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Kenyan President Kenyatta shakes hands with Rebecca Garang and other S. Sudan leaders. on 25 June 2015 (Photo PSCU)
May 18, 2017 (JUBA) – President Salva Kiir Thursday said that the national dialogue process will start with those are ready to take part, insisting that the others can join it later on but he would not delay it further.

“Those who are available will be sworn in on Monday, May 22, 2017. Those who are not around will be sworn in as and when they come because the process cannot be postponed,” said President Kiir on Thursday.

Different opposition figures including the widow of the late SPLM leader John Garang de Mabior, Kosti Manibe, and Majak D’ Agoot, declined to join the process after their appointment by the President citing the lack of prior consultation and the need for confidence building measures before to hold it.

Kiir pointed out the country’s’ needs to be guided by the values of peace and national reconciliation as a way of observing the spirit of Lent.

The President went on to emphasising on the values of Christianity.

“The fundamental values of Christianity, such as love of the neighbour, forgiveness, reconciliation and peace, transcend the religious domain to be guiding values of our South Sudanese society because they are shared by all of us, regardless of our differences,” he added.

The head of state said that the national dialogue would be an opportunity and a process for deep reflection on the values and principles which bind the South Sudanese leadership.

President Kiir made the remarks on Thursday to members of the organising committee who have been tasked with various responsibilities to make necessary arrangements for the swearing-in of dialogue committee members.

Peace in the country has been unattainable and is constantly threatened but the fractures within the leadership of the major armed opposition parties and within the government.

(ST)

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  • 19 May 00:12, by Tower in lowland

    voiceless

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    • 19 May 10:42, by Joyuma John

      Dear President, you are right, as saying goes, "to many cooks spoil the broth." just go on with natioal dialogue and othes shall follow "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder." even the war of liberation struggle was not seen at the same angle but did not prevent freedom fighters from fighting its.
       

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  • 19 May 00:17, by Malakal county Simon

    It’s doesn’t matter, because no body want to be part of that bogus national dialogue of yours anyway!!!!

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  • 19 May 06:35, by Kush Natives

    In fact, let the army forces go ahead do their dialogue with rebels and innocent civilians will precede with their own dialogue here! About that? Dialogue doesn’t want us rather we’re the ones wants it. So, it is a very simple arrangements.
    Malaak county Simon, see you in the bushes of South Sudan!

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    • 19 May 08:23, by Kuch

      Even in a family unit, there are some cases where there would be one or two, who just want the whole family go their way or the high way. But these obstinate kind of members are asked in a good faith by their fathers/mothers and their siblings to join the family. And if they refused, then they are left alone and the rest of the family members move on with their lives. So Let those criminals>>>

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      • 19 May 08:32, by Kuch

        who think they can hold the South Sudanese people hostage in foreign countries go to hell with their foreign masters holding them hostage as their bargaining chips or blackmails to crawl their creepy selves into our country. After all, these criminals taking our country & our people hostage are not new to the current govt. They were the same criminals who looted the South Sudanese people’s money>>

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        • 19 May 08:42, by Kuch

          and they were the same incompetent losers who have been at helm of governance of South Sudan since 2005 to 2013. So what is their different between the current mobs in the government and them? My own answer is: These criminals who want the South Sudanese people go their way or the high is, they are after their own selfish interests and the interests of their foreign masters, plain and simple>>>

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          • 19 May 08:49, by Kuch

            The government of South Sudan should talk to the governments of Kenya and ethiopia to tell these traitors to come back home to come & do their obstinate or blackmail-like politicking right here inside South Sudan & with the South Sudanese people. After all, South Sudan & South Sudanese people can’t be ruled in foreign countries>>>

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            • 19 May 08:59, by Kuch

              As for the re-negotiation of their so-called 2015 peace deal:http://www.sudantribune.com/spip.php?article56093
              Let the criminals go to hell, no more negotiations of any kind with any piece rat in foreign hotels, brothels and bars about anything to do with South Sudan and the South Sudanese people’s peace. That so-called 2015 peace deal was nothing to do with the South Sudanese people’s peace>>>

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              • 19 May 09:10, by Kuch

                But the deal was a hand over of our country to foreign interests. The idiots who keep calling for the re-negotiation of that 2015 damn peace deal are told to re-read the damn document letter by letter & line by letter and understand the damn document & they will understand the damn document was a complete sellout of our country to foreign interests>>>

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  • 19 May 08:15, by Eastern

    A bus leaving the buspark on its way nearly empty is a loss to the company; Kiir’s national dialogue starting with a handful of his friends and sycophants is counterproductive....

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    • 19 May 10:53, by South South

      What this coward called Eastern is singing about? If you don’t like national dialogue, then continue with your computer keyboard, that’s the only thing you can loser.

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      • 19 May 12:57, by Eastern

        South South,

        Yes I hate the national dialogiue and it’s my choice to pur scorn on it and its conveners. Kiir’s national dialogue will fail at its infancy, that’s what I am forestalling now. KIIR MUST GO!

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        • 19 May 13:35, by South South

          Eastern,

          You are a big computer warrior who will die in diaspora, period.

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          • 19 May 19:58, by Eastern

            South Sudan/South South,

            I am in Juba, Mia Saba to be specific. I have never been a refugee nor a displaced person. I was born and bred in Juba. I will continue to fight Kiir and cohorts from within. Have you been following my comments during the July 2016 crisis?

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        • 19 May 21:38, by jubaone

          Eastern,
          In Jan 2011 we overwhelmingly voted in the referendum and 6 months later got our independence. Just 3 yrs on, hookers and goons have turned our country into Jienge Republic and slaughter house. The very scoundrels are again inviting us to a national dialogue, how silly. Any non-jienge participating in this crap is simply strengthening the JR and advocating their jiengeism. No dialogue.

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  • 19 May 09:06, by Dengda

    Yes, National Dialogue is the only viable option available to rescues the worsening situation. Then why rushing and dictate it again? This where your failure came in and surfacing as head of state, there are process a lot of process. Prior appointing anyone whether in government position or committee, you must consult X & Y first. Riek, Lam, Changson, Gadet, Thomas and others should included.

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    • 19 May 09:39, by Kuch

      "you must consult X & Y first. Riek, Lam, Changson, Gadet, Thomas and others should included" Mr. Dengda, do you idiot even understands the word "national dialogue?" It doesn’t say, Salva Kiir’s dialogue. Those idiots of yours you mentioned have been asked to stop violent and come back to South Sudan for national dialogue, but they refused to denounce. They want to continue fighting>>>

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      • 19 May 09:49, by Kuch

        and they want this document http://www.sudantribune.com/spip.php?article56093 re-negotiated. Which is next to impossible. And by the way, Rebecca Nyandeng, Costi Manibe and others are alleged to have been informed to come for national dialogue. And they are alleged to have refused. So whose fault is it? The whole South Sudan population cannot be taken to Adis Ababa, Khartoum, Nairobi, Cape town>>>

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        • 19 May 09:54, by Kuch

          Boulder, Colorado, where Pagan Amuom lives or Georgia, Atlanta, where former governor Western Equatoria, Mr. Bokasoro lives. The national dialogue has to be here in South Sudan and nowhere else, it is that simple.

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          • 19 May 10:15, by jubaone

            Kuch,
            This luakjieng trash is not different from this endless monologue you are boring us with. The Kiirminal like any jienge will and can’t deliver anything substantial other one endless talk. From you, we expect the Kiirminal not to be any different. Sorry take care of your own shit 💩.

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            • 19 May 10:51, by South South

              Jubaone,

              Country is moving on without or without a little monkeys. Your opinion is like a drop of water into ocean, who care?

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              • 19 May 11:16, by jubaone

                South South,
                Just take a mirror, squat and look and your naked jienge ass, if you find covered with sand grains, then go wash it, if you see gold pieces, give a big smile and call 📞 your step father Kiirminal, that you have made a discovery. He needn’t have to risk going to Kapwata (kapoeta).

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                • 19 May 12:18, by South South

                  Jubaone,

                  We are here moving freely in our country with so many good things to happen soon. If in South Sudan we have ugly people, they are those who eat rats and monkeys. We are tall and very black, the world knows that. Because you do not have people, you will be ruled. How about wrong man? I do believe you are short with monkey eyes.

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                  • 19 May 13:47, by Garang Akeen Tong

                    South South

                    It,s written, in book of Issiah, the black and tall people, are very strong and brave people, nyam-nyam wouldn,t face us, just they are fighting in computer, they haven,t feet to stand on ground.

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                    • 19 May 14:17, by jubaone

                      South South,
                      Don’t misquote the bible you jienge infidel. Which tall people, if your step father is just 1.84m? Tall with small brains? Gorillas are big but have small brains. Are you different?

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                    • 19 May 14:22, by jubaone

                      Garang Akeen,
                      Which sensible human being would not run 🏃 away from such beast looking jienge with such forked teeth and slashed face that looks like some burglar that just got himself pulled through thorny bush? Sorry, these are savages and naturally we fear 😱 such creatures.

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                    • 19 May 14:26, by Sunday Junup

                      Garang,

                      Isaiah 18 exclude Dinka read it well.

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                      • 19 May 17:12, by Garang Akeen Tong

                        Sunday Junup

                        I didn,t mentioned Dinka by the way, but I said, black and tall and off cause Dinka, Nuer, Mundari, Anyuak and shulluk. may be you are there. Yaa gatnyere

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              • 19 May 13:54, by Sunday Junup

                South South,

                Country is moving forward? Please take all Dinka IDPs stationed arround Juba airport before you claim. Kiir national Dialog is fake and will never take place. Now Bor community are opening their eyes. you will remain with only Barghazalian

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    • 19 May 18:38, by Kuch

      Mr. Dengda, here is a link:http://c.newsnow.co.uk/A/886361012?-21266:8599:0 of as to why l always accused the US, the UK, the UN, their NGOs and some of their creepy criminals in between to behind the current war in our country. For lay people like you fellows, you think the current war in our country is just a tribal war between the Dinkas Vs Nuers because that is how our enemies behind>>>

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      • 19 May 18:49, by Kuch

        the current war in our country & against our people want it to be known. This war in our country is a proxy war over our resources and to counter China by the US, the UK, their UN, their NGOs and some of their criminals in between. All these bullshits of UN, humanitarian aid, donations, peacekeeping and human rights business scams are just *veneers & covers* by the US, the UK, France and their>>>

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        • 19 May 18:57, by Kuch

          allies to sneak themselves into third world countries with resources; it is a disguised or converted way of occupying other people countries and be plundered by corporate America, Europe & their allies. For example, the people that pay for the so-called UN peacekeeping mission are not really the US or European tax payers, but their banking cartels>>>

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          • 19 May 19:11, by Kuch

            Whenever the US and the European banking cartels are about to go bust, they create a boogeyman/imaginary enemy to fight in order to sell their weapons to prop up their economies. In recent decades, Al Qada has been an imaginary enemy to invade Middle Eastern countries to plunder their countries. When in truth, the US and some of their allies are the same terrorists they fool other people to be>>>

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            • 19 May 19:17, by Kuch

              fighting. These days, the US, the UK, France, Israel, Turkey and their gulf Arab states are allies claimed to be fighting ISIS or terrorism while at the same time. They are the same countries arming ISIS, Al Nustra, Muslim brotherhood, Boko Haram etc, and to some small extend, our so-called SPLA-IO>>>

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              • 19 May 19:33, by Kuch

                So Mr. Dengda, you know what? Right after our independence in 2011. Mr. Salva Kiir took almost his entire cabinet ministers to Washington to solicit the US investors to come & invest in our country. But the US investors, told Salva Kiir & his cabinet ministers were told by the US investors that there were no infrastructures in our country to invest in. And so Mr. Salva Kiir & his cabinet ministers

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                • 19 May 19:40, by Kuch

                  came back to South Sudan & talk to Chinese investors to come & invest in our country. The Chinese investors said, that they will try to do what they can do to invest in our country. And when the US sees that the Chinese are going to invest in our country, the US became jealous & wanted a regime change and that was why the US pushed Riek Machar to stage the 2013 foiled coup in Juba>>>

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                  • 19 May 19:48, by Kuch

                    and that lead to the current mess. The US, the UK, their UN, their NGOs and their allies have taken our country & our people hostage & are using the rebels are their bargaining chips & blackmails to be welcomed to into our country to come plunder our country like they are doing in CAR, Libya, Iraq etc. Our country is being used as a Geo-political chess game by our enemies that some of our fools>>>

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                    • 19 May 19:56, by Kuch

                      call them our true friends. The evil white people have never ever been anyone friends. The war in Syria is about a gas pipeline from the Qatar to Europe & it has to be passed via Syria, but the current govt in Syria is a Russian & Iran ally. and so the Syrian regime has to be changed to some one that can be managed by the gulf Arab states, the US, the UK, Israel or France>>>

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                      • 19 May 20:13, by Kuch

                        the War in Yemen is same with war in Syria. There are Iranian backed Shiites and gulf Arab states, North Sudan, the US and the UK backed Sunnis. Go to Europe, Ukraine. There is a West and the US backed part of Ukraine & the Russian backed part of Ukraine. This is COLD WAR part two. However it has already been a HOT WAR here in our country, CAR, Libya, Yemen, Syria, Iraq and Ukraine>>>

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                        • 19 May 20:21, by Kuch

                          The US, the UK, their UN, their NGOs and their allies want to to chess game toy around with our country & our people like their 20s COLD WAR with West and East Germany & they are hoping that our country may be re-united with the so-called cloned arabs of North Sudan:http://c.newsnow.co.uk/A/886361012?-21266:8599:0
                          We keep telling some of our Riek Machar & his bunch of fools that what>>>

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                          • 19 May 20:29, by Kuch

                            the US, the UK, their UN, their creepy NGOs & their allies want in our country is not going to end very well. Fellows, sharpen your damn spears. We are going to bomb the damn UNIMISS and everything that is connected to evil white Americans, English people and their evil juus out of our country. Who these evils in their villages with their dirty intrigues? Who really want these evils?

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  • 19 May 12:46, by Garang Akeen Tong

    Out of sign out of mind, so you can force donkey to water but you can,t force him to drink.

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    • 19 May 14:27, by jubaone

      Garang Akeen,
      Out of sight ya Aryan jienge and not out of sign. Who taught you this hopeless phrase? Learn first to say Equatoria b4 even writing English ya jienge 🐵

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      • 19 May 16:53, by Garang Akeen Tong

        Jubaone

        Came down your tempreture bro.
        Yes Am not educated really, for I have been spent much of my time to free you from where you slavery,

        I didn,t abondance my people to abroad, as you did yaa mr. Jubaone.

        You have to resfect me, if you are not tribalistic guy.

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        • 19 May 21:28, by jubaone

          Garang Akeen,
          I see you urgently need help. Try ask your cousin Kuch who may help you out cos we don’t understand that crap you wrote. Seems like some tribal language called "jienglish".

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  • 20 May 07:15, by Adok son

    Who cares about Dinka’s dialogues?????

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