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23 February 2005
The peace agreement that was signed recently between SPLM and GOS offers some benefits to the South including the marginalised areas.
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21 February 2005
On January 9, the government of Sudan and the Sudan Peoples Liberation Movement (SPLM) signed a peace agreement in Naivasha, Kenya, after 22 years of violent conflict that killed over two million southern Sudanese and displaced another six million.

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16 February 2005
For quite some time the talk about the governability of the New Sudan (read: Southern Sudan) was on every body’s lips, especially expatriates who had been pumped by the Northern Sudanese politicians that Southern Sudanese were too tribal to govern themselves under one entity. Read more
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16 February 2005
For quite some time the talk about the governability of the New Sudan (read: Southern Sudan) was on every body’s lips, especially expatriates who had been pumped by the Northern Sudanese politicians that Southern Sudanese were too tribal to govern themselves under one entity. Read more
Posted in: Opinions
31 January 2005
While the war in the Southern part of the Sudan has been declared over with the signing of the final comprehensive peace agreement on Sunday, January 09, 2005 in Nairobi, Kenya,.. Read more
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31 January 2005
While the final peace agreement was being signed and celebrated by Sudanese in Kenya and all over the world, the Gurtong Peace Project was quietly putting final touches to a number of landmark events that brought it closer to South Sudan. Read more
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25 January 2005
Recently the youth celebrated the launch of GURTONG project for peace, and reconciliation at Kenyatta International Conference Centre, Nairobi, Kenya.
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17 January 2005
Having detested successive policies of marginalization exercised by minority clique regimes in Khartoum, Dr John Garang de Mabior, Kerubino Kuanynin Bol, William Nyuon Beny and Salva Kiir Mayardit abdicated their privileges as high-ranking officers in the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF)... Read more
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13 January 2005
South Sudan Democratic Forum, January 13 2005 Read more
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