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South Sudan - World's Newest Country

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by BIN BOR, Jan 9, 2011.

  1. BIN BOR

    BIN BOR JF-Expert Member

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    ...and the remaining question will be on oil-rich Abyei area that will hold separate vote; whether to join north or south...
     
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    Uwezo Tunao JF-Expert Member

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    And New Tanzania free from abduction of and by the country's MEGA-CORRUPTION 'HEROS' will soon be the next new country after Southern Sudan, believe me!
     
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    Shiefl Senior Member

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    Good Idea. Hata wamerekani walisema hivyo kuwa wanataka nchi mpya baada ya manyanyaso ya watawala wakatili enzi zile na sasa ni nchi yenye uhuru wa kutosha. So let us fight guys.

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    Uwezo Tunao JF-Expert Member

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    Tanzania in on a sure path of becoming a freer state! The journey is even more promising today than ever before.
     
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    Averos JF-Expert Member

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    Dunia hubadilika kila siku, nchi huongezeka na kupungua, cha msingi iwe ni kwa manufaa ya watu HUSIKA sio kwa wengine, Kila la kheri sudan ya kisini Bwana Mungu awe nanyi katika kila kila hali. Tunapenda amani kwa kuwa tunajua gharama za kuirudisha pale tunapoipoteza
     
  6. The Dreamer

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    an excited south sudanese.jpg

    Hatimae bye bye OIC

    Source: BBC
     
  7. BIN BOR

    BIN BOR JF-Expert Member

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    Jamaa wamekusudia, na Mkapa ndio msimamizi mkuu.
     
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    Gozigumu JF-Expert Member

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    A TIMETABLE OF EVENTS IN NORTH- SOUTH SUDAN
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    1947;Leaders of Souther Sudan's tribes meet in Juba and decided to unite with the North with application of federal rule system of government.
    1954; Members of constituent Assembly (Parliament from both northen and southern Sudan agree on the unity of Sudan's territory and people and approve a federal rule and the South to have an autonomy system to manage its affairs
    1955; First revolt and start of civil war
    1956; Sudan gains its independence
    1964; A round table confrence decides a system of Government for Southern Sudan. Southerm MPs ask for selfdetermination for the region
    1968; The civilian Government is removed in a military coup
    1969; Afresh coup places Numeiri in power
    1972; A peace agreement is signed in Addis Ababa. South Sudan achieve partial self-governence
    1983; Nuimeri introduces the Shariah law in Sudan leading to a new breakout of civil war in the South
    1985; A popular uprising removes Nuimeri from power
    1988; Agreement reached between John Garang andand Mohamed Osman Al Mirghani, leader of the Democratic Unionist Party to solve the problem of Southern Sudan peacefully
    1989; Incumbet President Omar Bashir and his Islamic Front (NIC) take power in military coup
    1997; The Government signs Khartoum Peace agreement with six Southern factions. A four-year southern state coordination council is formed
    2005; The ruling National Congress Party (NCP) of Bashir and the Sudan People's Liberation Movement of Garang signed the comprehensive Peace agreement in Naivasha, Kenya, stipulating self-determination for the South and a referendum
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    Hapa naona kama kuna kajisomo hapa kwa Tanzania!!!
     
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    BIN BOR JF-Expert Member

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    Mkuu asante sana kwa hii piece of history. Nahisi hawa jamaa wakijitenga tu, tuwakaribishe East Africa Community ili waje kutuchangamsha.
     
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    BIN BOR JF-Expert Member

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    Kwani tayari wametangaza results za hiyo referendum? Kama jibu ni ndio wangapi wamepiga kura kutaka kubaki nchi moja na wangapi wametaka kujitenga?

    Tiba
     
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    Jasusi JF-Expert Member

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    Tiba,
    Nadhani zoezi la kura litaendelea for a few days. Matokeo yatatangazwa at least 4 weeks later.
     
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    Mie ntahamia huko maana Tanzania itakuja ipitwe kwa maendeleo na hawa jamaa...
     
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    Msharika JF-Expert Member

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    mkapa rudi simamia katiba mpya tanzania. Tunakuamini wewe ni kichwa.:flypig:
     
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    South Sudan National Symbols
    Motto
    Justice, Equality, Dignity

    Emblem
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    South Sudan Flag
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    The south is rich in natural resources. Oil from the south is being pumped to the north. The income from the oil is allowing the government to buy arms to fight the people of the south. It is estimated that the government is spending between two and three million US dollars a day on the war.
    "The people of the south are largely Christian or animists (followers of traditional religions). The Government of Sudan is carrying out a campaign to Islamicise and Arabise them.
     
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    Tiba JF-Expert Member

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    Asante mkuu Jasusi kwa majibu. Kimsingi lilichotaka kusema through swali langu ni vipi tunaanza kufanya speculations kwamba South Sudan ni taifa jipya wakati hata matokeo ya hiyo referendum bado na kura bado zinapigwa? Hivi hamjui kwamba Al-Bashir anaweza kuchakachua matokeo yakawa tofauti kinyume na matarajio ya tulio wengi?

    Tiba
     
  18. Mallaba

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    kila la kheri tena maana ile nchi haina wasomi, na watu wake wengi walinyanyaswa sana hivyo hawakupata elimu kama wenzao.
     
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    Nawapongeza kwa kuwa taifa Jipya na huru. Tunawakaribisha katika East Africa Community, maana hawa ni wenzetu zaidi kuliko hao waarabu wa sudan kaskazini.
     
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    I can bet that Ami is under pressure now, praying to allah that a miracle happens and Sudan remains one.... But souther hails jubilee saying 'bye bye Khartoum'
     
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