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International support is needed for effective implementation of S. Sudan peace: Makuei


South Sudanese government spokesperson Michael Makuei Lueth (Photo ST)
September 22, 2018 (JUBA) - The South Sudanese government spokesperson Minister Michael Makuei said the international community should provide the needed funds for the implementation of the revitalized agreement they want it to be implemented.

The Troika countries, the United Kingdom, United States, and Norway said voiced scepticism about the parties’ level of commitment to the agreement and said before to support the implementation process they need to see a significant change in the parties’ approach.

In a statement the VOA, Minister Makuei reiterated his government commitment to the signed agreement and pointed out that the implementation process needs international financial support.

"If they want the agreement implemented, they are supposed to join us in the implementation so that we all work together," he said before to add that "implementation means money. It means funding."

Regional officials say that the international community will continue to fund the process but would be this time more strict and request tangible progress during the 30-month transitional period.

On 18 September, the head of UN peacekeeping department and the outgoing UN Special Envoy for Sudan and South Sudan urged the international community to provide the needed support ensure the implementation of the IGAD-brokered deal.

UN envoy Nicholas Haysom further said the IGAD has to "demonstrate a commitment to make the agreement work" and to confront the peace spoilers even it is the South Sudanese government.

The IGAD is blamed for remaining silent while the reports of the ceasefire monitoring body, CTSAMM, prove that the South Sudanese army violated the ceasefire agreement, prevented humanitarian access and committed war crimes and atrocities.


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  • 23 September 08:28, by Pakuai

    Mr. Michael Makuei Lueth,
    Don’t worry about this so-called peace implementation uncle. There is nothing to be implemented here uncle. You has fought the best war uncle Michael Makuei. The US, the UK, their UN, their evil juus (so-called israelis), their cloned arabs of North Sudan, their Abeshas (so-called ethiopians), some of their Bantus in Kenya and some of their criminals in between uncle>>>>

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    • 23 September 08:36, by Pakuai

      We have killed Mr. Riek Machar long time ago in, J1 in 2016. But our country has been *hijacked by our enemies*. ’A Man like yourself had been called names, by the evil corporate America, their English people, their evil juus (so-called israel), their UN, their sleazy NGOs and some of their creepy allies in between. Mr. Michael Makuei. We are here uncle>>>

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      • 23 September 08:59, by Pakuai

        *International community, what international community uncle---bullying intended uncle*. We are here fellow.

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  • 23 September 08:51, by Games

    You are very stupid person he has ever lives in this planet. Your shithole is economically collapsed and without internationally supported, how are you going to implement this Khartoum fake peace?
    Greedy and stupid community

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    • 23 September 09:12, by Pakuai

      We are ’going to implement it’ *without a sinngle so-called US dollars, English pound, Europeans Euro and some other allies’ countries*-----Mr. Games, we are going to use ’Ugandans shillings, Kenyan shilling, Zambia Qwacha, Zimbabwea’s Dollars, *not South African Rand*, ’We are going to use Australian dollars, New Zealand, Chinese Yuan, Japanese Yemen’>>>>

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      • 23 September 09:18, by Pakuai

        No one is going to us the *US, the UK Pound,

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        • 23 September 10:39, by jubaone

          US, Troika, China, Japan et al..should not give any money for the peace implementation. The jienge republic must sell it’s oil, control graft by benydits and bandits and start agriculture. Lazy jienge idiots can’t only wait for free handouts while idling around only to rob, rape and kill. No. Money4work. Taban gave M7 about $5m so that M7 ensures that 5 VP are appointed including him.

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