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UN Security Council likely to slap sanctions on senior S. Sudan officials

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Nikki R. Haley, United States Permanent Representative to the UN, at the UN Security Council meeting on 7 February 2017 (UN Photo)
May 26, 2018 (WASHINGTON) - United Nations Security Council is expected next Thursday to impose sanctions on the South Sudanese government, officials including Defence Minister and Minister of Cabinet Affairs who chairs the government delegation to the peace revitalization forum.

Also in the same meeting of 31 May, the 15-member body will adopt a resolution renewing the measures related to targeted sanctions in order to support the search for an inclusive and sustainable peace in South Sudan.

The United States which is the penholder on South Sudan circulated a draft resolution on 25 May at an informal meeting. The adoption requires nine Yes votes out of the 15 total votes.

The draft resolution seen by Sudan Tribune provides to renew until 31 May 2019 the targeted sanctions including ban travel and asset freeze, to extend until 30 June 2019 the mandate of the Panel of Experts and to impose sanctions on five officials from the government and one from the rebel side.

According to the draft resolution the list includes SPLM-IO Governor of Bieh State Koang Rambang Chol, Kuol Manyang Juuk South Sudan Defence Minister, Malek Reuben Riak Rengu, Deputy Chief of Defence for Logistics in South Sudan’s army, Martin Elia Lomuro, Minister of Cabinet Affairs, Michael Makuei Lueth Minister of Information and Gen Paul Malong Awan Former SPLA Chief of Staff sacked by Kiir in May 2017.

Awan, Lueth and Rengu are already blacklisted by the U.S. administration for their roles in destabilizing South Sudan.

For the rebel commander, Chol is sanctioned for ordering to restrict the movement of humanitarian workers. "He was responsible for the detention of two (Kenyan) pilots delivering aid, obstructing their humanitarian activities" last February.

The resolution said the head of the government negotiating team Lomuro "threatened members of the press, obstructed humanitarian missions, and threatened to eliminate the Ceasefire and Transitional Security Arrangements Monitoring Mechanism (CTSAMM). Lomuro also obstructed the activities of UNMISS".

Regarding the defence minister, the draft resolution says under his command the army violated the ceasefire of December 2017 by attacking civilians. But also the SPLA expanded or extended the conflict through offensives in Pagak.

The resolution further says the South Sudanese defence minister supplied the Sudanese rebel of the SPLM-N with military equipment in violation of the 2015 peace agreement.

LOBBYING SECURITY COUNCIL

The Deputy head of the South Sudan mission to the United Nations told Juba in a note dated on 25 May the Security Council would likely adopt the resolution.

"From the way some members of Security Council spoke during the Panel of Experts report, the draft will likely pass as the penholder only requires 9 yes votes out of the 15 total votes," said the south Sudanese diplomat in its note seen by Sudan Tribune.

The diplomat advised to reach out China and Russia asking them to use their veto vote.

She further recommended that Juba lobbies the Council members in a way to prevent the penholder, the United States from getting the nine votes required to pass the resolution.

So, the note recommended to particularly contact two African non-permanent members of the Council- Cote d’Ivoire and Equatorial Guinea - to request them to abstain during the vote. The two countries reportedly are in favour of the targeted sanctions.

Also, it considered good to reach the other non-permanent countries including Bolivia, Ethiopia; Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Netherlands, Peru, Poland and Sweden to convince them to not support the draft resolution.

In a recent interview with the VOA, Brian Shukan, director of the office of the U.S. Special Envoy for South Sudan said they want to impose sanctions on individuals seen to be blocking the peace process.

"We have taken an approach using sanctions where we want to apply pressure and also to hold people accountable," said Shukan.

Also, UK special envoy for Sudan and South Sudan Christopher Trott approved the approach.

"We are in the process of looking [for] ways in which we can introduce sanctions on individuals, both for corrupt practices and for obstructing the peace process," he told VOA.

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  • 27 May 05:30, by Mayendit

    The UN Security Council are not the one who prepares list of the South Sudanese Officials to be sanction but the SPLA IO, SPLM Detainees led by Majak Agoot. The rebels of Riek Machar and Majak Agoot are the one who prepares lists of the people whom gets sanction likewise, the groups of Twic East of Jonglei State gave the name of Michael Makuei Lueth and Kuol Manyang Juuk and more are coming.

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    • 27 May 15:42, by pabaak

      Mayendit
      You are right the list of who will be sanctioned prepared by those who think either will be them or no south Sudan. Its purely individuals interest no south Sudan at all. And these are the people want to sell south Sudan to foreigners for thier own benefit but the making historical mistake that will not forget

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      • 27 May 15:57, by pabaak

        Whether they want to sell it to Sudan or America and UN nothing is going to succeed.
        In fact i urge government not to listen to theses noises.they should proceed ahead according to peace plan of home groom initiative that is national dialuage and people to people consultation.This initiatives be safe guarded by strengthened security in all corners of south Sudan. any criminal tried to mess with

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        • 27 May 16:09, by pabaak

          Security of people and the country should be deal with accordingly. We can’t wait this endless so called revitalization. Its not actually meant to bring peace and stability its actually meant to bring more cchoas and a new colonism era want to be peacefully pass to south Sudan by their own people. So that can’t loss something in the process but we already discovered this dirty game playing by thes

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          • 27 May 16:14, by pabaak

            Criminals whether armed or un armed group that collaborated with their masters in North Sudan, Europe and America

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        • 28 May 18:53, by The rock

          look at you, just look at you such a stupid human being. how on earth do you think that filthy think of yours called National Dialogue will bring peace? and by the way, dialogue between who and who yet we all know that it was Kiir and Machar that fought in the SPLM party. that thing Called ND should be between Kiir, Machar and the SPLM, that’s all I can tell you fool

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          • 28 May 20:17, by pabaak

            If you think US and UN are one to bring peace then you know nothing about these group, US especially with current president Trump is care less about bringing peace to countries more than bringing choas to these countries. Why US or Trump administration always come up with unilateral after unilateral sanction against south Sudan leaders?

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            • 28 May 20:26, by pabaak

              What is more concern about south Sudan, Is it an island in America. Is it because of few dollars as assistant to humanitarian? Any person can ask these questions.because is not doing well at home either.in fact his approval rate is one of lowest among US presidents in the history and no doubt will be one term President.

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              • 28 May 20:36, by pabaak

                So some body like him is not doing wel in his own country how he can try to correct others? so Trump need to take his off from south Sudan and correct his own problems at home.
                Coming to UN tell the country that has successful because of UN intervention. here in south Sudan we already have enough of them from sexual exploitation in their camps to harbored criminals that cause id daily insecurity i

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                • 28 May 20:51, by pabaak

                  Insecurity in Juba.and remember years during Helinde Johnson e Johnson era as UN secretary General envoy in South Sudan.i former lake State. A UN convey was caught off by SPLA that was full of weapons and varieties of ammunition that were transported to un known distantion just meant for continuation of instability in the country.

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                  • 28 May 20:57, by pabaak

                    So if you think America and UN are your best providers of peace then we are here in South Sudan then sorry you might look some where else to find peace not here in south Sudan.

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  • 27 May 05:54, by Mayendit

    If you trust Gordon Buay Malek, Majak Agot, Mabior Garang, Riek Machar, Peter Gatdet Yaka, Ayii Akol Akol, THomas Cirillo, Pagan Amum, Lam Akol perhaps, you will be able to puts your trustworthy on Hyenas and the Lions. These people would never be trust belief me. The problems in Juba’s government is the way they ignored everythings and this is why some people stolen money and they gets away with

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  • 27 May 06:05, by Mayendit

    I think Juba’s government must have to considering that, every one working in the government and he or she is playing important role in the Republic of South Sudan would be in the lists of sanctions by rebels led by Riek Machar and the SPLM former Political Detainees led by Majak D. Agoot and Pagan Amum. Interestingly , the people who claims to be the best leaders are even worsen ever seen .

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  • 27 May 06:26, by lino

    UN should go ahead! We are tired of these leaders!!! I hope sanctioning all SS Politicians either in government or opposition!!!
    Game over!!!

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    • 28 May 18:56, by The rock

      I agree you with absolutely brother Lino...all of them in fact should be sanctioned and arrested. we are fucking tired of these clowns man

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  • 27 May 07:48, by Eastern

    Martin Elia Lumoro should have been sanctions eon ago! Where is Taban Deng on the list with his nefarious move of leading a non-existent SPLA/SPLM (IO) which produced nothing but millions of refugees...?

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    • 27 May 07:56, by Mayendit

      Eastern
      Keep singing and hoping Foreigners will hand power to your uncle Riek Machar Teny. Your uncle is going to home care leave about politics alone. You can say whatever come to your mind but still you wouldn’t run away from the history of traitor. Keep singing about Taban Deng Gai.

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  • 27 May 08:15, by jur_likang_a_ likan’g

    Martin Lomuro should have been in the list of those sanctioned long time ago. His illegal felling of teak trees in Equatoria in general and his ancestral home Loka in particular for sale overseas must be stopped. His illegal properties in London UK must be seized because they were got through illegal means. Regarding Kuol Manyang juuk no doubt this is an animal who knows nothing except brutality.

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    • 27 May 09:18, by Eastern

      jur_likang_a_ likan’g,

      Thank you. Martin Elia though by supporting the status quo his backside won’t be exposed but the dragnet has already been cast. James Hoth has already gotten netted, a big fish is following soon, according to my reliable sources. Watch this space...!

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  • 27 May 11:20, by Kenyang ll

    Often wars for independence are not enough. South Sudan currently need full armed revolutionary to destroy current corrupt system and traces or will be in it for very, very long time.

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    • 27 May 11:40, by jubaone

      Eastern
      Most of these sanctioned criminals have foreign nationalities. The US, EU, Australia and other nations should simply revoke or hand them over to ICC for inviting, furthering and masterminding human right abuses in SS. Serious travel ban, assets confiscated and arrest warrants will work. They must be trapped like rats.

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      • 27 May 13:57, by South South

        jubaone,

        The only hope wicked rebels have is international community to help them. We have been repeating our calls here for peace, but hopeless rebels think that they will force us to handover power to them. It’s very clear war is won by our government, so what’s left for rebels? Crying and begging for help.Sanctioned of individuals? Shit!!!

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        • 27 May 15:33, by jubaone

          South South
          You jienge Abyei scoundrel. I don’t respond to jienge savages and foreigners. You sold off your lands and leave us deal with "our jienges" alone. You can deal with your jellaba masters.

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          • 28 May 13:42, by South South

            jubaone,

            It’s very hard for all of us to see an old man from Equatoria lying to his teeth everyday. You just keep lying that I am from Abyei. Let me tell you who I am. I am a Dinka for myself and I visited Abyei once time in my life. Nothing is bad to be from Abyei. I am a Dinak and if that kill you, it’s OK with me. Shut up and find something to do coward, ugly and stupid old man.

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            • 28 May 17:36, by jubaone

              South South
              Is that how low you can get? Spelling even "Dinak" instead of Dinka? Dinak yaki, malu tazibna kulu mara, ya jienge inta?. Every jienge like every tailless monkey 🐵 has a habitat. Tell our esteemed readers where you are from. Don’t claim you are a jienge from Nimule, Yei or Juba. We don’t have Equatorian jienges, Dinak yaki!

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              • 28 May 19:37, by South South

                jubaoen,
                You low person in everything can not find anything to talk about. Spelling ? Is that the only problem you see monkey. Iam from Juba, Yei, Nimule, Wau, Yambio, Aweil Gogrial, Malakal. What is your problem. These are all my cities I liberated.

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                • 28 May 20:02, by jubaone

                  South South
                  Jubaone NOT Jubaoen. It’s getting worse each time give your replies. Try jienglish ya aryan jienge. Ha..ha..ha. Dinak instead of Dinka. This is supposed to be a liberator? Ko’dot jiengetot. Just good as a security guard or water carrier.

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                  • 28 May 20:31, by South South

                    Jubaone who really care about the correct spelling of Nyam Nyam, maybe monkey or rat. I can hire the entire Bari tribe to work for me. We are holding it and you have to wait for another 3000 years if you don’t like our government before we talk to you monkey.Get over it and join us before it’s too late for an old man

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                    • 29 May 07:41, by jubaone

                      South South
                      Bari people don’t work for jienges, but jienges worked for us. They came and we allowed them to squat in Nyaing, Juba na Bari where they cultivated peanuts and later on corrupted the name into Thong piny. We whooped them on their naked butts and forced them to wear underpants "mayo". Today jienges are wearing clean suits and underpants. Wow.

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                      • 29 May 07:47, by jubaone

                        South South
                        Even the Kiirminal is wearing tailored suits even a black hat. What a novelty. Jienges are now all dressed up with suits in the hot Juba sun trying to catch up for lost times when they did run 🏃 naked like chimps. For me, you’re a jienge, even if you go to America, still a jienge savage. I’ll NEVER respect a jienge. Case closed.

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      • 27 May 15:44, by jubaone

        21yrs long, the US and its partners supported the jienges while the short-legged Peking communists and dog-eaters supplied weapons to the jellaba. After 2011, these forgetful jienge bastards turned around and shit 💩 into the very bowl they scooped their walwal. How ungrateful. What the opposition needs is just hardware and the rest we sort out our way.

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      • 27 May 19:51, by One people

        jubaone

        It is the first time for your bitch ass to say something that makes small sense, but don’t forget that your boss Riek M - Thomas C - Pagan A & many more of your bosses are foreigners including you. All of you returned to SS just to destroy it and to steal SS money to build a house with it in the country where you got the citizenship from>>

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        • 27 May 20:28, by One people

          all of you deserve to be sanctioned, your bosses they deserve to be sanctioned for killing SSudanese people for positions, and you jubaone you deserve to be sanctioned for being a racist. Government and rebels are all deserve to be sanctioned, because they’re all responsible for the death of innocent SSudanese people. US should Blame all sides, but not one side because they’re all leaders SS

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          • 27 May 20:51, by One people

            I mean they’re all leaders of South Sudan, wader in the bushes or in the city, in the government or in the rebellion, if you tell me you don’t deserve to be sanctioned, than why do you give an order to innocent citizen of SS to kill themselves for you to become a leader famous, and why do you call yourself a SSudanese and why do you have a right to kill SSudanese people?

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            • 27 May 23:14, by One people

              Kuch is right when he says. The US, the UK, their UN & their creepy allies in between are the one who tryna destroy our nation bay playing evil rules just to collect money from our pple blood, and some countries are happy to see our pple are refuges and coming in to their country bcoz they want to filled up their bank with strong currency that is being send from SS to their families

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              • 27 May 23:51, by One people

                All the countries that are holding South Sudanese refuges are getting Richer from the money that is being send from South Sudanese are outside Africa, you know what I mean about that. This war will never end until South Sudanese people give up fighting each other by themselves or to wake up from sleep. Until when you will stop or understand that some people are making money from your death?

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              • 28 May 02:01, by jur_likang_a_ likan’g

                One People,

                Is your name One People or one Kara? You are a disgrace if you are really a South Sudan citizen. What has your tribesman done to the country apart from corruption, nepotism, tribalism and economic destruction of the country? Roads, health clinics were all built and managed by foreigners. Roads are all sorry state. Schools in tatters!! and you call that person a leader!!! You are mad.

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                • 28 May 03:41, by One people

                  jur_likang_a_ likan’g

                  Pleas, when you read, read and understand, I was talking about all the leaders of South Sudan who are involved in killing South Sudanese people, they are all responsible for all of those killings in our country, all of them rebels leaders are the some country leaders, they’re all SPLA and they’re the ones who started the war among themselves>>

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                  • 28 May 04:07, by One people

                    question is, if they were true leaders than why their country is full of death innocent people? And why are they killing their own people if they are true leaders? If there were miss trust among them, than why they didn’t build trust among them before the separation? Why all of them don’t deserve sanction? jur_likang_a_ likan’g, you deserve to be sanctioned too because you ricest

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  • 27 May 14:25, by pabaak

    America and European think they can still control Africa as the way the did during slavery.millions of Africans people have been shipped to America and Europe they think has gone out of our hearts that’s why they think they still control us.but they need to know that we are no longer in 18 or 19th century,its new millennium, we are not going to listen to their damned ideas through so called UN, n

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    • 27 May 14:51, by pabaak

      The new tools to safe guard slavery.but they step on the wrong foot.if they know nothing about people of south Sudan then open bible if they realy fear God.you can’t mess with God prophecy.must fearful people on earth"take it or leave it.we know this know subjugated against us since British colony left us under Arab colonism but we were able to struggle for freedom

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      • 27 May 15:04, by pabaak

        But if they want to fellow us again, trying to mess with the God prophecy then they will know the consequences. Don’t tell me south Sudan is the only country in workd that’s is doing well. No country perfect including America. In fact America today is the country that discriminate people based on race and place of orgin.if you think i am research how many un armed blacks people been killed every y

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        • 27 May 15:16, by pabaak

          If you think i am wrong then researched
          .
          this nonsense so called individual sanctions will never change something on the ground .if rebels and G10 think that this way to ruined the sovereignty then they are wrong. And they will be known in the history that are people who stabbed to people of south at the back. But all of them including their masters from or America will fail.

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  • 27 May 14:35, by Sunday Junup

    UNSC is taking the right direction in the right time. i hope those in Juba will understand and learn

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  • 27 May 22:13, by Kuch

    Sunday Junup,
    If you losers think that your US & her allies are going to come & enthrone you losers, thieves & traitors into power in our country? Then think again fellows, that is not gonna happen under our watch fools. We keep informing you losers that your US, the UK, France & their UN regime change business often work for them in Middle East, West Africa, Central Africans, South African,>>>>

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    • 27 May 22:20, by Kuch

      South American countries, Eastern European or Asian countries. But right here in South Sudan? My goodness, that is not going to happen under the sun fellows. Everybody knows these days that your US, the UK, their UN & their NGOs are the ones who are against a sustainable peace in our country & against our people. The US, the UK, their UN, their NGOs & some of their creepy allies in between>>>>

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      • 27 May 22:25, by Kuch

        have picked their puppets like Pagan Amuom, Riek Machar, Thomas Cirillo, Rebecca Nyandeng, her ugly son, Majak Agoot & Co. and are holding them at ransom against our country & our people as their bargaining cards & blackmails to crawl their evils selves into our country solely for the evils to come & plunder our country like what they had/are doing in DRC, CAR, Libya, Mali, Syria, Yemen, Iraq,>>>>

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        • 27 May 22:30, by Kuch

          Afghanistan or Ukraine. But the US, the UK, their UN, their NGOs & their allies are wasting their damn times & our times. The US, the UK & their allies do not know that this is South Sudan, a country of people who have an absolute contempt to any evil on earth who thinks that he/she can stand over our necks. Good luck to them though. The evils think that they can bully their evil selves into our>>

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          • 27 May 22:43, by Kuch

            country through their selected puppets, but we not going to buy these cheap & dirty intrigues fellows. The US, the UK, their UN & creepy allies in between have been asked that ’our national dialogue’ and right here inside South Sudan & not in foreign hotels, brothels & bars of Adis Ababa. But they don’t want to listen, they (the US, the UK & their creepy allies) know pretty well that if>>>

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            • 27 May 22:48, by Kuch

              their so-called High Level Revitalization Forum (HLRF) is done here in South Sudan, then their puppets/stooges like Pagan Amuom, Lam Akol, Thomas Cirillo, Majak Agoot, Rebecca Nyandeng, Riek Machar, Adwok Nyabe, Uyai Deng Ajak & their other thieves that they are holding hostage in foreign capitals will have cold feet to come to South Sudan>>>>

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              • 27 May 22:54, by Kuch

                because the foreign puppets, thieves & traitors know what they have done to our country & our country has not been taken lightly, high treason deserve fire squad or hangman noose. That is how it was done during our war independence & that is how we are supposed to be doing it. The traitors, thieves & foreign puppets think that they can sellout our country to foreign masters & their interests>>>

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                • 27 May 23:12, by Kuch

                  and the foreign puppets, thieves & traitors think they can be welcomed into our country again and into the same government. Good luck to our traitors, thieves & their foreign masters once again. They can either come back, go to their own villages, be electable & form their own damn parties & contest against the current government in elections>>>

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                  • 27 May 23:31, by Kuch

                    and if the losers, thieves, traitors & foreign puppets win elections, then they can rule us & our country. And if they lose in elections, then the traitors can reorganize & compete in another elections cycle. That is how it is done in other countries around the world. But for the traitors, thieves & foreign puppets to be hauled back again like what their foreign puppets>>>>

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                    • 28 May 00:08, by Kuch

                      or masters of (the US, the UK, their UN, their evil juus & some of their creepy allies) did with their then peace agreement so-called: http://www.sudantribune.com/spip.php?article56093
                      that eventually came & exploded in to their evil faces in 2016. But the evils have step on the wrong people’s feet>>>>>

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                      • 28 May 00:15, by Kuch

                        the Dinkas/Monyjiengs of the Sudan are back fellows, who says we want the evil white Americans, English people, their evil juus, their cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan, their gulf Arab states, their so-called ethiopians (Abeshas) and some of their creepy allies in between in our country? Who really wants these vermins in their villages or backyards? No one fellows>>>

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                        • 28 May 00:47, by Kuch

                          Fellows, the evil white Americans, English people, their evil juus, their UN, their sleazy NGOs & some of their creepy allies in between love affair with our country & our people has gone too far, and it must stop. We keep informing our lowly informed ’traitors, thieves & foreign puppets’ that we are going to bomb them with their ’foreign masters to near extinction out of our country’>>>>

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                          • 28 May 01:10, by Kuch

                            once and for all. But the losers, traitors, thieves & foreign puppets think, that we consider them anyone in our country & over our country?! Good luck, fellow that is not gonna happen in our country ever ever again. Reason, PURE HATRED & RACISM.

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                            • 28 May 01:29, by Kuch

                              Some of my South Sudanese lazies, thieves & traitors. The UN, the so-called USNC, their sleazy NGOs, their evil juus & some of their creepy allies in between are our *real enemies*.

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                              • 28 May 17:39, by lino

                                Kuch!!!

                                If you read history very well and understand the crisis in Old Sudan before SS broke away, it is the same issues and confusion the world body is talking about today!!!
                                How comes Southerners and marginalized people of Old Sudan were complaining in 1980’s and 90’s about Islamic and half Arab North Governments to World Boy those days, And now Southern Government can’t stand the same blames?!

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                                • 28 May 17:43, by lino

                                  Even Southerners become more brutal to each other than what Northerners did.

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                                • 28 May 20:40, by lino

                                  Correction....to World Body those days, and now Southern Government under Gen. Kiir Mayardiit can’t stand the same blames?!
                                  When governments around the world started butchering their own citizens, no any civilized people can sit and watch!!! They interfere; especially they are the ones paying the bills to feed your own refugees!!!

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  • 28 May 18:48, by The rock

    UNSC should also include President Kiir and Riak Machar, for they also playing their games off not bring peace back to south Sudanese citizens. and this sanctions should actually be implemented and also travel ban. we need peace and nothing much.

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    • 28 May 20:33, by Kenyang ll

      The Rock,
      You said it. These two need to be added with Nuer-hater coward Kuol Manyang. These three are honest owners of this war. The deserve sanction and travel ban.

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