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South Sudan peace partners strike deal on state governments

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Tth signing ceremony of structure of state government agreement on 10 August 2020 (ST photo)August 10, 2020 (JUBA) - South Sudan peace partners on Monday signed an agreement on the power-sharing at the regional level for the 10 states.

The agreement was inked by Paul Mayom Akec, on behalf of the SPLM-IG, Henry Dihah Odwar for the SPLM-IO, Gabriel Changson Chan on behalf of SSOA and Peter Mayen Majongdit for the OPP.

According to the deal, the SPLM-IG and SPLM-IO will appoint each three deputy governors, one deputy governor for SSOA while the OPP will get three deputy governors.

It is worth noting that the OPP had to get a governor but ceded it to the SPLM-IFG of President Salva Kiir as the latter insisted to get six instead of five governors.

For the governor advisors there will five positions, one will go to the majority, one will be allocated to the opposition and one for the alliance.

The government of every state will include 17 ministers, 9 to the SPLM-IG, five for the SPLM-IO, two for the alliance and one for the OPP.

Concerning the 10 State Legislative Assemblies, SPLM-Salva Kiir will appoint five speakers, while the SPLM led by Riek Machar has three, and one for each of the two other political groups.

There are 51 MPs in every state parliament. The majority will be represented by 28 seats while the opposition will have 14, the SSOA 5 seats and the OPP 4 seats.

(ST)

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  • 11 August 07:22, by Joyuma John

    All other positions for the state government are good, but 51 members of parliament for state Assembly are very many indeed and if it is so where shall we get money to pay them?

    • 11 August 07:57, by South South

      All state postions are to accomodate people only, no work. It’s ok to move on and see what will be next. Let’s move forawrd.

    • 11 August 11:07, by Crazy Doctor

      There is no good in states government. Are they coming to rule themsleves alone or citizen? Do they are coming for their own affairs? In pack they blooded government need no citizens. Their aims is to loot the properties of the people. What I have seen so far is the sound of gun shot will not stop in this country. Let them come and later some people who are jobless will go to the bush and do the s

  • 11 August 08:59, by Mayendit

    This South Sudan’s government is not for South Sudanese people but it is belonging to people of interest only. It was clear when the former President of Sudanese Omar al Bashir noticed that, the rebels problem with her government was about money and the positions and there was nothing this is why he created five vices presidents just to make them too ashamed to the world.

  • 11 August 09:08, by Mayendit

    All people from either government or rebels nor opposition Alliance have no vision for the country by saying that, they don’t thinks about citizens wondering in the community. 555 National Parliamentary and with addition of national Ministers and you added 51 plus 17 each from 10 States and the others three Adminithree Administrators areas. How much budgets do they will takes?.

  • 11 August 09:19, by Mayendit

    I think the South Sudanese people are very likely to tear down this peace agreement and the leadership need replacement with new faces, because the ordinary people are not benefiting from the Khartoum peace agreement. The South Sudanese people will be happy to see Dr.Nhial Deng Nhial to set up the government system because he is the only person who that has more experience, skills, knowledge and

  • 11 August 09:27, by Mayendit

    I belief Abraham Nhial Deng Nhial will be the best South Sudanese President if the people wanted to have better leadership, smart government, good governance systems and he will repair Foreign policy and the country will move in the right direction hopefully if they South Sudanese want a good leader.

  • 11 August 10:46, by Crazy Doctor

    There is no good person in this country to rule. The leader is still not yet born or still under age. Ever general now is wanted to be a leader by force in SPLM IG, SPLM IO, Former Detainess, SSOA and OPP. They all have no image of leadership to lead the people. Everyone want fill his or her bank account and the money are citizens. Shame on you all the parties mentioned above. Care for your own pe

  • 11 August 13:25, by Angelo Achuil

    The rule of thumb to me is to do the little difference against corruption and and lawlessness and put up some system that works with the little power you have in your position. You wants a change in S. Sudan, start it in your position even if you are a guard or cleaner. Our trust have been betrayed beyond measure.



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