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UPDATED: S. Sudan’s rivals to meet in Kampala on Thursday

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October 4, 2019 (KAMPALA) – South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir and the armed opposition leader Riek Machar will meet in the Kampala, Uganda on Thursday, an opposition official said Tuesday.

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President Kiir (R) and SPLM-Io leader Machar shake hands after the signing of the revitalized peace agreement on 12 September 2018 (photo AFP)

"The Kampala meeting between President Kiir and Dr. Riek Machar has been postponed until Thursday, September 7," Puok Both Baluang, the armed opposition movement’s deputy director for public relations told Sudan Tribune on Tuesday.

The meeting between the two rival leaders, he said, will mainly focus on the outstanding issues and the period of execution of the pre-transitional period".

This would be the third face-to-face meeting between both rival leaders since the revitalized peace agreement was signed in September 2018 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

South Sudan descended into war in December 2013 when President Salva Kiir accused his former deputy-turned rebel leader Machar of plotting a coup, allegations he dismissed.

In September last year, South Sudan’s arch-foes signed a revitalized peace agreement to end the country’s civil war that killed tens of thousands of people and displaced millions.

According to the 2018 peace deal, a unity government was supposed to be formed in May, but due to unresolved issues, the parties agreed to a six-month extension, settling on November 12.

The International Crisis Group (ICG) warned Monday that war-torn South Sudan could slide back into war, if a coalition government is formed on November 12 without compromises on key issues.

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  • 5 November 05:38, by Abeeno

    There’s a leaking information why the designated VP is sticking on delayed excise. According to hearsay, the SPLA/SPLM is looking possible ways of regime change tactics. 1 mobizing Dinkas from Warrap region special in Tonj State, Lake region, Western Bhar-El Ghazal regions and former Northern Bhar-El Ghazal regions as well as the others Dinkas people. 2.He was told to gets Dinkas generals who are

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  • 5 November 05:46, by Abeeno

    Continue:
    Riek Machar Teny was told by his I0 groups to gets Dinkas general who are in Kiir Mayardit government and he is getting exactly some generals who were not happy about Kiir Mayardit leadership but this is bad tactic that should be avoided completely because our people have been suffering under them.

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    • 5 November 06:20, by South South

      Meeting is ok, let hope Riek will change his mind before it’s too late. There are no Dinka generals on Riek side, zero. November 12, 2019, we will form government of national unity. It’s one way and everyone must follow it.

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      • 5 November 07:09, by Pakuai

        Does it serves this fake PhD doctor who believes in magic and superstitions and who had sold himself, his family and his life to the ’DARK SECRET SOCIETIES’ to be always move ’around’ from DR Congo, North Sudan, South Africa, Abesh (so-called ethiopia), Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa like ’a sack of sorghum’?. Creatures like Mr. Riek Machar shouldn’t be born to human beings>>>

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        • 5 November 07:15, by Pakuai

          And of course there are some of his lowly informed Nuers in his own community who don’t know their man is a ’foreign’ agent who doesn’t give a damn about ’the Nuers, the South Sudan and the South Sudanese people’ but his own self and his secret societies that he had taken a solemn oath long time ago. And these ’secret societies’ are using their ’victim (Mr. Riek Machar)’ as their only ’tool’>>>

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          • 5 November 07:17, by Pakuai

            to achieve their ’DARK PROJECT’ over South Sudan and the South Sudanese people. But the evil must pay a heavy price. South Sudan is not for sale.

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        • 6 November 07:21, by jubaone

          Pakuai
          Dr. Riek worked hard for his PhD he is therefore intelligent and hardworking. You haven’t even a Bachelors degree, that means you are a fool and lazy sloth. Just shut up or buy one from Kampala. All jienges buy degrees anyway. When idiots try to be intelligent.

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      • 5 November 08:00, by jubaone

        South South
        Riek must be stupid to even allow jienge bush generals to join him. Let him keep away from this Kampala market thrash. What can M7 and Burhan achieve what the Pope couldn’t achieve? Nothing. May be these evil men want to secretly poison Riek. I’d be very careful and not travel to Uganda.

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    • 5 November 07:15, by Malakal county Simon

      Abeeno,

      Hearsay?? Rubbished! We lived in a factual world and only proof of evident, speak.... Unless you’re part of the Dinka’s society where lies are embraced and become part of their norms/culture

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      • 5 November 07:24, by Pakuai

        Dinkas/Jiengs don’t lie loser. Why do you loser even call your self Malakal country Simon what part of Malakal do Nuers own really? Facts: The Nuers don’t own Akoba, but the Anyuak people do. Facts: Langecuk doesn’t belong Nuers, the Burun people. And these places were grabbed by the Nuers in 1980th. So loser, tell us where the Dinkas/Jaangs lie here?>>>>

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        • 5 November 07:58, by Malakal county Simon

          Pakuai,

          Keeps preaching concocted lies and very soon we will chased those Bor-South who are the insecurity in greater Upper Nile to Bhar-El- Ghazel this time should the war resume again.... Talking of 1991 blah blah until you caused this senseless war you Bor-Peoples, are cursed to this country

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          • 5 November 10:02, by Anthony

            Nuer village simon

            Don’t worry the burun will get lungechuk and the anyuak will get their part of akobo back. Its only a matter of time and there’s nothing you can do about it. God knows this.

            In the meantime just ruck off and blow into your cows ass with your ugly mother.You disgusting nuer dog🐶

            https://youtu.be/1X2JB9TYEfY

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            • 5 November 11:26, by Malakal county Simon

              Anthony/slave,
              Why do you care?? Good luck with incitement Burun and Anyuak tribes against mighty Nuers....

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              • 5 November 13:06, by Anthony

                Nuer payam slave

                Stupid primitive abeed. You should really be grateful to the arabs(your masters) for helping you take longechuk from the burun. You’re a slave race. Truth hurts.

                even the fat gapped toothed reik wont be able to regute the 1956 borders showing akobo and longechuk belong to them. Good luck fighting without your arab masters. Nuer slave.

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                • 6 November 08:36, by Gorjang Gany

                  Why don`t we support peace instead of talking nonsense, so for my analysis those who usually responding like that are holding ministerial positions governorship in that fake government only they were using unidentified name.

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  • 6 November 08:40, by Gorjang Gany

    It is written in the one of the proverb that, every dog has it day, let M7 try his plan of assassination for the 4th time and I belief he will not achieve like what he did to our hero Dr John Garang de Mabior in 2005.

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