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Sudan’s parliament endorses referendum bill, SPLM protests amendments


December 22, 2009 (KHARTOUM) — Leaders from the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) along with other South Sudan political parties walked out of the National Assembly in protest of a new amendment introduced to South Sudan referendum bill.

The two chambers of the Sudanese parliament endorsed today the southern Sudan referendum bill which outlines the framework to hold this crucial popular consultation in January 2011. The law says that no less than 60% of the legible registered persons should participate in the voting and that the choice that gains 50 plus one shall be the winning option.

National Congress Party (NCP) parliamentarians modified the bill after it was agreed on in the Council of Ministers and also in the Presidency. The approved bill cancelled an article stipulating that southerners who reside outside the region will have to register and vote only in South Sudan. The chairman of referendum sub-committee Badriya Suleiman said this article violates the interim constitution particularly the article related to freedom of movement.

Speaking to press in front of the National Assembly building, Atem Garang Deputy Speaker on SPLM criticized the move describing the passage as "ill and deliberate".

"All the legal procedures were not strictly followed and violate number of governing rules for business and conducts of the house," he said. "The essence of bringing it here in reference to the bill and assembly was for approval not to delete and insert,” Atem further said.

He pointed out that because they did not want rush passing based on numerical majority, the SPLM parliamentary bloc in the Assembly in an agreement with other Political parties, requested more deliberations and consultations before passing it into law.

"This was why the Tuesday session was dedicated to reading and passing of the Referendum for self determination of southern people," he adds.

Ms. Badriya Suleiman said Mr. Justin Joseph Maruna, SPLM co-chairman of the referendum subcommittee, had participated in the deliberations and preparation of the report and agreed to cancel this item, but latter he denied what he had agreed.

Similarly, Yasir Arman, who heads SPLM parliamentary bloc, protested amendments to the draft bill giving rights to all south Sudanese in both south and the north to vote during the referendum process.

He said this new amendment violates CPA and that the SPLM parliamentarians in the Assembly may consider suspending their participations till differences over passed bill are settled.

"What happened today shows clearest and worst violation ever made against CPA," he said.

"They amended [Article 27-3] by saying that if you are a Northern Sudanese and you are not in Southern Sudan, you can vote wherever you are. But we are saying no, according to what we had agreed upon, if you are Northern Sudanese and your heritage is from the South you need to come to Southern Sudan to prove it and then you will vote," said Ezekiel Lol Gatkuoth, a Government of Southern Sudan diplomat and member of the SPLM National Liberation Council.

Another objectionable item was also introduced, according to Gatkuoth. Article 67 addresses post-2011 arrangements. "Basically we had agreed to discuss the post-2011 arrangements but it has no link with the law. They re-introduced it and they are saying that if we have no agreement on the post-2011 arrangement – no referendum, basically".

Many observers say faces began to grow angrier in parliament today as the discussions got off to a weaker start than previously thought. But all signs suggest that one of the two peace partners, possibly SPLM, is likely to concede to end the year on stronger footing.

However, it’s unclear how the SPLM will compromise once the government refuses to put in place alternatives. Gatkuoth commented of the law, "we are condemning it, we are not accepting it, and we will continue to attack it".

"It is a known behavior of the NCP to agree and renege," he said. "They always respond to pressure. They will never agree on niceties. They are people who are used to problems. When there are no problems, they will never deliver."

With SPLM and other Southern Politicians pushing against allowing participation of south Sudanese abroad to vote, NCP members including Speaker Ibrahim El-Tahir have wholeheartedly welcomed the passing and gave thanks to CPA signatories.

In the news conference, the Speaker said, we have finally passed what he termed as the most tedious and tiresome referendum law. It is adopted, he added.


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  • 23 December 2009 05:53, by Dengtaath

    NCP is known for being notorous, there is no way that the NCP can stand by on what this Terrorist party agreed upon.
    They agreed on the referendum bill and that it was publicise in the media including the BBC but today they want to modify the bill. This is shame on Arab who are adopted to lie, they never tell the truth.
    Any way SPLM will never give up to fight to the end about this bill.
    Good luck SPLM

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    • 23 December 2009 05:58, by Gatwech

      The CPA made the mistake by giving the NCP the mechanical majority to pass any bill in the parliament in the way they like. Even if SPLM and other opposition parties members walk out of parliament in protest, the NCP would still have the majority needed to pass the law. What a mistake.

      And the only venue of the so-called three-man defunct Presidency is where things could be corrected. But where is Salva Kiir. His he enjoying his time there in Juba while the future of the South is being discussed in Khartoum?

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      • 23 December 2009 06:54, by Kur William

        Gatwech you have to understand that Kirr has delegated the most powerful cabinets of GOSS to deal with that kind of Issue on behalf of him like Riak ,Pagan and the rest.You don,t have to blame Salva of being in Juba during the passing of referendum bill he been in contact with them since and then, if they NCP amended the bill as we heard dosen,t meant that it is because Salva was away they would have done eventhough Kirr was present in Khartoum as you know they Arabs are not respecting this move.Just let us encourage our leaders to finalise that work in the way suit us.

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      • 23 December 2009 09:15, by Jeremiah Mach

        Dear readers,

        This drama has nothing to blame on Salva Kiir and Riek Machar, Dr Riek negotiated the deal with Ali Taha, a very good deal that was accepted by SPLM- The settlement was like- If you are a Northerner and had heritage in the South, you can vote but you must come to the South to proves it- The assembly dominated by NCP re-write the agreement and says, if you are a Northerner, you can vote where you are.

        This is not a failure of SPLM and its entire leadership headed by Kiir and Riek or Southerners in general, It is a deliberate attempt to deny us what we fought for. It is a violation of Peace Agreement.

        Again: read the text well before you guys commented your anti-Nuer or Dinka slogan, the enemy is trying to steal our right.

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    • 23 December 2009 06:15, by Dinka Boy

      Thanks Dengtaath,

      NCP really tried to manipilate the bill by them saying "no less than 60% instead of no more than 60%.

      I believed that this NCP party would have slave the South upto death if SPLM did not took armed against them.

      My brother, one example that Khartoum govt was known for their greediness is the Jonglei Canal, the planting of thorny trees in the South.

      Jefree Nimerre said that they want to avoid the planting of edible trees in the Southern territories especilly the region that they see that block their aggression. That is hatred for good.

      We have to fight this usless Arab to death till we become separate country. Moreover, SPLM must disagree with the power of arrest and detain during eelction.

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      • 23 December 2009 06:51, by Dengtaath

        Dinka boy thanks for understanding. To tell you just a few about us as southerners, we are God gifted people, our leaders no doubt are world class politicians, there is no way Jalaba can trick them in politic.

        But we the people behind them, we let them down by interesting on tribal debates, there is no bond of nation pride among ourselves.
        We are strong people on the earth if we maintain our nation pride leaving away tribal mentality.

        I completely agreed that Arab are still maintaining their position by denying our rights or trying to trick us as done in Addisababa agreement. my dear no way this time, it won’t happen.

        All I need to some body like you Dinka boy, let us leave behind all tribal proud, if Nuer are strong in fight, where will they go if they kill all Southerners? Is meaningless proud, but however they should proud to defence their home land along with their own fellow brothers and sisters the southerners, the same to all.
        God bless you and have a good christmas and happy new year.

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    • 23 December 2009 08:49, by Sala Gai

      Dr Riek Machar

      If resignation is true then you will still as stupidity as you are Dr Machar of 1991outbreak as
      You will take nothing and bring nothing to GOSS and again you will come back as you have over gone in your era time in SPLA/SPLM.


      Salah Gai is really one who keeps your stupid record of 1991

      in the while house of Mr G. Bush and ICC record for more confirmation

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    • 23 December 2009 08:54, by Dr.Agany

      HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHH All Arabs are still doubting that there is room for cheating in southern sudan. Good enough that CPA did not disarm the SPLA like ANYA ANYA 2, otherwise it is clear and people should work for that. There is nothing that they could gain.

      Brothers could admit peacefully the departure of oil revenue, there is no way here that they will manipulate the choice of the people. Census rigging was the test and we are all aware and nothing will downplay our struggle.

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    • 24 December 2009 01:59, by nhomnyin@yahoo.com

      We will get into their asses in time. We feel stronger than ever now,and we don’t a shit who they are. Arabs sons of bitches will soon surrender in Midle east.

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  • 23 December 2009 05:54, by Gatwech

    Where was Salva Kiir to refer to the Presidency immediately to put things in order. He was not in Khartoum during the deliberations of this important future of the South, I guess. Enjoying his time in Juba. Wow!!!

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    • 23 December 2009 06:06, by SPLA

      Yeah, Kiir was enjoying his time in Juba with Riek’s wife while he sent Riek to Khartoum. What a smart man!

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  • 23 December 2009 06:06, by Dinka Boy

    "The law says that no less than 60% of the legible registered persons should participate in the voting and that the choice that gains 50 plus one shall be the winning option".

    Dear brothers and sisters,

    I have no comment on this because this NCP think that they are the only govermnet in the whole Sudan.
    "No less than 60%". you Arab are stupid not smart at all.
    There is no point that you guys put "no less".
    It is no more than 60%. See how you manipulate things!.

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    • 23 December 2009 07:39, by telfajbago

      I have stated several times in my comments that, the NCP is making a very shroud move first to create unbridgeable distance between the SPLM/A and the north political parties and then retreat from whatever they agreed upon with the SPLM/A. However, the grave mistake SPLM/A ever committed is to let NCP pass the security laws, before finalizing the referendum and the amendments bills.So know everybody, including Kiir can simply end up in jail if he tried to protest or incite his own people about the dangers amounting from omitting a very very sensitive clause from the referendum bill. Finally, if the SPLM/A also let the NCP to pass this ever-devastating onslaught move to the referendum bill unopposed ( which is a serious betrayal to those who paid with their lives and blood for the SPLM/A to reach this stage), I believe, the people of South Sudan should hurry up to their foxholes before it’s late as disputed referendum result will surely lead us to a new vicious war.

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    • 23 December 2009 11:50, by mohammed ali

      What you are saying is wrong!It can never be"no more " This means you deny 40% from their right to vote! It is always "no less" than a certain percent.If it is no "more" it will not be in your interest because some of your people will not be able to vote once you comleted the 60%.

      Think about it and forget about ARABS & JANOBIEEN,because there are equally stupid and intelligent people from both sides!

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  • 23 December 2009 06:55, by jalabi


    Another foul by mondokoro against junobean!

    SPLM won’t do anything other than crying, making loud voice and complain to US and western countries but did that ever help them getting back what NCP took from them??!! not at all, since 1956 until now how many times junobean got fooled by the government?? I think what NCP did to them since CPA was signed is much bigger than any other government in Sudan, not only fooling them but now they are able to take the oil fields in Abyei by international court and leave the city itself to them, what kind of judge is that??!! do you smell any bribe or dirty game here??

    NCP knows very well SPLM cannot fight again and have no other option than to continue with them as usual as it used to happen before when NCP fool them.

    Cry SPLM cry babay we will clear your tears :-)

    Jalabi (Abo Jalabia)

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  • 23 December 2009 06:56, by Hillary B.M.L,M

    Small item but important, on the TV Yesterday, the news said no Southerner residing outside the boundary or Region of south Sudan Government should Vote for referendum unless he\she should go and register and vote in South Sudan.Its goes, even if in Kosti a Town bordering South Sudan should not vote for referendum because he\she is a Northern Citizen. Article 27\3.

    See guys, how NCP trick thing, if that happen it will really make Separation impossible, southerners who are living in Northern Sudan and out side have very good awareness, access and important of Referendum than those staying in rural areas in South Sudan who know nothing in Day to Day life than getting food and finish, Northerners knows this very well that Villages would not get access to referendum Centers and create impossibilities for Southerners not to reach 60% required numbers, this is what happened Yesterday in the parliament.

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    • 23 December 2009 07:11, by jalabi

      They should allow all southerners to vote regardless if they live in north, south or abroad because this is a crucial referendum and every southerner has the right to vote, SPLM insisted that everyone live in the north and was born before 1956 has no right to vote why???!! if that is going to be the case then persons living in north like Abel Alir, Joseph Lako, etc have no right to vote!!!

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      • 23 December 2009 07:52, by okello nen

        Dear All If it is fair let them come to south.

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      • 23 December 2009 08:31, by Hillary B.M.L,M


        And so,do think we have thrown our guns in to the Ocean and are unrecoverable?
        Do U think we can’t gonna fight? wo,wo wo Jalabi! shame on you.

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        • 23 December 2009 08:56, by jalabi


          Yes SPLM cannot fight!

          They will never find such generous agreement given by north that they even never dream to find it, SPLM leaders (Dinka) are busy counting the money receiving from north and depositing it into their seceret accounts in swiss, since CPA implemented unil this moment south has received more than 8 billion dollars where that money went? SPLM did nothing in the south other than building a beer factory that’s all their achievement.

          South under war for 50 years and rebel was never able to capture any major city in the south for 50 years (Juba, Malakal, Wau) they were only able to enter these cities after the peace agreement, they need to fight for 100 years to get something more less than CPA because southerners are very different among themselves and have different views about the south itself.

          Let us be fair and allow all southerners to vote and if the result comes infavor of separation you are very well come our neighbours.

          Jabai (Abo Jalabia)

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          • 23 December 2009 09:37, by Nguetbuny de Luelpiny

            well we will see in 2011

            vote or not vote nothing right or Change. Sudan can not be liberated by vote. I believes the only way is by Ak-47 guns. After all been liberated out, the voters who will vote can vote.

            SPLA do not fight? might be that person was not in sudan since was born. 12 month 13 day for round two or call phase II how ever you call you it, work out.

            tone of liberator

            Nguetbuny de Luelpiny

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          • 23 December 2009 10:51, by Hillary B.M.L,M

            From where did u learn that SPLA are Dinkas? Is Commander Yasir Araman a Dinka ? South is not like North which is just control by Jaliyeens and Shawayigas who occupied NCP + important Ministries.

            Research South i do research North, am now in shendi on my way to Dongla doing Social Life Research about Semi Arabs of Sudan.

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    • 23 December 2009 12:14, by mohammed ali

      Hillary , I hope you don’t change your mind about the SPLA & the NCP! It is exactely the opposite , Hillary! SPLA does not want people living in the north to vote in the referenum, they want only people in the south to vote!!! Can you imagine that !The NCP wants people to vote wherever they are , once they proved that they are from South Sudan. SPLA DOES NOT WANT THIS!

      This has been agreed upon twice.!((SPLM Deputy Chairman further said that his delegation agreed southerners based in northern Sudan and abroad would be allowed to vote during the referendum. The southern Sudan ruling party had rejected their participation in a first time.)) You can find this on the 17th of October! They agreed upon it again with Salva after the meetings last week! The communist twins change their mind only in the morning of the session!

      Mr. Justin Joseph Maruna signed this document and it was showen in the parliment by Badriya, but he denied that! It is just funny!

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      • 23 December 2009 14:52, by mohammed ali

        Hillary, read this:

        September 20, 2009 (JUBA) — The Vice President of the Government of Southern Sudan (GoSS) and Deputy Chairperson of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM), Riek Machar, said that the people of Southern Sudan residing in the North will be allowed to vote in the 2011 referendum.

        This was on Sudan Tribune

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  • 23 December 2009 07:57, by M.Cool.J

    mmmmmmmmmmmmm.....Okay,but what does that mean big boys?

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  • 23 December 2009 12:51, by Time1

    NCP keeps going from one mistake to another, they keep going from bad to worst every time instead of fixing the problems, what is wrong with this deformed NCP party, when will they understand the Sudanese problem?

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    • 23 December 2009 13:27, by mohammed ali

      It is the SPLA which is deformed!They agree on one thing and reject it on the other day.

      How can Southerners go to the South to vote? This is unbelieveable.Almost one million have to go to the south to vote.It is just funny!

      Moreover look at the news on 17/10/09 ,the SPLA had agreed to this and came back to rejected in the Parliment! The same as what they did with the national security law!

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      • 23 December 2009 17:44, by KingTaharqa

        Ms. Mohammed, this is the bastards abusive mentality looking always oppress the other people, and then claim innocence, as they did with DarFur (they shed the innocents blood, and came to the funeral in white clothing)
        This is not just a matter of who agreed to what, and signed what (behind closed door agreements are for the purpose of deceit) this is a matter of fairness, and transparency, the bastard Arabs build, and lay their traps, trying to snare the people, by making it possible for Southern Sudanese outside the Southern frontier to vote, the Bastard are trying to use their other bastards voting the South into unity which is abhorred by the real Southerners, to rig the registrations, just like the censors, and consequently assuring themselves a legal victory ???, since they are the once making to laws to suite their perverted tests in everything life has to offer, and as usual when they get busted they have the lamest excuse that of a dump criminal like the president wouldn’t go in retaliation to some cartoon, about some prophet, in total denial with reality, and sadly they believe it, just like the 911 hijackers, and the suicide bomber all over the world. Elusive delusions, the fanatics do not impress anyone with their evil plots

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        • 23 December 2009 18:16, by mohammed ali

          Do you think you are offending me by calling me Ms., What is wrong with a Ms.I think your mother is a Ms., does that mean you dispise her , you don’t respect her!This a typical wrotten filthy mentality of hatred.This tells how weak argument you have. This tells how much brain tissue you carry within your skull.I think I am very much above this low level of profani and abusive language and I have the corage not to descend to that low level.

          All what I showed you is "evidence" which I didn’t invent. Instead of facing these facts , you used the arguments of the weak, mixing things up and using filthy profani, thinking that will give you credit.

          Go ahead and have your secession, nobody will stop you!But when you talk about transparency and rights, you should remember that there are about 1 million southrner in the north.They have the right to vote, it is up to them!1 million if all of them voted for union, they will not affect the result of the referendum, if the majority in the south voted for secession! But they have the right to be heared!

          We are talking here about who rejects his own proposal and deny his own signature! To whom should the NCP talk, if everyone in the SPLA has a different idea.If you have been honest with yourself , you should have condemned this, because it is not good for the South in the first place.Forget about the bastered Arabs , do you think the so called international community will respect this flip/flop type of attitude?You better mend your own fences before utterin your stupid racial comments!Oh>> you think when start talking about terroris, the world will sympathies with you.

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          • 23 December 2009 18:36, by KingTaharqa

            My, Mother is a female, there for she is a Ms, your name is supposedly a male name, your too slow to understand, anyway, Love is oppose to hatred, and I do not think I have any love for the bastards, they are the enemy, your evidence, and what you run your big mouth about is the work of your oppressors, and the blood thirsty Islamist
            When you talk about flip flop I know you are a paid terrorist, trying to sabotage, and defend the salve master, because there is no government in the entire world that violates agreements, and treaties like the government of the Khartoum, international, national, regional, or otherwise, un trustworthy Islamic fascist
            Terror is anonymous with Muslims life style, we experienced it in the Sudan since the 7th century AD, try not to refute nothing.
            You, and your government in Khartoum are already under siege, and a curfew has been imposed on them in light of their genocidal rule, and their resistance to freedom, will only spell you doom, in our hand not the international community, we started all of this, and we will finish the Work. Bastards, and children of rape will not stop us.

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            • 23 December 2009 19:12, by mohammed ali

              Obviously you are one of those who were selling this cheap propoganda for the sake of an asylum visa.Well these words are no longer in the market!Nobody is going to buy them!I have shown you EVIDENCE , but you are escaping from the truth, resorting to filthy abusive and vulgar languge.You are trying very hard to pull me to descend to that low level. You wont succed!

              Even if I am a female what is wrong with that, Mr. fast understanding?What is wrong with being a female? Tis filthy!

              Few paragraphs down you are calling for war and you are calling me blood thirst?!You ran away from war to enjoy your asylum, and you hope it will be ignited again and leave the poor southerners to suffer the consequencies of a devastating war.The GOS is not going to fight any war in the south, rest assured of that!

              You are talking about slavery, this is been the propoganda with which you have begging money in the states.Tell me why did’t the SPLA called from the first day after Nivasha to stop slavery or why it was not part of the CPA, IF AT ALL THERE WAS ANY KIND OF SLAVERY IN THE NORTH.Why you don’t continue begging money to liberate your fellow southerners who are enslaved ,right now by their fellow southerners? The only place where slavery is rampant in Sudan is in the South!Everyday there is child abduction by different group of millitia!

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              • 23 December 2009 19:35, by KingTaharqa

                First of all Ms. Mohammed, it seems to me that you are a little retarded, as fare as you capacity goes, what evidence you are talking about? As fare as slavery the Arabs, and their bastard wherever they are, are the pioneers of slavery even you yourself Mohammed is a child of rape, and slavery that started 640 AD when the evil Arabs touched Egypt
                So, are you preaching peace right now? Or what are you saying? That we shouldn’t fight you, even when you deny our rights? We know our freedom is going to cost us dearly, unlike the holy wars of jihad. We are here in the west getting ready to cut you down, when we touch down.

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                • 23 December 2009 21:11, by mohammed ali

                  Well I am quite sure that I undrestand what are the causes of mental retardation far more than you do! As well as I do understand it’s symptoms. Profani and abusive language are pathognomonic of mental retardation!

                  Evidence that the SPLA had agreed before hand that Southerners in the north could vote in the north.This from the Sudan Tibune!

                  No , I am not calling you not fight because you are not going to fight. I am calling upon you not to call others to fight.What you have got now is more than you can achieve through war. South Sudan is now fully independent, even the President can not interfer in the South. On top of that you are ruling us!In other words you are ruling the south alone and ruling us at the same time! What further rights you want more? Now, Salva can rule the north if he wins the elections and partially if he doesn’t , but Albasheer cannot rule the South even if he wins the elections!Further more you can get more through dialogue and negotiations even after sometime, instead of war which will affect the poor and the needy!

                  Yes , I am preaching peace and this why I am tolerating you profani and I strongly believe that the plight of the South is its educated people ,who still left their brains seiged by the picture which the white-man had drawn in their minds when theSouth was closed infront of the natural human inter-action.Arabs when they came to to Sudan they mixed with endogenous people and they did’t made them "abourguni" to appologize for them after centuris.

                  Let us talk about what is happening now? Arabs or not Arabs is not going help boys who are abduct and enslaved right now under the vision of the SPLA.

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      • 25 December 2009 10:05, by pow james raeth

        you are just a member of alqaeda, a supporter of al saabah in Somalia.

        leave us alone, you are wanted by ICC.

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  • 23 December 2009 17:14, by Kur

    It is going to be one of the most vicious wars ever fought on this planet if anybody tries to put hurdles on our freedom. The NCP must know that the People of South Sudan will not and will never accept anything less than free and fair referendum. Criminals exported to South Sudan have no right, not even a shred of claim, to stand on our way. Those who are looking for the ways to begin another war will not be immuned from its consequences.


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    • 23 December 2009 17:45, by mohammed ali

      Nobody wants to go war, it is going to be devastating!Those who are threatining with war are going to get their hands burned first!

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      • 23 December 2009 18:06, by KingTaharqa

        Ms. Mohammed, war is an option, when the right of the people is denied by any oppressor, and it is eminent that war will break out again, not only for the cause of the
        South, but the Nuba are still standing, and so are the Fur, and you, and your slave masters think you are going to fool the people for one more round not knowing this is your final breath

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        • 23 December 2009 18:44, by mohammed ali

          What did you do in previous war? what did you achieve? Do you think you are going to win a war? do you think the SPLA leaders are going to fight again, and leave the billions they looted for your Royal highness?

          We are very much scared of war! But the stupid one who will start it will learn a lesson which he will never forget!

          MR.OF THE MR’S , why do you use the name of Tiharqa, Ihave showed many documents that you are not Nubian!

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          • 23 December 2009 19:10, by KingTaharqa

            What did we do in previous wars? Only a pro government agent will ask blindly.
            Most importantly Ms. Mohammed is for you, and the whole bastard community up North to understand that its a new generation your talking to, and those who you still playing games with, their time is up, I’m trying to prepare you for the future, and give you an idea about your new foes.
            Yes, we will win the war like we did all of them, the weak hearted bastard can’t fight with this, Not to mention you do not have anymore Fur, or Nuba to go fight for you, so be prepared instead of running your mouth, a typical jalaba.
            Documents, what Documents? And proved who is not Nubian? How is it the Bastards, sons, and daughters of the Arab slave master who despises the Africans, claim to be African of the Highest order, if you think you are a Nubian, only because you are as delusional, as your claim to be Arabs. Come let me teach you about our ancestors since 3500 BC, before the Arabs, and their Bastard existed under this Sun

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            • 23 December 2009 19:27, by mohammed ali

              Documents like this:
              (The Nubian people in Sudan inhabit the region between Wadi Halfa in the north and Aldaba in the south. The main Nubian groups from north to south are the Halfaweyen, Sikut (Sickkout), Mahas, and Danagla. They speak different dialects of the Nubian language.)

              Nubia is the homeland of Africa’s earliest black civilization with a history which can be traced from 3800 BC onward through Nubian monuments and artifacts, as well as written records from Egypt and Rome. In antiquity, Nubia was a land of great natural wealth, of gold mines, ebony, ivory and incense which was always prized by her neighbors.

              ((Nubians are the people of southern Egypt and northern Sudan. With a history and traditions which can be traced to the dawn of civilization, the Nubian first settled along the banks of the Nile from Aswan. Along this great river they developed one of the oldest and greatest civilizations in Africa. Until they lost their last kingdom (Christian Nubia) only five centuries earlier the Nubians remained as the main rivals to Egypt, the other great civilization of North East Africa.))

              This is us and we still speak the same language up to this day!Do you find any place here?

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  • 23 December 2009 21:26, by Akot Deng

    it is so supprising that walking out the paliament has become the order of the day to our SPLM members at north, but i think we have snother option apart from that which our palimaentarian have fail to relise ,but Hon Atem Garang is a man of hope there is no doubt for our independent country let come 2011

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