Monthly Archives: July 2011

Did the South-South dialogue end the ethno-political polarization ahead of referendum?

Originaly posted on November 30th 2010 on SPLM-Diaspora South Sudan has gone through many milestones in its political history: the 1947 Juba Conference where our traditional leaders came together and pled our case for special dispensation for the south prior … Continue reading

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Turabi’s Last Kick at the Can; Sudan the Prospect for unity & Separation.

Originally posted January 11th 2010 Sudan has seen many political leaders, ideologue, religious leaders, but none has reached the epic of Dr. Hassan Abdallah Al Turabi. Though never officially became the president of Sudan, his influence on the political life … Continue reading

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Al Bashir confirmed why we chose to separate!

For those who have had lingering questions in their minds about their place in Sudan as Southerners, Al Bashir just confirmed it. He has used the whole apparatus of the state to wilfully kill, maim, destroy and displace the people … Continue reading

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A Need for Aspirational Constitution!

June 27, 2011 It is interesting to read constitutions of other nations and see how they have managed to strike a balance of powers as well as inspire their nations, not only through the crafting of the most important documents … Continue reading

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Constitution: a process for state making or political control?

This article was originally posted on SPLM Diaspora, June 14, 2011. The current political rift within the SPLM and the deafening cry of the people from within and the diaspora has exposed many realities that if not addressed adequately, will … Continue reading

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