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Machar is decided to return to South Sudan even if pre-transitional process not finalized

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Machar (C) speaks to the SSBC after his meeting with the NPTC members in Khartoum on 23 October 2018
February 5, 2019 (NEW YORK) - The leader of the main South Sudanese opposition Riek Machar will return to Juba by the end of next May even if the parties did not finalize the implementation of the pre-transitional period measures, said David Shearer, head of the UN Mission in South Sudan.

Shearer who is nowadays in New York briefed reporters at UN Headquarters on Tuesday about the ongoing implementation of the revitalized peace agreement signed on 12 September 2018.

He stressed that there are many "positive things" in the implementation process citing the end of clashes except with the National Salvation Front of Thomas Cirilo, the return of refugees and IDPs as well as the presence of the opposition leaders in Juba despite the delay and loss of momentum in several areas.

Answering a question about the implementation process in term of security arrangements and power-sharing, the UNMISS chief said the political forces are preparing for the upcoming transitional period as the Former Detainees decided to reintegrate the SPLM in government while the SSOA still have to decide who will be their candidate for vice president.

Speaking about Riek Machar, he said he was in Khartoum last week where he had a long chat with SPLM-IO leader who told him that he would be in Juba by the end of the pre-transitional period.

"He told me he is going to come back at the end of May," said Shearer before to add "he even said he would not going to be insisting that everything was in place".

Machar "felt that it was a good moment to come back," he further stressed.

With the end of the 30-month transitional period, South Sudan will witness the first general elections for the head of state and legislators since the independence. The SPLM-IO has to reshape his political party besides his participation in the national unity government.

Shearer hailed Machar’s positive attitude, pointing that his wife Angelina Teny who is in Juba for more than a month reports back to her husband about the situation on the ground.

The head of UNMISS said he was in New York, to brief the UN Security Council about the peace implementation process emphasizing on the need to for the international community to “speak as one voice,” and to send the message that the peace process is the only game in town.

(ST)

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  • 6 February 08:04, by Eastern

    Of course Khartoum is hottening up; Juba should even expect Dr. Machar in town sooner..!

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    • 6 February 11:00, by jubaone

      Eastern
      Almost 2 years of incarceration in SAfrica have had a profound effect on Riek’s psyche. He is terribly traumatized and wants to be in Juba at any cost. He has duped Equatorians who desperately fought for federalism. Now there’s no federalism but positions and that is where nyagateen are now vetting for. Equatorian IO must join NAS under TCS.

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  • 6 February 10:33, by jubaone

    That is the most blatant and stupid lie Mr. Shearer to say IDPs and refugees are returning. To where? Nuers are still cowering in PoC in Juba, jienge miscreants are still squatting in Nimule and are terrified of returning to their luaks. Peace will only come once federalism is fully implemented. All others is jienge and nyagat scum.

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    • 6 February 11:07, by Kush Natives

      jubaone,
      Moronic, who’re you correcting here? Wait for your own as an individual, our peace as South Sudanese people is going well. Case closed!

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    • 6 February 16:48, by Pakuai

      jubaone,
      It depends on what you mean by "federalism" South Sudan is already a Federal republic with 32 states plus Abyei. Aren’t you fellows always brag that you are most highly educated or civilized species in South Sudan? ethiopia is a federal state with a centralized governance system just like North Sudan, Nigeria and other countries. Federalism differs from country to country. And if you losers, thieves, traitors or foreign puppets are very serious about their so-called federal system demand, then the losers should have heed the South Sudanese people calls for "our National Dialogue" to iron out our pestering issues right inside South Sudan>>>

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      • 6 February 17:02, by Pakuai

        And not in foreign capitals. But your losers, thieves, traitors and foreign puppets don’t even know what is that they are after. To keen South Sudanese, they are just after their own self ends to be ’reinstalled back’ into their old positions so that they can come and restart their looting spree and infighting where they left it in 2013. If any South Sudanese is really after federal system and nothing else, then the US of America federal system of governance is not the best to copy. Probably the Scandinavian, Germany, Canada, New Zealand or Australia federalism would be the best start>>>

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        • 6 February 17:18, by Pakuai

          But as always the case, every system of governance whether bad or good is different and it always take time and sacrifices to achieve the desired results for everyone. But here South Sudan, we are just bunch of complainers on just everything lots. Those countries l just mentioned above to look at their federal systems of governance are even scorned by robber baron hardcore capitalists in Washington, Wall Streets banking scammerd that Scandinavian, Germany, Canada, Australia, New zeal and, Japan and others to be Communist or socialist countries! Of course not, they have a "mix bag" of hardcore capitalism and socialist twist>>

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          • 6 February 17:32, by Pakuai

            Without capitalism, incentives for innovation would be stifled and without socialist ways of viewing the world as a collective responsibility for everyone or everything that live in it, capitalism cannot survive without society (social beings). Even in the US, the so-called home of hardcore capitalism, if there are no social contracts with societies or communities, my goodness, the bankers in wall streets or Washington elites would be hauled out onto streets and hanged like what the French people did with their aristocracies during their French revolution>>>

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            • 6 February 17:50, by Pakuai

              By the way, the French people still keep the "guillotine" in their museum to remind their leaders that their French republic can’t be messed around with. For us here in South Sudan. All the trappings of being late in the game are all stack up against our country and our people. We have a huge population which illiterate and even our so-called PhD doctors are just as bad than our illiterate South Sudanese population. Countries like the US, the UK, France, their UN, their israel attack dog and their gulf Arab states financiers are playing a game, cold-war-like game and all these dirty game and intrigues are all about resources, lands, water and of course, geopolitical hegemony>>>?

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            • 6 February 17:53, by Pakuai

              By the way, the French people still keep the "guillotine" in their museum to remind their leaders that their French republic can’t be messed around with. For us here in South Sudan. All the trappings of being late in the game are all stack up against our country and our people. We have a huge population which illiterate and even our so-called PhD doctors are just as bad than our illiterate South Sudanese population. Countries like the US, the UK, France, their UN, their israel attack dog and their gulf Arab states financiers are playing a game, cold-war-like game and all these dirty game and intrigues are all about resources, lands, water and of course, geopolitical hegemony>>>?

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            • 6 February 18:13, by Pakuai

              By the way, the French people still keep their guillotine in their museum to remind their leaders that their French republic can’t be trammeled with, without consequences. But with aristocracies and hawked states like the UK, the US, Saudi Arabia and other countries, they can use their states police to suppress their common peoples should they start questioning their wall street and establishments excesses like a few years ago brutal suppression of then so-called "occupy wall street", or 2011 suppression of poor people protest in London after some of Afro-Carribeans were wrongly>>>

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              • 6 February 18:28, by Pakuai

                By the British establishment policemen or the buying of protestors like what Saudi Arabia did with their citizens in the so-called " Arab spring’ crackdowns in which Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia bought off their protesting youths. With the so-called israel though, they can do any damn thing against the innocent Palestinians and get away with since are considered the God’s chosen people?!!! Really?!! Here in South Sudan, the US, the UK, their UN, their NGOs, their evil juus (so-called israelis), their gulf Arab states paymasters and some of their creepy allies here even our own region think, that South Sudan is part of their damned evil so-called ANGLO-AMERICA empire>>>>

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                • 6 February 18:40, by Pakuai

                  And that South Sudanese people are parts of their evil damned ANGLO-AMERICA subjects, who says? And the evils think, they can use their so-called *humanitarian aid, donations, peacekeeping, human rights business scams* as their disguise ways to crawl their evil selves into our country. Really, what to these vermin really think they are to our country and our people? The evils even used their puppets/stooges and fools like Mr. Riek Machar, Lam Akol, Pagan Amuom, Thomas Cirillo and other bunch of losers as their blackmails & bargaining chips crawl themselves back into our country>>>

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                  • 6 February 18:44, by Pakuai

                    Fellows, the evils love affair with our country and our people has gone too far and the evils are going to be bombed to near oblivion out of our country and indeed the whole of Africa and other countries we don’t want vermin noses in. Reasons, pure HATRED and RACISM.

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                    • 6 February 19:06, by Pakuai

                      For those South Sudanese with brains, this is what is being played over our country and our people by the evils in the US, the UK, their evil juus (so-called israelis), their cloned so-called arab of North Sudan, their gulf Arab states financiers, Abeshas (so-called ethiopians) and Kenya to some small extent---- that *Kenya, Abesh (ethiopia), North Sudan, Zimbabwe, South Africa or Ghana* would be made *manufacturing centres* including refugee centres like Kakuma, Northern Uganda, Dadab, refugees in our Gambella region, here in Bor. Jonglei, Akoba, Malakal, Aburoc, Bentiu, Way or Juba and then rich Europeans, Americans, evil juus (so-called israelis), Gulf Arab states, rich Africans, Asians and others>>>

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                      • 6 February 19:18, by Pakuai

                        Products or goods would be produced cheapily on slave wages. And that the resources in South Sudan or DR Congo would be used to prop up these European. the US, their UN, their NGOs and quirky allies in between *dirty and cheap intrigues* ambition. And these cheap and dirty intrigues are all about to stem the flow of Africans from West Africa, Darfur, North Sudan, Eritereans, Abeshas (so-called ethiopians), Somalia or other Africans from running to Europe, evil juus (so-called israel), gulf Arab states and other countries to go and cause problems with high societies in those countries>>>

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                        • 6 February 19:35, by Pakuai

                          These cheap and dirty intrigues is not only projected in South Sudan, but also in South American countries, the Lazies from Mexico, Cuba, Venezuela, Guatemala, El Savadore, Honduras, Nicaragua et al would not be allowed to go to US of old A to go and rape ANGLO-SAXONS women or high societies in the US. Fellows, the real problems here is---why the evils think South Sudan is their country for their cheap and dirty experiment? The Reasons are: South Sudan is the only country in Africa that *central bank keys and resources* have never been handed over to the US, some Europe countries, their daughters Zion, and of course, South Sudan is called strategic country by these vermin* and ’South Sudanese people are called expendable idiots’>>>>

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                          • 6 February 19:43, by Pakuai

                            So long as they can always be allowed to fight themselves and called God’s people. That the Nuers are the second *israe in Africa* Fellows, watch this space. There will be no damned so-called evil juus (so-called israel), white Americans, English people, their cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan, their gulf Arabs states and some their evils we don’t want in our country and over our people once and for all, reasons, pure HATRED and RACISM. Fellows, be very careful>>>>

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      • 7 February 19:58, by jubaone

        Pakuai
        That is jienge understanding of what federalism is. For us Equatorians, federalism must be like Kokora; federated governance, financial and administrative systems. We choose our own governors, mayors and not handpicked. We want jienge squatters and worthless miscreants out of Equatoria so that we can freely develop ourselves. Jienge presence is only a hindrance.

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        • 8 February 00:37, by Pakuai

          jubaone,
          Barias are not the Equatorians chap, they are South Sudanese in Equatorial region. Their Juba is the Capital city of South Sudan. If there are South Sudanese who have stole the Barias lands, then the government of South Sudan and the South Sudanese people are working very to give the land back to innocent Barias people. Parias elders are working with the government of South Sudan and the South Sudanese people to resolve this issue Mr. jubaone idiot, but as far as l am concerned, this nonsense that the Dinkas/Jenges have taken Barias land illegally was put to rest in a few years ago>>>

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          • 8 February 00:53, by Pakuai

            An enquiry was carried out to find out if the "Dinkas/Jenges have grabbed the Barias land in Juba simply because they were higher ranking army or police officials" but "it turns out that some Barias were the ones who sold their lands to some Dinkas/Jenges and then go and other Barias and other South Sudanese that their lands have been grabbed by the Dinkas/Jenges by force" Some Barias themselves even told the criminals to stop telling lies. Mr. jubaone, there may be some criminals among Dinkas/Jenges who might have bullied some Barias since in every human beings settings, there are always mistakes made>>>

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            • 8 February 01:03, by Pakuai

              But in South Sudan, the issue of land is a matter of life and death. Our elders welcomed your cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan and let them take advantage of them long long time ago. And our Khartoum and other areas are now our cloned so-called arabs lands. Even our Abyei, Panthou (Heglig) and other areas being held by our cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan because of infighting for for our cheap tribal nonsenses>>>

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              • 8 February 01:18, by Pakuai

                Mr. jubaone,
                The reasons why foreign countries always take advantage our country and our people is because of infightings. If Mr. Riek Machar, Lam Akol, Adwok Nyabe and other of low lives didn’t ’staged their aimless armed rebellion in 1991 against the SPLM/A; we would have ’marched to Khartoum’ and our cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan ’would have been shown their right place out of our country and over our people. These foreign puppets/stooges are now back in Khartoum and they even want our country and our people to be given to "UN, NGOs and foreign countries" to come and rule our country and people>>

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                • 8 February 01:31, by Pakuai

                  I even heard that the evil juus (so-called israelis), English people, white Americans and the UN would take Bentiu" Mr. Riek Machar can take his evil juus (so-called Israelis), English people, white Americans, the UN and NGOs and cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan to his *Leer village* but not Bentiu" And likewise, Mr, Lam Akol, Pagan Amuom and Thomas Cirillo can do the same, but we have warned the evils; that is not going to happen under the sun or in million years>>>

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                  • 8 February 01:40, by Pakuai

                    The evils are not wanted back in South Sudan let alone bringing their evil *evil juus (so-called israelis), English people, white Americans, their UN, their NGOs and cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan* I just don’t understand, what do these losers smoke?

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  • 7 February 04:41, by nakhim

    SOME HAVE BEEN DRINKING A LOT LIKE FISH

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