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Jonglei governor calls for proper use of national security law

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May 10, 2013 (BOR) - The governor of South Sudan’s Jonglei state on Thursday urged the federal government to ensure that the country’s security law is properly utilised once the document is endorsed.

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Participants, including the Jonglei governor, at a consultative forum on drafting of national security policy in South Sudan’s Bor on 9 May 2013 (ST)

Governor Kuol Manyang Juuk made the remarks while addressing a forum held in the state capital, Bor.

“I hope South Sudan will not draft the resolutions and leave it and then they go somewhere”, he said.

During the forum, Juuk also described what he said was his own understanding of national security.

“I think definitely security is our life. Security is when we are stable. Security is when there is nothing disturbing our minds”, he said.

Juuk blamed rebel leader David Yau Yau and his allies for creating insecurity in Jonglei and to South Sudan in general.

Among other resolutions, participants at the forum concluded that corrupt officials should not only be relieved from their posts by the president, but also tried in courts and must not be employed elsewhere, if found guilty.

Participants argued that the national reconciliation and healing program should be done to reconcile communities and tribes. They further said that strengthening of security forces, capacity building of the army and provision of modern weapons would reduce internal conflicts and external aggression.

The forum’s drafting committee were also provided with briefing notes on national priorities, including security, improvement of infrastructure, health, agriculture and peace building, which must be addressed through the national healing and reconciliation process.

More than 100 people attended the forum, with similar ones expected to be conducted across South Sudan’s 10 states.

(ST)

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  • 11 May 2013 08:28, by allan

    I dont know what kuol manyang smoking today talking abt corruption as if it new for him , u dont know that the whole top government official are all corrupted start from u, our country will be better place for next coming generation not u guys

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    • 11 May 2013 09:35, by Kedo

      Don’t waste your time talking politics. See how a Sudanese poor woman became a millionaire just by buying and selling accidented cars, Very interesting idea. Go to (ACCIDENTEDCARS.COM) to see the various methods and companies she was using (ACCIDENTEDCARS.COM). A simple idea but who knew it before. WAKE UP . Don’t waste your time talking politics. Life is too short. (ACCIDENTEDCARS.COM)

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  • 11 May 2013 08:44, by Lecture

    Kuol, seem sympathetic against corruption,but that is how Kiir regime stolen public money. Most of the time, they talk in public forum like they are patriotic to the nation. Hence their interest is merely develop such a political wing.

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    • 11 May 2013 09:35, by Kedo

      Don’t waste your time talking politics. See how a Sudanese poor woman became a millionaire just by buying and selling accidented cars, Very interesting idea. Go to (ACCIDENTEDCARS.COM) to see the various methods and companies she was using (ACCIDENTEDCARS.COM). A simple idea but who knew it before. WAKE UP . Don’t waste your time talking politics. Life is too short. (ACCIDENTEDCARS.COM)

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  • 11 May 2013 08:47, by Lecture

    "Your interest toward material desires led down this nation, you are an animals with no vision".

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    • 11 May 2013 09:35, by Kedo

      Don’t waste your time talking politics. See how a Sudanese poor woman became a millionaire just by buying and selling accidented cars, Very interesting idea. Go to (ACCIDENTEDCARS.COM) to see the various methods and companies she was using (ACCIDENTEDCARS.COM). A simple idea but who knew it before. WAKE UP . Don’t waste your time talking politics. Life is too short. (ACCIDENTEDCARS.COM)

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    • 11 May 2013 09:36, by Kedo

      Don’t waste your time talking politics. See how a Sudanese poor woman became a millionaire just by buying and selling accidented cars, Very interesting idea. Go to (ACCIDENTEDCARS.COM) to see the various methods and companies she was using (ACCIDENTEDCARS.COM). A simple idea but who knew it before. WAKE UP . Don’t waste your time talking politics. Life is too short. (ACCIDENTEDCARS.COM)

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      • 11 May 2013 17:34, by Eastern

        Sudan Tribune, kindly lock out Kedo from further participating on this forum. This writer is obviously spamming the forum! This writer is referring to non issues here. What has their accidental cars have to do with our subject of discussion. Let’s keep idiots out of this forum or some of us will quit it!

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    • 11 May 2013 14:39, by Lotodo Awino Odug

      nobody wants the next round of coruptions,that what mr Kuol meant.we have lost a sizable number of soldiers to Athor,Gatdet and Yauyau rebellions.if the trend keep on like this,chances are that we gonna finish our kids who should be the heirs and heiress when our time come.the land need health youths populations to keep pace with our neighbors like Sudan,Kenya and Ethiopia.[militarily]

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  • 11 May 2013 08:56, by wang

    Wonderful, governor Kuol he is changes a man... 200% I agreed with Kuol, those criminals that have been protected by John Luk John and Kiir must be isolating in our society….They are selfish and we should have nothing to do with that their selfish genes in Sudan...let the public know when you guys caught them and will be kill one by one…For that security you guys are facing in that trouble land so

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  • 11 May 2013 08:57, by wang

    For that security you guys are facing in that trouble land so called Jongeli State, it was SPLM/A itself who invited those problems. Those idiots who are running the South now from commissioners to Kiir were selected by SPLM only not elected by Southern

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  • 11 May 2013 08:57, by Murle agent

    Ohh....my gosh, is kuol manyang juuk high on weed today or what? I don’t understand what’s going on with him. Now they’ve seen to have diverted their own failure and wanted to blame it on the rebel leader David yau yau for nothing. rebel leader had nothing to do with that greediness of dink bor bugs.so therefore try other alternative ways to contains your own mess and don’t blame it on someone!

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  • 11 May 2013 08:59, by Murle agent

    Ohh....my gosh, is kuol manyang juuk high on weed today or what? I don’t understand what’s going on with him. Now they’ve seen to have diverted their own failure and wanted to blame it on the rebel leader David yau yau for nothing. rebel leader had nothing to do with that greediness of dinka bor bugs.so therefore try other alternative ways to contains your own mess and don’t blame it on someone!

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  • 11 May 2013 09:01, by Murle agent

    Ohh....my gosh, is kuol manyang juuk high on weed today or what? I don’t understand what’s going on with him. Now they’ve seen to have diverted their own failure and wanted to blame it on the rebel leader David yau yau for nothing. rebel leader had nothing to do with that greediness of dinka bor bugs.so therefore try other alternative ways to contains your own mess and don’t blame it on someone!

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    • 11 May 2013 09:20, by bianaathling

      Murle Agent,
      Well said, but leave some space for others because now u are repeating yourself.

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  • 11 May 2013 09:25, by Paac

    MR.GOVERNOR U ARE RETARDED, U DON’T EVEN KNOW THE MEANING OF SECURITY, U ARE A LOOTER,CORRUPTER,CHEATER,KILLER,DIVIDER,AND MANY MORE, JUST EAT AND SLEEP WELL.

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    • 11 May 2013 10:52, by Simon Puok Nyang Tutjiek

      I think his message is very genuine and it will help others to change more particularly the Jonglei community and generally the South Sudanese.
      I totally agreed Kuol Mayang, he is always the man of his words.

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  • 11 May 2013 10:19, by Ahmado

    Kuol Manyang talk like he has recently take over seat in post of governor the 75 corrupted officials KIIR and KUOL fail to bring them to court of justice and KIIR protected them not to identify them to the public KIIR thinking that by doing that will protected his record but turn to be worst because it split the people of south sudan does why force DYY to pickup aguns and to fight the dominated of

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    • 11 May 2013 10:41, by Ahmado

      corruption in the country.therefore SPLA force were left without salaries foods and they are force fight tribals war in the country which are prohibited in the law of justice. approciate the DYY of decision by inform the Civilians and NGOS to leave the areas of Pibor for their safaty and was good decision.

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      • 11 May 2013 15:10, by Oppressor

        David Yau Yau is fighting for Justice not for his own sake Murle agent at last it appears that Mighty SPLA of South admitted the defeat by Yau Yau Forces..

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  • 11 May 2013 15:43, by Mike General

    Kuol must be responsible for whatever he said,he is also among the corrupted suspects

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    • 11 May 2013 19:31, by panom lualbil

      Dont worry about it, those 75 officials were offering an amnesty, so wait for new one.

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      • 11 May 2013 21:30, by Nuer Empire

        We will never forgive 75 looting Engineers though are giving 200 amnesties

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