SPLM

By IndepthAfrica
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Jul 17th, 2014
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By Jérôme Tubiana The inclusion of civil society in efforts to defuse the South Sudan crisis has so far been fraught. The parties to the conflict (see our recent report South Sudan: A Civil War by Any Other Name) all have their own ideas about what civil society is; and each party tends to believe th...
By IAfrica
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Jul 6th, 2014
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BY: ELHAG PAUL, South Sudan, This thing called the SPLM is a curse to South Sudan. Built on contradictions in 1983, it frequently implodes violently and morphs into different SPLM factions. In doing so the off shoots hog the mother organisation’s name defensively but differentiates themselves with mi...
By IAfrica
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Apr 10th, 2014
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By Dong Samuel Luak The story of the two orphans is very interesting Cdr. Salva Kiir and late Dr. John Garang have been together in the movement for 22 years, and have been close friends, when Dr. John visited Malual Kon and the “Luak” of the family of Cdr. Salva to show comradeship and a […]...
By IndepthAfrica
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Aug 10th, 2013
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By Luka Biong Deng South Sudan is one of the few countries in the continent that is well endowed with well trained lawyers. The culture of pursuing the legal professional is well rooted in traditional legal system where the traditional courts provide not only a platform for accessing justice but also...
By IndepthAfrica
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Apr 30th, 2013
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By Beny Gideon Mabor 1. Introduction The President of the Republic of South Sudan Gen. Salva Kiir Mayardit is keenly observed as a man of peace. History tells us of his records and that is what made him different from others. He is so patient and generally certain that patience always matters in reso...
By IndepthAfrica
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Apr 22nd, 2013
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By Suzanne Jambo This is the first part of an article genuinely attempting to provoke our thinking. The Republic of South Sudan, RSS no doubt is a new nation; ’news’ to the world, her neighbours and yet to harmonize internal and foreign ’policy’ let alone make a statement on her presence on the map o...
By IndepthAfrica
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Apr 2nd, 2013
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By Jacob K. Lupai This is a response to a series of parts of article, Rebuttal to Mr. Jacob K. Lupai’s advice on Issues Raised in Equatoria Conference 2013, by my valued friend, Ateny Wek Ateny, in his column, Beating The Drum of Truth in The Citizen Newspaper (March 21, March 23 and of March [&helli...
By IndepthAfrica
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Feb 18th, 2013
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By Luka Biong Deng On March 18, the SPLM will hold an extraordinary convention to pass the basic documents required for it to be registered as a political party, such as the manifesto, constitution, code of conduct, internal and financial regulations. This meeting is expected to be proceeded by the m...
By IndepthAfrica
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Nov 30th, 2012
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By Jacob K. Lupai South Sudan, up until 9 July 2011, was an integral part of the Sudan. Precisely on the 9th July 2011 it became the independent Republic of South Sudan, the newest country on planet earth. What was left was North Sudan which decided to retain the name Sudan. It was not clear [&hellip...
By IndepthAfrica
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Oct 28th, 2012
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By Zechariah Manyok Biar What I heard from my Church on Sunday, October 28, 2012, sent chilly air down my marrows. It made me worry about the future of our country. What I heard was that our pastor had been called by many people, asking him to advise preachers against criticizing the government on th...