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Donors must resist Juba calls to fund South Sudan implementation process: PDM

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SPLM-IO leader Machar and President Kiir ink the goevrance agreement in Khartoum on 5 August 2018 (Photo Ugandan Presidency)
January 25, 2019 (JUBA) - The non-signatory People’s Democratic Movement (PDM) as called on the international donors to abstain from funding the implementation of the revitalized peace agreement until a new deal is struck to address the route-causes of the conflict.

The South Sudanese government, as well as the IGAD-led Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (JMEC) and other mechanisms, have called for international support to the costly implementation of the peace pact which will last for three years.

The main donor countries the U.S., UK, and Norway (Troika countries) however stressed that the Juba must prove its commitment to the peace process and support "robust security and enforcement mechanisms, checks on executive and majority power, and the transparent use of resources for the benefit of all South Sudanese".

However, the South Sudanese government dedicated only one hundred million South Sudanese pounds and one million dollars.

In a statement extended to Sudan Tribune, PDM leader Hakim Dario said that four months since the signing of the agreement the government of President Salva Kiir still refuses to fund the implementation of the security arrangements which is crucial for the transition period that should begin in May 2019.

He further said the government continue to appoint its supporters and spend huge amounts of money but allowed one million dollar and hundred million South Sudanese pounds (nearly a half million dollar) for the implementation process.

He further recalled that "the government dished out U$16,000,000 to its supporters in the parliament to buy personal cars, but now it says it has only U$1.6 million" for the implementation process.

"The PDM appeals to the donors and the international community to resist the call by the kleptocratic and ethnically-based government in Juba for financial support for the flawed R-ARCSS implementation," he added.

"The flawed R-ARCSS needs to be re-opened to put the people first, address the root causes of conflict and re-make R-ARCSS for power sharing between the peoples of Equatoria, Upper Nile and Bahr al Ghazal," he added.

On Wednesday, Foreign Deputy Minister Deng Dau Malek disclosed that the government effectively transferred one million dollars and 100 million pounds into the National Pre-Transitional Committee (NPTC)’s account.

Commenting on this announcement on Thursday, German Ambassador to South Sudan Jan Hendrik said the government has to pay more to ensure the needed implementation of the pre-transitional period measures including the security arrangements.

"This is a South Sudanese peace agreement. 100 million SSP and $1 million. This is very little money," said Hendrik.

He further said that the government has to draw lessons from the past and to show more transparency in the management of the public funds.

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  • 26 January 06:52, by Mayendit

    The world should not listen to those holdout Oppositions such as Dr. Hakim Dario and Thomas Cirillo. These two rebels leaders and many others are absolutely people of interest who are part of the problems and they have no solution to the conflict. If they were real human perhaps, they should have followed what the majority agrees in Khartoum and Addis Ababa. These traitors will have no future.

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  • 26 January 07:05, by Mayendit

    Dr. Hakim Dario and Thomas Cirillo must be inform that, the South Sudanese people are not stupid and they are not like an Old South Sudanese who were being fools 30 years ago. I am very sure some PhD holders and many others generals in South Sudan will have no good future because the young people are now recording all background of rebels leaders and the people who thinks as educated but fools.

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    • 26 January 14:36, by The Rhino

      Jubaone,Eastern,

      Good points!No fund to jienge republic, let them go to hell.Since 2005,these savages have been stealing sums of dollars as if there is no tomorrow.Let them retrieve the stolen money to fund their fake peace.The US,UK and Norway should never waste taxpayers money to save them.Fact is,Kiir’s army/gov. is a rotten company full of thieves.Just imagine,few years ago,jienge thieves....

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      • 26 January 14:47, by The Rhino

        Jubaone,Eastern,

        ....were apprehended at International airports(Britain,Egypt) with millions of dollars.This money was directly stolen from the office of Kiir by his own close relatives...wicked!Now how about those stolen and deposited in Kenya,Uganda, Ethiopia or other locations? Its shocking!

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      • 26 January 15:28, by jubaone

        Rhino
        Everything in the world changes, the jienges don’t change. It’s therefore, irrelevant and time wasting. We as Equatorians are the dynamo of SS and so without NAS/PDM/SSNMC and Equatorian intellectuals, SS will remain the eternal stinking shithole with jienges. In the end, we must go EQUATEXIT. We take care of ourselves, they take care of themselves. Period.

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  • 26 January 07:14, by Eastern

    The donor community, MOSTLY WESTERN countries, cannot be seen WASTING taxpayers money....! Let Kiir extend the begging bowl, to RUSSIA, CHINA, VENEZUELA, et al....

    When it comes to funding the morons in Juba look west; for arms and other shoddy deals the morons look east. Fools...!

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    • 26 January 09:14, by jubaone

      Eastern
      Well said. $24m paid to Khartoum, $16m to parliamentarians, $8m stashed away by Riak Jok Chief of SSDinka Forces, $15m recently transferred to Kiirminal’s secret account in Mauritius, $50m recently lost in the office of the Kiirminal etc.etc. These jienge miscreants are congenital thieves. They steal anything, everything, anywhere, anytime. No peace funding. Case closed. Thank you NDM.

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      • 26 January 09:36, by Eastern

        jubaone,

        The Bahr el Gahzal jenge naturally have their priorities wrong hance the annual famine starting around July every year! Now this poor prioritization is manifesting in the Juba regime. Can you imagine these dudes on have $1.4 million on the table for R-ARCSS implementation...?!

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      • 26 January 09:38, by Eastern

        ....Jok Riak and company have stashed away probably more than the $8 million you are talking about guven that the hundreds of divisions of SSDinka Forces is but ghost numbers. Jok Riak and his ’division’ commanders have been pocketing salaries of the ghost soldiers for months now...!

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      • 26 January 09:41, by Eastern

        ...Let the Chinese, Russian, Venezuela, et al contribute funding for the implementation of the shoddy agreement. Soon and very soon, Khartoum won’t be nice to Riek Machar, the dull SPLA-IO ’leader’....

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      • 26 January 12:29, by South South

        jubaone,
        Barking in internet about Dinka tribe will take you nowhere, but will make you look very stupid while you are in USA. leader of PDM is stupid enough to be a monkey. Let him try Yei or any other small village in Eqautoria, we will teach him very good lessons.He is in trouble and he knows it. We give no damn care to you, Hakim, Eastern and other rats from Karo we know, case is closed.

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        • 26 January 12:41, by Eastern

          South South,

          Let the Chinese, Russian, Venezuela, et al contribute funding for the implementation of the shoddy agreement!

          I am here at the Ugandan market in Gumbo near the Nile bridge, come and have sone fresh water melon and paw paw from Uganda. Fuck!

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          • 26 January 13:09, by South South

            Eastern,

            You have been seduced by fake Arabs and I don’t think you can think well. This is always true when you are coward, people can do things unimaginable to you. Fake Arabs know very well that Karo people are very cowards and very stupid, that why they slept with them, no reaction, but instead you go to KARAMAs, parties, drinking, running after tiny rats. These are the things you are good at.

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            • 26 January 13:19, by Eastern

              South South,

              What is a fake Arab?! You either an Arab or not, there’s no grey area for that!

              Back to South Sudan, Donors must resist Juba calls to fund South Sudan implementation process: PDM - what’s your take, jenge village boy?!

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              • 26 January 13:51, by jubaone

                Eastern
                We are all very grateful to Yei River State Gov. for rejecting to avail cantonment areas for SSDinka forces who have been defeated and want to come through the back-door with IO. We are grateful, that the Troika has objected to funding this jienge-nyagat luak deal. Only when Equatorians put their weight behind this deal can SS get peace. The rest is jienge-nyagat luak thrash, no substance

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                • 26 January 15:46, by Eastern

                  jubaone,

                  People in that part of South Sudan, especially those near Moroto still remember what the jenge did to them under the watch of James Wani Iga and Sopas Loboro! No more jenge squatters in Equatoria!

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                  • 26 January 16:40, by jubaone

                    Eastern
                    That is it. Brute and savage fighting maybe a jienge domain, we Equatorians will use our skills to pin them down and then 👊 bang!. They will never be allowed to educate their Jienge kids in our schools, they will not be allowed to own any assets, they will not be allowed to marry our girls nor shall our boys be allowed to marry nyanjienges cuz this will produce less intelligent kids.

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              • 28 January 01:15, by Pakuai

                Eastern,
                You piece of cloned so-called arab is so desperate that you cease to be inconsistent with what you claim to stand for. Tell chap, who doesn’t belong in to a village in South Sudan or indeed the whole Africa? You can damn go and live in Juba, Nairobi, Montreal, All Cairo et all, but you still have the village you were, your parents or grandparents were born in. So what is wrong with villages people?>>>

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                • 28 January 01:29, by Pakuai

                  By the way, the people who always send you milk, cheese, beef, floor or bread and others are village people. Mr. Eastern you are just another cloned arab piece of trash. Over 70% of the SPLM/A were village boys and they managed to show you cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan how wars are fought. And if it were not because of traitors like Mr. Riek Machar, Lam Akol and Adwok Nyabe, the SPLA would have marched to Al Khartoum at day light in late 1991 or early 1992 trust me Mr. Eastern>>>>

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                  • 28 January 01:39, by Pakuai

                    These same Riek Machar and his Lam Akol Siamese twin brother are now back to Khartoum, to their cloned so-called arab masters. They went and signed their so-called "Khartoum peace Agreement" in 1997 after they were blasted out of South Sudan. A piece document Mr. Omar Hassan Al Bashir with lieutenants shredded in front of fools & traitors and chopped it into throats of and told them to get f-ck>>>>

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                    • 28 January 01:51, by Pakuai

                      Mr. Risk Machar & Lam Akol came back to mother SPLM/A in 2002 humiliated and of course they were welcomed back with open arms by SPLM/A like the "biblical prodigal son (s), because South Sudanese believe with unity, they can move mountains and were again given high positions. But the traitors seem not learn a thing or two. They think, they are entitle to be leaders of South Sudan & the South Sudanese people at all costs how much pains & destruction the criminals have caused our our country and our people>>>

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                      • 28 January 02:05, by Pakuai

                        Besides, we have Mr. Salva Kiir and his bunch of lowly in formed advisors who just want to be leaders just for the sake of being South Sudan’s leaders. Why are the traitors like Riek Machar, Lam Akol, Adwok Nyabe, Pagan Amuom and others always allowed to get away with high treasons against South South Sudanese people? Action have equal consequence, it is the way it. During our genuine war of independence, innocent SPLA foot soldiers were often fire squad with some minor infractions. So why are menaces like Mr. Riek Machar and his goons not gotten rid off & be done with it>>>

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                        • 28 January 02:19, by Pakuai

                          There was this cliché during our war independence that " a one or two pieces of elephant grass easily be removed from a thatched hut or a building, and the hut or the building won’t leak or miss them" For South Sudanese who have lost a great deal of loved ones, property and others due to some evils like Mr. Machar Lam and others ceaseless quest for at the expense of others, a dangerous animosity and hatred has been set. South Sudanese people can forgive each others. But forgiving traitors like Mr. Machar, Lam Akol, Pagan Amuom, Thomas Cirillo and their foreign sponsors isn’t going to fly this time around>>>

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                          • 28 January 02:33, by Pakuai

                            The foreign puppets, thieves and traitors know what they have created is too much than their ceaseless aim to be South Sudanese leaders at all costs and that why the criminals are cowering in Khartoum, Adis Ababa and Nairobi and they are yabbering for their foreign masters to bring the mercenaries IGAD countries called Rapid protection force (RPF) to come and protect them against the South Sudanese people rage. Or the UN and the NGOs to take over South Sudan and the South Sudanese people?!!! I can don’t know what do the traitors, thieves and traitors really think they are to South Sudan & the South Sudanese people?>>>

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      • 26 January 15:45, by jubaone

        Eastern, Rhino
        Let us Equatorians mobilize out folks to support Equatexit. We don’t need jienges for us to move on and this is the message we have to tell all our friends. The international community knows that any reasonable development in SS is only possible in Equatoria while the rest are just grazing fields. Let us Equatorians go for Equatexit. It’s good, progressive and humane.

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        • 26 January 15:54, by jubaone

          Rhino, Eastern
          Out greatest asset in Equatoria, is our hardworking and peace-loving people who are progressive, independent and God-fearing. We must NEVER allow ourselves to be misused at the expense of SS. We sacrificed much, now we must witness how tailless chimps, illiterate savages are trying to own SS alone. Now it’s time to say: Stop Jienge ?.

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          • 26 January 15:56, by jubaone

            Equatoria Matters. Stop Jienges ? .

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            • 26 January 17:13, by Eastern

              jubaone,

              Equatoria is TIRED AND VERY TIRED of LEECHES....The jenge regime tried but failed to start and sustain jenge businessmen and businesswomen. Dr. Hakim Dario needs to be commended for his superb campaigns...!

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              • 26 January 17:59, by jubaone

                Eastern
                The small Rwanda, just as large as Central Equatoria State has made significant progress. They have established a national carrier Rwandair that the Kiirminal uses when traveling. SS with immense resources is like a giant idiot that is incapable of doing anything worthwhile. The jienges are the problem. We must go our way cuz they are simply a human waste and we foolishly get hooked.

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                • 26 January 18:05, by jubaone

                  We Equatorians must believe in ourselves and would have gone far ahead in terms of development. Our hardworking, skilled and clever people have progressed without oil. Our people are more valuable than oil and so we neither need jienges nor nyagateen. They are like logs tied to our running legs. Yes, we can. We need no jienges. Support PDM/NAS/SSMNC. Yes to Equatexit. Stop jienge 👐.

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                  • 26 January 19:32, by The Rhino

                    Jubaone,

                    Absolutely right! Its EquatExit,Federalism or death!We Equatorians must only concentrate on our own affairs.Its possible for Equatoria to become separate independent state.We’ll invest everything into it to make this happen.Jienges OUT!

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  • 26 January 07:18, by Mayendit

    Dr. Hakim Dario
    You have had obtaining your education outsider Africa and we thoughts people like you and many more South Sudanese educators should be the Top peacemakers in the new country unfortunately, there are indication about your skills, experience and the knowledge our people puts hope on you guys and this is very sad indeed. I couldn’t blame Thomas Cirillo because he is insider man.

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    • 26 January 17:38, by Eastern

      Dr. Hakim Dario does not have to reply this...Granted that he had his eductaion in the West, so what...?!

      While Dr. Riek Machar is SLEEPING on his Ph.D, Lam Akol is doin somethin about it;what is important is, Eastern, jubaone, The Rhino, et al are championing the cause, what’s your problem..?!

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      • 26 January 19:49, by The Rhino

        Eastern,

        Perfect point! Those who sleep on their Ph.Ds are either cozy and compatible with their enemies, are food lovers or sellouts.They don’t apply simple rationality or philosophy of what they were awarded for.This Riak has betrayed the entire IO movement in dropping Federalism.This is his grand mistake. He’ll struggle with that the whole of his left lifespan,Amen!

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        • 26 January 23:38, by jubaone

          Rhino
          Don’t worry! This time around Riek will not need an escape route through our forests nor shall we allow that to happen. He abused our trust when we guided him to escape. It’s over now and we mean business. Be good to us and we shall be good to him, fuck with us, we fuck with him. That simple.

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  • 26 January 23:31, by nakhim

    LET THEM CHECK THE HOME OF THE CHIEF THIEF HIS TUCKUL AND HIS KUSCHUK FOR THE OIL MONEY.

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  • 27 January 06:47, by Theallseeingeye

    What a shame! South Sudan those Jienge morons have burred you in deep Shame. the Jienge have deliberately introduced the culture of "begging and para-siting on others" into the government system and diplomatic relationship. obviously, what do you think that is? mere begging except without begging bowl.

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  • 27 January 17:59, by lino

    Hahaa! South Sudanese in Government must fund their own peace agreement. Their is no free money nowadays to fund these processes anymore.
    Go back to IGAD countries to find ways of funding you. Western countries wanted Government change before funding! Take it or leave it!!!!

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  • 27 January 18:51, by Eastern

    Dear All....!,

    DUMP Dr. Riek Machar for he’s FAKE,FAKE and FAKE....!

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    • 27 January 20:39, by jubaone

      Eastern
      Without federalism or kokora, Riek is just the other side of the Kiirminal. He, Taban, Ruai Koang, Tut Gatluak Kew and all Nuers+Nyagateen can’t free their Nuers patched together like boat slaves in Juba PoC, why should we care? He should strategize his escape route as of now cuz this time around, we have a completely different arithmetic.

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  • 28 January 02:45, by One people

    Hahahahahahahahaha ?,very one stupid and funny one ever. I have never and never and never ever hear about any rebel in these world that can give any order or to conves any international community in these world to say what they want to say to spect international com to follow. maybe is because Obama changed the rule of law to gay rule, maybe reason is because for the gay rebels to say gay shit.

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    • 28 January 09:57, by Kwacha Okonyomoi

      Sudan Tribune should not entertain these nonsense of tribalism. WE are one nation and we should solve our problems amicably.

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      • 28 January 13:38, by jubaone

        Mr. Kwachamoi,
        This is ludicrous and at best stupid to assert, we are one nation. You remind me of a slave that gets invited to his masters table for dinner and has an empty plate whereas his master have all the goodies. The slave gleefully smiles and at the end goes to his hut with empty stomach. What has SS and jienge republic offered you?

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