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Civil society body lauds S. Sudan’s opposition demands for dialogue

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October 3, 2019 (JUBA) – A South Sudanese civil society entity has welcomed South Sudan Opposition Movements (SSOM) alliance’s recent demand for dialogue with President Salva Kiir’s government.

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South Sudanese civil society activist Edmund Yakani (The Niles/File)

In a statement issued on Friday, Community Empowerment for Progress Organization (CEPO) said it fully supports the opposition’s on the need for dialogue than violence to resolve political differences.

“This is clear sense of nationalism and responsibility for making stability prevails in South Sudan. This call should be taken serious by both the government and SSOM. CEPO appreciates the positive response of SSOM to our regular calls for resolution of the political difference in a non-violent manner,” CEPO said in a statement.

It said the conflicting political parties not signatory to the peace deal should give chance for dialogue than violence for resolving their political difference with the government while also urging the Juba regime to give dialogue a chance instead of resorting to violence.

“Further continuous of violence in South Sudan offers great risk for taking the country to the worse situation nobody ever wishes,” noted CEPO.

Meanwhile, CEPO is urging the regional bloc (IGAD) special envoy to South Sudan to take seriously SSOM’s call and facilitate the dialogue.

On Wednesday, members the opposition alliance demanded for dialogue with Kiir’s government, saying it is the only “genuine” and “meaningful” way of achieving lasting peace in the young nation.

The group, in a statement, expressed dismay at what it described as President Kiir’s withdrawal of earlier calls for a peaceful resolution, through dialogue with non-signatories to the September peace deal.

Separately, the opposition movement alliance also criticized David Shearer, the head of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS), after he attributed the surge in violence in the country to the activities of non-signatories to the September 2018 peace deal.

The group said as co-signatories to the December 2017 Cessation of Hostilities Agreement; they will respectfully abide by and uphold it.

South Sudan descended into war in December 2013 when Kiir accused Machar of plotting a coup.

In September 2018, the rival factions involved in the conflict signed a peace deal to end the conflict that has killed tens of thousands of people and displaced over 2 million people in the country.

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  • 4 October 10:56, by Eastern

    Now this wacky civil society bodies should SQUAT somewhere outside Juba and support their jawa with their open palms and listen: IGAD, the donkey and draught body is clueless and Museveni thought he can rule more than one country. Machar may be forced to come to Juba but is in itself NOT PEACE..!

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    • 4 October 12:59, by Pakuai

      Eastern,
      "Civil society body lauds S. Sudan’s opposition demands for dialogue"
      There you go! I thought you should know better chap. Who pays for these South Sudanese so-called ’civil societies’ chap? It is *the US, the UK, their evil juus (so-called israelis), their gulf Arab states financiers; through their so-called sleazy UN, sleazy NGOs and some of their creeps in between chap>>>>

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      • 4 October 13:07, by Pakuai

        Why is ’South Sudan and South Sudanese problems’ are another ’problems again when *our cloned so-called arab of North Sudan, Abesh (so-called ethiopia), Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and their UN and their sleazy NGOs* are the ones ’who need UN and NGOs?’. Mike Mike, careful chap. Keep your ’AK47 chap’. The evils have been living over our country for a long time chap>>>>

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        • 4 October 13:13, by Pakuai

          This *Murles8 piece of trash doen’t know how much we hate his financiers from *US, the UK, their evil UN and their sleazy NGOs and some of their creeps in between here in our region chap*, Mr. Mike Mike chap. Our country was destined to be ’used to be used as ’a begging bowl’ around the world. And that the ’money begged’ in the names of ’hungry South Sudanese’ would always come>>>>

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          • 4 October 13:51, by Pakuai

            and be spend it on their so-called ’hungry South Sudan’ in the *hotels, bars and brothels in North Sudan, Abeshas (so-called ethiopia), Kampala, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda et al. And then go and go and beg again in the name of the hungry South Sudanese people in the ’next begging season’. These dirty ’games and intrigues had been used by our enemies all the times>>>

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            • 4 October 13:58, by Pakuai

              The so-called Abesh (so-called ethiopia) has over ’100 million people, our cloned so-called arab North Sudan, has over 40 million people, Uganda has over 40 million people, Rwanda has over 30 million people, Tanzania has over 40 million people and does some creeps here in Africa. We have ’only almost 13 millions South Sudanese’ in a country bigger than Kenya>>>

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              • 4 October 14:05, by Pakuai

                but our country and our people are always ’projected to be the most vulnerable’ on ’earth by the evils we are going to bombed to near *extinction* out of our country and over our people, reasons, pure HATRED and RACISM>>>>

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  • 4 October 12:15, by Mike Mike

    As a human right activist.kindly keep reminding them such that the govt can agree in to this request of the rebel elements to have dialogue between themselves for peace to prevails in this fragile Country.We are really tired of this senseless war that has been on for many good years with out ends.It’s better we leave war and we rethink on how to make this poor Country be looked good with new dvp.

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  • 4 October 12:34, by Eastern

    They continue ranting here and there that this is a sensible war, people want to take power from Kiir using other means than the ballot paper....As long as Kiir continue to float on the bubble of the so-called majority the minority will continue working towards bursting the bubbles - the reason the country is in bubbles..!

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    • 5 October 03:55, by Pakuai

      Eastern,
      First of all, I had informed you SUDAN TRIBUNE trolls a number of times to never always go and ’re-sub-edit’ my posts. Mr. Eastern, Mr. Salva Kiir has overstayed his time in power in South Sudan. He has even call our usual traitors to bring their arses back to South Sudan. But they are being held ’hostage by their masters from North Sudan, Abesh (so-called ethiopia), Kenya, their UN>>>

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      • 5 October 04:02, by Pakuai

        their sleazy NGOs, their evil juus (so-called israel), the IGAD and the AU as their ’bargaining cards or blackmails’ over South Sudan and the South Sudanese people chap. But the evils are playing with fire. Mr. Eastern, *some of your cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan, Abeshas (so-called ethiopians), your evil juus (so-called israelis), the English people and white Americans evils>>>

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        • 5 October 04:08, by Pakuai

          and some of their creeps here in the IGAD and the AU even "pray and swear" that there cannot be your ’North Sudan and their own livelihoods’ without ’South Sudan and the South Sudanese people’. They want our country and our people to be ’reunited with your cloned so-called arab North Sudan just like the evils did with then ’East and West Germany’ during their then so-called ’COLD WAR’>>>

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          • 5 October 04:13, by Pakuai

            And the evils would then ’run to their capitals’ and brag and write books, that their so-called ’capitalism has triumphs over their so-called communism or socialism’. But the evils are going to be bombed to near oblivion out South Sudan, our North Sudan, Kenya and South Africa once and for all, reasons, pure HATRED and RACISM Mr. Eastern chap>>>

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            • 5 October 04:21, by Pakuai

              We want a war Mr. Eastern chap. The evils juus (so-called israelis), their devil infested island of England, their evil corporate America and some of their creeps in between thought they would always use South Sudan and the South Sudanese people as their ’shields or expendable’ fools to use all the times. But the evils have step on the wrong people feet---us, the Sudanese men,>>>

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              • 5 October 04:32, by Pakuai

                the Dinkas/Muonyjiengs of the Sudan to be precise chap. Mr. Eastern chap, the rubbish that was done in ’Khartoum’ was just ’a show’ chap. Do you remember "one country, two system" that was ’proposed’ by our devil infested island of England during our mighty SPLM/A in ’Machakos, Nairobi and Naivasha, Kenya in 1999-2005?’. The protest you losers see in ’Hong Kong’ these days, was what the evils>>>

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                • 5 October 04:39, by Pakuai

                  thought South Sudan would be. By the way Mr. Eastern, ’people of Hong Kong deserve better’. Mr. Eastern, the English merchants used to take ’opium drug’ from their then ’Eastern India’ to Hong Kong and went and exchanged their ’opium drug’ for ’silver coins with Cantonese people of China’ in 19th century until the ’Cantonese people’ became addicted>>>

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                  • 5 October 04:45, by Pakuai

                    to heroin (opium). When the Chinese government the English merchants to get the hell out of their country with their ’opium’, they were bombed to submission. But the Chinese took back their ’Hong Kong island in 1997’. These days, the English merchants are trying to ’taste the water’ in Hong Kong, the evils are playing with fire. Here in South Sudan though, they want our country and our people>>>

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                    • 5 October 04:55, by Pakuai

                      to be addicted so-called "humanitarian aid, donations, peacekeeping and human rights". The US, the UK, their UN, their sleazy NGOs, their evil juus (so-called israelis) and some of their creeps in between want to start their so-called *UN ONE WORLD ORDER GOVERNMENT, GOVERNMENT WITHOUT BORDERS OR THEIR SO-CALLED ’AFRICA UNITY OR REGIONAL INTEGRATION!!!* My arse,>>>

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                      • 5 October 05:08, by Pakuai

                        that is not going happen under the sun. Mr. Eastern. South Sudan in the ’know’ know you cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan creeps better than you think. Mr. Eastern, *the UN, their sleazy NGOs, their corporate America, their evil juus (so-called israelis) and some of their creeps in between always go to *the US, Canada, Europe, Japan, Australia and China and other countries*>>>

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