Your sources prove absolutely nothing. There’s a difference between actual arable land and potential grazing land. If you refuse to grasp this fact, than I’ll just leave you to your delusions. The evidence still stands: a measly 7% of Sudan is arable, while 80% of South Sudan is arable. The Math doesn’t lie. South Sudan has more arable, both in % and in totality.
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