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Sudan urges South Sudan’s parties to expedite implementation of peace accord

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December 11, 2019 (JUBA) – A senior Sudanese official on Wednesday urged the warring parties in South Sudan to expedite the implementation of all the outstanding issues impeding the formation of a coalition government.

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South Sudan rebel leader Riek Machar (L) speaks to reporters after meeting President Salva Kiir in Juba, September 11, 2019 (JUBA)

Speaking to journalists in the capital, Juba, deputy head of the Sudan Sovereign Council, Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo said time was running out and the 100 days extension of the pre-transitional period would soon come to an end when pending tasks are unresolved.

"This meeting is part of the previous meetings. Today we remain with limited time nearly 29 days have passed and yet we need to focus on the implementation of the South Sudanese peace," he observed.

The senior Sudanese official acknowledged the challenges facing the two neighbouring nations, but said both nations need peace in order to improve security and stability along their common border.

"We are happy that the ceasefire [in South Sudan] is holding. We have witnessed that our brothers are implementing the ceasefire. For the last 14 months there has been no violation," he further stressed.

Last month, President Salva Kiir and the country’s main opposition leader Riek Machar agreed to delay key benchmarks in the revitalized peace agreement by additional 100 days.

The delay in forming a transitional national unity government on November 12, 2019 came after Machar’s group raised concerns that the country’s security arrangements are still incomplete.

South Sudan descended into civil war in mid-December 2013 when President Kiir accused his former deputy Machar of plotting a coup, allegations the latter denied.

In September last year, the country’s rival factions signed a revitalized peace deal to end the civil war that killed tens of thousands of people and displaced millions.

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  • 12 December 2019 11:22, by Nuer Kanguan

    I know we have sins again the Lord of Universe we need to confess and turn to God.

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  • 12 December 2019 14:18, by Mapuor

    We need urgently.We are tired of wars.Is fighting the only business we are born for ?.The issue of states should be left to the masses.Peace oyee!

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    • 12 December 2019 18:43, by The Rhino

      Mapour,

      Stop wimping around like a pissing chicken.Nobody worldwide is tired of war if justice is not served, never,..understood?Kiir never left the issue of states for the masses to decide and so shall it NOT be decided by the masses!So,piss off and better check yourself before commenting on a fake peace,you short sided fool.

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      • 12 December 2019 19:01, by jubaone

        Rhino,
        Peace for us Equatorians is when jienges in Nimule fuckoff and return to their luaks. Our beloved Equatorians; Madis, Acholis also want peace but in their ancestral lands. LAND4PEACE, anything shorter than this is jienge bullshit. We Equatorians have spoken.
        https://radiotamazuj.org/en/news/article/madi-community-urges-idps-to-evacuate-their-houses-in-nimule

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        • 12 December 2019 20:43, by The Rhino

          Jubaone,

          Thank you!Our Ma’di brothers must urgently stop asking or begging for what is ancestrally/originally theirs,but take it back using sophisticated means.They must ’brutally’ take back their possessions and lands.Who is a fucking Dinka bastard to claim sharing or squatting in our brothers territories?Shit,Bol Kuir Aguer is one useless JCE syndicate who was sent to Ma’diland by the defense..

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          • 12 December 2019 20:51, by The Rhino

            Jubaone,

            ..minister Kuol Manyang Juuk to oversee his cows in Nimule and the surroundings.Fuck Dinka people settling in Eastern Equatoria region.Ma’di brothers must take good examples from Juba-Yei road,Juba-Bor road and turn the Juba-Nimule strip into a living hell for Dinka in Juba.Dinka savages have no rights whatsoever to either constitutionally or otherwise claim to settle in Ma’di area,none!

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            • 12 December 2019 20:58, by The Rhino

              Jubaone,

              ..These Dinka bloodsuckers have their places in Bahr El Gazal and outside of Equatoria.I urgently and highly recommend our Ma’di brothers to use every best tool possible to deactivate,teach any Dinka intruder a crystal clear lesson(guns,poisons,trap attacks, psychological torture) sending them/Dinka unequivocal message, not to even think of building a future or terrorize the community...

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              • 12 December 2019 21:07, by The Rhino

                Jubaone,

                ..in Ma’diland.God will support them/us take back our areas.Dinka are shit people, this message should be distributed and told to all our younger generations and children in Equatoria,yes they are 100%! and so we must fight them in all forms..in war times and also in peaceful times!Just imagine,these bastard were sending their children out of South Sudan during the liberation struggle...

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                • 12 December 2019 21:23, by The Rhino

                  Jubaone,

                  ..and claimed to be victims of the Arabs.In the name of Christianity,they Dinka managed to convinced the USA gov’t and Israel that Arabs are killing them for their christian believe.Now guess what..which christian is now raping,displacing and murdering which one?Long story short,only our Guns and courage will show us the light and way forward.NAS,Ma’di people and all strugglers must...

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                  • 12 December 2019 21:36, by The Rhino

                    Jubaone,

                    ..quickly abandon this wicked notion of togetherness.They must strategically focus on their immediate communities and fight for it like there’s no tomorrow.Equatoria and Upper Nile must fiercely fight in all situations,defend and take back their lands by all means necessary.There is no room for sympathy,dialogue or cheap negotiations at this juncture that can repair or reciprocate the...

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                    • 12 December 2019 21:42, by jubaone

                      Rhino,
                      Thank you for your input. These filthy jienges could not do such shit in among the Nuer, Murle, Latuka, Didinga, Buya, Topotha or even themselves, there would be a nasty fight. Now the humble and timid Madis, Acholis have to take charge. The jienge understands only war. Once the Madis, Acholis embark on killing their cows, eliminating these creatures one-at-a-time, they will move.

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                    • 12 December 2019 21:49, by The Rhino

                      Jubaone,

                      ..damage purposely caused by Dinka people in South Sudan.We have forecasted that as long as greedy Dinka bastards are in leadership position in Equatoria/South Sudan,the mass will continue suffering.Not but until they stand up and fight for their rights!

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