world, either informally or formally, is documented for you to refer to as evidence. You were lucky to find out about Kiir’s “stupid” insult by IGAD envoy. I assure you there are thousands of other insults daily that are not documented, even in your own house. Your reasoning capacity is fast eroding, Rommel!!

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                          • 13 July 12:30, by Rommel

                            Mi diit:

                            What is truly *insane* is believing that you can get away with lies. I come from a well functioning family that doesn’t engage in gossip, and so there couldn’t possibly be ’thousands’ of insults uttered daily in my house. You would fail freshman psychology in any accredited University, yet you keep babbling anyway. In this way, you ridicule yourself.

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                            • 13 July 12:41, by Rommel

                              Your definition of ’reasoning’ involves making prophecies about Salva Kiir’s death... a death that was suppose to occur prior to our independence. How did you stumble across this ’prophecy’? Oh that’s right, a man [that you regard as a prophet] lived over a century ago and wrote ’prophetic’ songs, detailing exactly what would happen in South Sudan. That makes total sense. LOL!

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                              • 13 July 12:49, by Rommel

                                You have suspended your critical faculties and invested in fiction over reality. You are clearly incapable of reasoning, but being hypocritical neither masks your dishonesty, nor your stupidity... Both of which factor into your debate failure and consequent humiliation.

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                  • 12 July 12:52, by Adodi Jotuwa

                    It’s not just a matter of throwing something to the public in anticipation of positive reaction to achieve personal interest that contradicts South Sudanese interest. Can you imagine how illiterate citizens start fighting over something they don’t know why it’s thrown to them without analyzing the impact? Citizens cannot see the difference between Riek’s demand of today and of 1947 Juba Conference

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                  • 12 July 12:53, by Adodi Jotuwa

                    ’s not just a matter of throwing something to the public in anticipation of positive reaction to achieve personal interest that contradicts South Sudanese interest. Can you imagine how illiterate citizens start fighting over something they don’t know why it’s thrown to them without analyzing the impact? Citizens cannot see the difference between Riek’s demand of today and of 1947 Juba Conference

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                    • 12 July 12:57, by Adodi Jotuwa

                      The issue of border demarcation, security, political stability and infrastructural development in South Sudan is of paramount importance, not federation song sung by Dr. Fool Riek to ring in the ears of illiterate citizens like his "white army". Utilization of resources, no matter where they are located, must be directed for equal development in the ten/more States before we consider federalism.

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                      • 12 July 13:03, by Adodi Jotuwa

                        Mi Diit,

                        I am not jealous because I know Dr. Fool Riek Machar better than you who blindly follow him without considering his political background since 1991. Appointing senior assistants is of no use to me personally so long as it makes Dr. Fool Riek Machar smile and look Presidential. Dr. Fool is fond of fame because most PhD holders are better off politically than him. This is the fact brother.

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                        • 12 July 13:05, by Adodi Jotuwa

                          Mi Diit,

                          I am not jealous because I know Dr. Fool Riek Machar better than you who blindly follow him without considering his political background since 1991. Appointing senior assistants is of no use to me personally so long as it makes Dr. Fool Riek Machar smile and look Presidential. Dr. Fool is fond of fame because most PhD holders are better off politically than him. This is the fact brother.

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                          • 12 July 13:05, by Adodi Jotuwa

                            Mi Diit,

                            I am not jealous because I know Dr. Fool Riek Machar better than you who blindly follow him without considering his political background since 1991. Appointing senior assistants is of no use to me personally so long as it makes Dr. Fool Riek Machar smile and look Presidential. Dr. Fool is fond of fame because most PhD holders are better off politically than him. This is the fact brother.

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                            • 12 July 13:17, by Mi diit

                              Adodi Jotuwa?

                              Go there to Addis Ababa and see the proposal Dr Riek has on federalism and its type. It is not for publication now as the two parties will discuss it first. Dr. Riek and Dr. Garang are/were the outstanding vionary leaders in South Sudan. I understand your gealousy which is motivated by tribalism. You hate him b/se he does not come from your tribe no matter how good he is. Stop it!

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                              • 12 July 13:36, by Adodi Jotuwa

                                IGAD,AU, international community must put in their mind that no any interim government can be formed within 60 days, given the remaining steps required to be taken and the ongoing violations by the rebels of Dr. Fool Riek Machar who believe in their magical military victory. Besides remaining steps, Dr. Fool must be able define what type of federalism suitable to RSS before gauging public reaction

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                                • 12 July 13:37, by Adodi Jotuwa

                                  The issue of border demarcation, security, political stability and infrastructural development in South Sudan is of paramount importance, not federation song sung by Dr. Fool Riek Machar to ring in the ears of illiterate citizens like his "white army". Utilization of resources, no matter where they are located, must be directed for equal development in the ten/more States before we consider federa

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                                  • 12 July 13:38, by Adodi Jotuwa

                                    The main issue now is credible cessation of hostilities (CoH). If violation of the signed cease fire is the order of the day, then all of us will go for it because it seems like it’s one of the best options for achieving personal political endeavor regardless of continued humanitarian cost. Dr. Fool can continue appointing his cohorts but attacking SPLA forces and response are different things.

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                                    • 12 July 13:40, by Adodi Jotuwa

                                      Mi Diit,

                                      I am not jealous because I know Dr. Fool Riek Machar better than you who blindly follow him without considering his political background since 1991. Appointing senior assistants is of no use to me personally so long as it makes Dr. Fool Riek Machar smile and look Presidential. Dr. Fool is fond of fame because most PhD holders are better off politically than him. This is the fact brother.

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                            • 12 July 19:01, by Ito

                              The mentality that no one can be president but only one tribe will not take this country anywhere and it will soon be like somalia. Any citizen who is capable of leading have the right to do so. Dr. Riek is calling for democratic transformation of the country and to uplifting the lives and poverty of the citizens. Like experts say, this war is between pro-democracy group led by Dr. Riek machar

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                              • 12 July 19:03, by Ito

                                and pro-dictatorship group led by President Salva Kiir. The past is the past, let us face the reality here. Now citizens should choose which side they want to join. Democracy and freedom or Dictatorship and impunity. There is no more blaming Riek for past because he has come out to be a good person and people change. Is best choice for the west now.

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                                • 12 July 21:23, by Bentiu Sudan

                                  Ito,

                                  Thank you man for telling those idiots supporters of a dictator Kiir that this war is between pro-democratic government and pro-dictatorship government. However, the visionless, defend less, hopeless, coward, and greedy South Sudanese always said this war is between Nuer and Dinka which is not true. President Kiir make South Sudanese look stupid in the face on the earth so he must go.

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    • 12 July 16:11, by jur_likang_a_ likan’g

      Mr. Adadi Jotua, if you really know that politics is organic then you should know that it is subject to change. Do not live in history Risk is now standing for the good of South Sudan. He has stood for this country ever since he started his political journey. Please remove your tribal veil on your face
      so that you see the truth.

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  • 12 July 11:12, by wang

    You better kill yourself, because it seems that thing are not going well in your side….Mrs. kiir M7 must go…

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  • 12 July 11:21, by Mel mosa

    How can countries allow representatives from rebel while they have ambassadors from the government of the country? Riek still going on to fool South Sudanese. Western countries are stupid to accept rebel representatives if that true.

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  • 12 July 11:37, by wang

    SPLM in Opposition is internationally recognised it as a legitimate government that represented all people in S. Sudan wishes…while, the one in Juba is criminal and gangs organisation…

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  • 12 July 12:21, by Emporio

    Dr masscre reik try to create nuer movement good luck with it but is not going take power in our present you will dye in the bush like hungry dog perusing the Bone desperately

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  • 12 July 13:42, by Thondet Manyang

    Pay them using stolen money. Poor planning leads to such chaos and mess. Appointments are done in the transparency manner. You looted enough money so continue fooling them but it will finish soon. Riek Can’t and will never be president for South Sudan even if it means ballots or bullets. Keep counseling yourselves abroad. You know how many youth you killed in Nuer leave alone Dinka. who to rule?

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  • 12 July 13:46, by jijury

    Bravo Dr. Machar that’s how a true leader should be. Adodi and likes stop crying you have not seen it all yet.

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  • 12 July 20:27, by Kerem

    Equatorians, Shilluk, and other tribes. Are you able to see how stupid Machar appoints people as a rebel now. And if he comes to the office, how many of you from other tribes will be in his government? Think twice before you are misled by his huge money and shall discriminative speeches he uses to convince you

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    • 12 July 21:26, by Mi diit

      Kerem,

      What is wrong with the appointments? If you had left vionless Kiir and joined the freedom fighters in the resistance war you would have been appointed to one of such positions if you are capable. But don’t expect Dr. Machar to appoint you while you are still in the dirty lap of your primite dictator uncle Kiir in Juba. Get that!

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