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01 January 2019 | Comments (1)
" I want to pray that South Sudanese understand that as long as there are unique or exclusive views that keep away the possibility of political, economic, social and cultural equality, it will be hard to achieve true peace." Read more
22 December 2018 | Comments (1)
"I strongly feel the weight of the argument that what South Sudan needs is peace in our hearts, not positions for all! The most important ingredient for peace to reign is GOOD WILL!" Read more
03 November 2018 | Comments (0)
"The proposed deployment of Ugandan (UPDM) and Sudanese forces (SAF) in the South Sudan territory in key security sensitive locations and in training of the national armed and organised forces, compromises national sovereignty; this mandate should be specified and authorised by the UN SC..." Read more
03 October 2018 | Comments (0)
"In sum, we are not supporting regime change, but rather we support system change to disincentivize the grand corruption and mass looting of the state."

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20 July 2018 | Comments (0)
This is a petition developed by CASS which is intended to get the support of South Sudanese everywhere. We particularly want to get ethnic group leaders, academics and other leaders to sign on; but individuals may as well. Please distribute to your lists. We need responses by July 23rd. Thank you. Read more
19 June 2018 | Comments (0)
“One of the strategies to force the warring parties to comply and secede from their hard line positions is to reduce or remove their military powers…this power would create the conditions that can expedite a genuine negotiated settlement of the conflict…” Read more
05 February 2018 | Comments (0)
"I still strongly believe that unity of Bahr el Ghazal within the SPLM and in the country is paramount. Hence, your reconciliation with Gen Paul Malong is imperative. Doing otherwise would undermine us and could reflect negatively divide our supporters within the SPLM,..." Read more
09 January 2018 - Jacob Akol | Comments (0)
"He was roughly 16 years when he left (just a child soldier) home. His name was Koang Gatluak Doar Kwar (I do not know the name he calls himself now if he is alive, perhaps if he did not change his name). His mother is Kangach Yieth Kuenywar Choman." Read more
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15 September 2017 | Comments (0)
"We are pleading with you, Mr. President, to release Gen. Malong Awan from his current house arrest to attend to his fatherly obligations, including providing a decent funeral to his daughter." Read more
12 July 2017 | Comments (1)
"The editor of the anthology makes a further misleading assertion: Juba, he says, is a city without poets. (Can there be such a thing? A city without poets?)" Read more
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