Statments

Statments

Celebration turns to blood In south sudan

The capital of south Sudan Juba has witnessed the most violent clashes resulted in hundreds of deaths during celebrating the fifth anniversary of country's independence, and exactly after the announcement of its separation from Sudan on the ninth of July 2011, fighting has renewed between the supporters of President Salva Kiir Mayardit and the supporters of Vice President Riek Machar, and the collapse of the peace agreement that signed by the parties in August 2015 in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa.

 

It is clear that South Sudan facing the most serious internal crisis since its inception five years ago, it seems that it carried the seeds of the crisis when it was part of Sudan.

 

 

The situation in Juba is going towards escalation and confrontation in which the elements of conflict in Juba are fighting on power and wealth.


The Secession of South Sudan seem as a solution for ending the domination practiced by the Arab Muslim in north on the Christian in south, but the problems of the nascent southern state didn't eliminate after separation, and that's prove that the approach "solution is separation" were not originally valid and will not be valid, not only in Sudan, but also in the other countries in the region that seek to separate. The solution was and will remain in the State of citizenship regardless of different affiliations, bring justice between people in their rights and duties, and respects cultural privacy.


Afro Asian Peoples Solidarity Organization AAPSO calls the dominant groups in south Sudan (Nilotic group, the Dinka, Nuer, Shilluk tribe) to stop the bloodshed immediately; end the disputes between the southern factions, uniting their interests and state sovereignty is the basis of ending the conflict.


AAPSO also urge the African Union Organization and concerned organizations to intervene immediately to end the bloody conflict , bring peace and develop the mechanism to avoid such wars and massacres in the future.

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