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SPLM-IO rejects formation of caretaker state governments in South Sudan

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April 16, 2020 (JUBA) - The SPLM-IO reiterated its calls for the appointment of governors and rejected the formation of caretaker state governments proposed by the SPLM-IG.

Riek Machar South Sudan FVP (Reuters photo)

The distribution of the 10 state-governor positions between the four signatories of the revitalized peace agreement means that SPLM-IG with its 55% will get 5 governors, the SPLM-IO with its 27% will get 3 governors, the SSOA with its 10% one governor and the OPP with its 8% will also have one governor.

Nonetheless, the group of President Kiir demands to have 6 governors, saying they have conceded and accepted the 10 states instead of the 32 states.

In a statement issued Wednesday 15 April after meeting held on Tuesday evening, the SPLM-IO of FVP Riek Machar discussed a proposal to appoint caretaker state governments made by the majority component of the transitional government.

"The SPLM/A (IO) rejects the proposal to form caretaker state governments, as it is a violation to the Agreement," concluded the meeting which was dedicated to reviewing the progress and challenges faced in the implementation of the peace agreement.

"Division of states based on the Agreement must be respected," stressed the statement before to add "Any change to this formula is a violation of the Agreement".

On Saturday 28 March, Augustino Njoroge, the head of the Reconstituted Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (RJMEC) urged the South Sudanese parties to expedite the appointment of state governors and local governments.

His call came after a letter Machar had addressed to the RJMEC to break the deadlock in line with the modalities of the power-sharing as provided in the peace agreement.

Also, Thomas Peter the head of the holdout faction of Federal Democratic Party, said in a statement to Sudan Tribune that "any delay in the formation of state governments threatens the entire agreement".

The SPLM-IO, also, recalled its rejection for the creation of the three Administrative Areas of Abyei, Ruweng, and Greater Pibor.

"The unilateral creation of the three Administrative Areas is a violation of the agreement reached by the two Principals in Addis Ababa; the parties need to formally discuss the need and criteria for the creation of any administrative area in the country."

"If it is determined that the RTGoNU must create administrative areas, then, they must be shared under the power-sharing ratios established in the R-ARCSS," proposed the statement.

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  • 16 April 08:41, by Langbaar

    Mr. Riek Machar and his allies should just-man-the-damn-up and swallow the hard truth. Ngungdeng Buong magician you fools have been playing over South Sudan and the South Sudanese people in foreign capitals, hotels and bars isn’t going to fly again over our country and over our people. Mr. Salva Kiir and his bunch of fools let you (Mr. Riek Machar) play balls with our country and over people.>>>>

    • 16 April 08:48, by Langbaar

      You have always been used by our enemies with Lam Akol, Joseph Kony LRA, Alfred Lado Gore, Ismael Kony and other bunch of low lives to slow down South Sudanese people progress. But there are some limits piece of evil. There are some states here in South Sudan you will never ever again step your treasonous feet into are here in the so-called greater Upper Nile>>>>

      • 16 April 08:56, by Langbaar

        Here in South Sudan, you low lives thought the so-called UN NEW WORLD ORDER, REGIONAL INTEGRATION or GOVERNMENT WITHOUT BORDERS being propagated by *secret societies of former president of South Africa, Mr. Thabo Mbeki, former Rwandan president, current Abesh (so-called ethiopian) prime minister, Abiye Ahmed, Mr. Uhuru Kenyatta, Raila Odinga,>>>>

        • 16 April 09:05, by Langbaar

          former Nigerian president, Mr. Olusagan Obanjo; the current low lives of Mr. Yasir Arman and Malik Agar in the SPLM-N. And their secret societies’ criminals *in the UN and the West of Mr. Barak Hussein Obama, Susan Rice, Ban Ki Moon and other bunch of low lives who covet our country and our people to death.>>>>>

          • 16 April 09:14, by Langbaar

            Mr. Riek Machar, there would no evil juus (so-called israelis), Abeshas (so-called ethiopians), white English criminals in *Kenyan towns of Laikipia, Nanyuki, Nairobi, Central Africa Republic (C.A.R), Chad, DR Congo, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Mozambique; we may have some problems with Germans in Namibia, we are going to bomb them nevertheless>>>>

            • 16 April 09:35, by Langbaar

              we have any problems with Germans in anyway, but we cannot live side by side evils in backyards. Our lowly informed ’Nuers ke nyantoc’ who even call themselves, that they are "israelis in Africa". Since went?. South Sudan is Muonyjangs/Dinkas/Jenges country. South Sudan is not part the so-called *ANGLO-AMERICAN country, never has and will never will under the sun loser*>>>

        • 16 April 11:20, by Midit Mitot

          Langbaar or Langkoth,

          Since IO with it,s full forces have entered in to Juba two months ago, we will not give damn any more to you crooks, Revitalize peace agreement must go as per signed paper.

          We have rejected any new move.

          • 16 April 12:36, by South South

            Midit Mitot,

            In 2016, IO forces entered Juba with big numbers, but look what we did to them, people ran to DRC with rotten feet. This time, we will arrest them all, no more games.

            • 16 April 13:28, by jubaone

              South South
              It was hired Ukrainian mercenaries that were contracted to track down Riek as he fled toward DRC. Jienges cant fly any helicopters cuz they have fear for fast flying planes and high altitudes. They would even crash due to panic. If you cant fight ordinary Messiriya how can you fight IO? I was in Juba and know how IO fought with limited ammunitions.

              • 16 April 17:12, by South South

                jubaone,

                Stupid old man! Kurkoo!!!! Run, run, run and hide, coronavirus. South Sudan is ours, it’s our country.

            • 17 April 07:43, by Midit Mitot

              South South,

              Take it right from me, IO forces were only 3000 in 2016, you can,t compare the good forces that we have in Juba now.

              hahahahaahahhahaha you guys are finish since we have entered to Juba.

  • 16 April 09:39, by jubaone

    That was clear from the start that jienges don’t want peace. They reject any state system that is orderly and transparent cuz they are simply chaotic, anarchistic and love to wallow in filth and dirt. They renege from agreements and don’t keep word: liars, backstabbers and greedy. Now they want 6 governors yet can’t do anything. Their ones like the Health Minister, just a housecleaner.

    • 16 April 10:31, by Games

      Machar was up by 1% for rejected that ridiculous proposals. Everythings has to go through peace agreement procedures. No short cuts and big NO to bully.

    • 16 April 12:42, by South South

      jubaone,

      Kurkoo!!!! You are still alive? Where is Coronavirus which has no mercy on old people like jubaone? Minister of health is Riek’s wife. Ask him to explain to you why she is there. Those wicked people like Lam Akol are blocked intentionally. We have power and we will continue to tell the rest what to do and what not to do, Kurkoo!!!!

      • 16 April 13:15, by jubaone

        South South
        Jienge kaffir, at 43 yrs you are still living as a refugee in Kenya without a home and barking kurkoo...kurkoo like a starving hyena. Go home and develop yourself. Your power is raping and stealing from unarmed civilians. You are lucky, jellaba didnt take you away as a house slave cuz you are too lazy to do anything and too stupid to think, MTN.

        • 16 April 13:21, by jubaone

          South South
          Jienge kaffir, teach a giant gorilla Bari language, it would learn faster than a giant jienge whose brain mass are as large as his testicles. The jienge is an emotional animal and not reasonable at all. How do you stay peaceful in jiengelands from 2005 till today and cant develop except kill, steal and idling like hungry monkeys? Just losers. Chinese should take over jiengelands.

          • 16 April 17:16, by South South

            jubaone,

            Kurkoo!!!! No one in South Sudan wants to learn Bari language. It’s the language of dirty people who poop on the streets like dogs.

        • 16 April 14:34, by Langbaar

          How do you know his age is 43? I was told some years back that there are low lives who love to take other people details and everything they own and ’stalked them 24/7’. These are the *evil juus (so-called israelis), some Bantuses, white Americans, English people and their cloned so-called Arabs of North Sudan*. I know all these because, when I was studying in Canada, I was approached by these vermin>>>

          • 16 April 14:45, by Langbaar

            to join their ’secret societies’, but I flatly turned down the vermin pieces of rubbish. The vermin have even followed me back to South Sudan and even came and wanted me to work for them. Where is one of their creep these days? I killed him. If some of their ’creeps didn’t go and report’ their fool dead. Then, the vermin know whom they always stalk endlessly and who are not equal with them.>>>>

            • 16 April 14:54, by Langbaar

              Back to the whole "SPLM-IO rejects formation of caretaker state governments in South Sudan" propaganda piece of trash. ’South Sudan was in the damn *caretaker state* for over a month now. But who would tell these ’Nuer ke nyantoc low lives/traitors and their masters’ how to read, the Muonyjangs/Dinkas/Jenges’ lips?>>>>>

      • 16 April 13:15, by The Rhino

        South South,

        Jienge skunk!I can smell your stench online.Shit,Miseriya arabs are terrorizing and grilling your starving relatives day and night and here you’re, with big mouth doing nothing, coward!Go home and rescue your damned Dinka people.Get your fucking ass out of Equatoria,ya MTN!

        • 16 April 13:28, by The Rhino

          Jubaone,

          That moron ’South South’ from Abyei is a real street product.The vagrant has no fix point in life.I’m sure he was given out as a child to survive on his own/himself in the streets.Dinka villages these days(Abyei included) are full of homeless beggars,I could not believe what I saw there,terrible!

        • 16 April 17:23, by South South

          The Rhino,

          You dirty Mundari MUST follow. You have no room in South Sudan to talk with us. Yirol alone can take over Mundari land one day. Wicked, stupid old man, dirty and monkey. Teach your women to sit down when they urinate like other civilized women of the world. South Sudan has changed, history teaches us that when changes arrives, the best way to deal with it is not to resist, but to adap

  • 16 April 14:23, by Ram Mi Ran

    Looking at the overall political landscape and how the main armed opposition, the Sudan People Liberation Movement in Opposition(SPLM-IO), has handled negotiations and foreign relations from the onset in December 2013 or from the days of establishment of the SPLM/A-IO in April 2014, it won’t be surprising if the SPLM-IO compromises one or two states in what is now brewing to be another deadlock. T

  • 16 April 14:25, by Ram Mi Ran

    Continue, The SPLM-IO has consciously or accidentally compromised on many lucrative ideals before; however, for the sake of clarity I will not descend into the literature in this article but I will dwell on the case at the bar – the new “deadlock” on the responsibility sharing formula and establishment of the local governments.

  • 16 April 14:27, by Ram Mi Ran

    First thing first, who would have thought that the South Sudanese elite politicians could not solve a simple arithmetic call “division” to an extent that they would refer themselves to R-JMEC for further arbitration for a formula that was already determined during the previous negotiations.

    • 16 April 14:31, by Ram Mi Ran

      Thanks Dr. Lam Akol, who exhaustively explained the logic behind the concept of “Round-Off” and the order that should be followed when a conflict of interests arise but did that change anything? We will revisit this logic in a moment!
      As many people would argue, the ongoing re-negotiation of the responsibility sharing formula is ill-founded and completely baseless given that there is a peace agre

  • 16 April 14:40, by Ram Mi Ran

    agreement that clearly spells how the states and local governments should be divided among the parties. The simplest arithmetic the parties should adhere to are the responsibility sharing ratios described below:

  • 16 April 14:42, by Ram Mi Ran

    Based on the peace document(above) and as explained by Dr. Lam Akol and others, whom we had benefit to read their analyses, 55% of 10 states, 27% of 10 states, 10% of 10 states and 8% of 10 states are 5.5, 2.7, 1.0 and 0.8 respectively, and given that the parties are only interested in natural numbers, it is therefore necessary to round these numbers off to the nearest natural number.

  • 16 April 14:47, by Ram Mi Ran

    Without diving into full arithmetic on rounding off numbers, 2.7 and 0.8 qualify for Case B and 1.0 and 5.5 qualify for Case C rules which state:CASE B: In rounding off numbers, the last figure kept should be increased by 1 if the first figure dropped is greater than 5.CASE C: In rounding off numbers, if the first figure dropped is 5, and all the figures following the five are zero or if there are

  • 16 April 14:50, by Ram Mi Ran

    no figures after the 5, then the last figure kept should be unchanged
    Therefore, according to Case B rule, the last digit kept from 2.7 and 0.8 should be increased by 1 and become 3 and 1, respectively. This means, whereas the SPLM-IO should be entitled to 3 states, OPPs would be entitled to 1 state. Similarly, and based on Case C, the last digit kept from 5.5 and 1.0 should remain unchanged as 5

  • 16 April 14:52, by Ram Mi Ran

    and 1, and therefore the SPLM-IG should be entitled to 5 states and SSOA would be entitled to 1 state. This should be non-negotiable except in our South Sudan where we are defying established world orders!To reiterate, based on the revitalized peace agreement and operational rules of arithmetic, the SPLM-IG is entitled to 5 states and the oppositions are entitled to the other 5 states in the ratio

  • 16 April 14:54, by Ram Mi Ran

    of 3:1:1 for SPLM/A-IO, SSOA and OPP, respectively. All those mumbo-jumbo arguments from Hon. Michael Makuei and Hon. Martin Elia are the very reasons they were sanctioned for by the international community and they should be trashed. Besides, the same formula was used recently to create the cabinet and it worked perfectly fine, why now?

  • 17 April 07:48, by Kenyang ll

    Ram Mi Ran,

    5.5 is not 5 but 6. So, gov’t is not arithmetically wild to want 6 governors out of 10. What’s needed here is to continue with spirit of genuine compromises, not spin and reckless celibrations.

  • 18 April 17:05, by Jebel Dinka

    IOs should be serious, if they can’t reach any compromise with IG then why rejecting appointment of caretakers?



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