South Sudan RMB

WA Delegate: None.

Founder: The Independent Peoples of Dinka Tribe

World Factbook Entry

A referendum on independence for Southern Sudan was held in January 2011, with 98.83% of the electorate opting for secession. The President of Sudan, Omar al-Bashir, accepted the results and issued a Republican Decree confirming the outcome of the referendum. Southern Sudan has become an independent country and Africa’s 54th state on 9 July 2011

Upon independence, the country was named South Sudan (Republic of South Sudan) "out of familiarity and convenience", according to members of a steering committee on post-independence governing.

Welcome to Africa South Sudan!

Embassies: North Africa, Africa, India, Australasian Democratic Union, The Ascendancy, West Africa, Coalition of Catholic States, South Africa, Argentina, Right to Life, and Galts Gulch.

Tags: Independent, Democratic, Social, Defender, Minuscule, and Neutral.

South Sudan contains 5 nations, the 2,372nd most in the world.

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Today's World Census Report

The Most Politically Apathetic Citizens in South Sudan

These results were determined by seeing how many citizens of each nation answered a recent World Census survey on the local political situation by ticking the "Don't Give a Damn" box.

As a region, South Sudan is ranked 5,194th in the world for Most Politically Apathetic Citizens.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The United Kingdom of AssassastaDemocratic Socialists“Fatherland, Light, Disorder”
2.The Independent Peoples of Dinka TribeInoffensive Centrist Democracy“South Sudan , the worlds newest nation!”
3.The Republic of Western EquatoriaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“In Chaos there is always light”
4.The Rogue Crack Loving Nation of Crack House CustomerLeft-Leaning College State“Open up mane, I need rocks so bad!!”
5.The Nomadic Peoples of Camel ToezInoffensive Centrist Democracy“My hump is bigger than yours”

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South Sudan Regional Message Board

Queen Nefertiti :

I've never been too this region I'm doing my world tour and just stopping by south Sudan. I know your people have see and lost family from Arab genocide but now is time for peace and rebuild a great nation for your lovely people. Thanks for the visit.

Queen Nefertiti,

The ethiopian nubia kingdom

1 year 88 days ago

Hello sudauisi south sudan from ethiopia. In here from africa east somebody who was busy and people who will keep the south sudan from hare hate from your people Allah blesses your people ancient lands and people in fighting southern sudan.

OOC : Nubia Egypt is worried about this region south Sudan as a real nubiiea Kenuzi Ìm going to keep contact with this region sweetheart because my Taji is south Sudanese /;) shawna el Alababiesa inshallah sistas of south Sudanese and my people I'm here to be a voice fór our people nomadic Egyptians."""" For Real

David yau yau

1 year 20 days ago

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Rejoice, O Mother Church! Exult in glory!
The risen Savior shines upon you!
Let this place resound with joy,
echoing the mighty song of all God's people!

Happy Easter from the VRCC.

Eternal Lord,
whose kingdom knows only the sword of righteousness and justice,
and where your only power is love,
send forth your spirit
so that all the peoples of the earth will join together
as children of one Father,
for yours alone is the kingdom,
the power and the glory, for ever and ever.
Amen.

Renegade troops take key oil-producing capital in South Sudan

KAMPALA, Uganda — South Sudan's central government lost control of the capital of a key oil-producing state on Sunday, the military said, as renegade forces loyal to a former deputy president seized more territory in fighting that has raised fears of full-blown civil war in the world's newest country.

Bentiu, the capital of oil-rich Unity state, is now controlled by a military commander loyal to former Vice President Riek Machar, said Col. Philip Aguer, the South Sudanese military spokesman.

"Bentiu is in the hands of a commander who has declared support for Machar," he said. "Bentiu is not in our hands."

The armed rebels were said to be in control days earlier of some of South Sudan's oil fields, which have historically been a target for rebel movements, endangering the country's economic lifeblood.

South Sudan gets nearly 99 percent of its government budget from oil revenues, and the country reportedly earned $1.3 billion in oil sales in just five months this year, according to the London-based watchdog group Global Witness.

Although the country's capital, Juba, is mostly peaceful a week after a dispute among members of the presidential guard triggered violent clashes between military factions, fighting continues as the central government tries to assert authority in the states of Unity and Jonglei.

Bor, the capital of Jonglei, is said to be the scene of some of the fiercest clashes between government troops and rebels.

Michael Makuei Lueth, South Sudan's information minister, said Machar was believed to be hiding somewhere in Unity state.

"He is a rebel, he's a renegade and we are looking for him. He's moving in the bushes of South Sudan," Lueth said of Machar.

The U.N. Mission in South Sudan said in a statement Sunday that all non-critical staff members in Juba are being evacuated to Uganda. The mission said the move was "a precautionary measure to reduce pressures on its limited resources" as it continues to provide assistance and shelter to more than 20,000 civilians gathered inside its compounds in Juba, the mission said in a statement.

Hilde Johnson, the U.N. secretary-general's envoy in South Sudan, said the evacuation doesn't mean the U.N. is "abandoning" South Sudan.

"We are here to stay, and will carry on in our collective resolve to work with and for the people of South Sudan," she said. "To anyone who wants to threaten us, attack us or put obstacles in our way, our message remains loud and clear: we will not be intimidated."

Hundreds have been killed in the fighting and world leaders are concerned about civil war in a country with a history of ethnic violence and divided military loyalties.

The U.S. and other countries have been evacuating their citizens from South Sudan. The U.S. has evacuated about 680 Americans and other foreign nationals so far, State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said in a statement.

On Saturday, gunfire hit three U.S. military aircraft trying to evacuate American citizens in Bor, wounding four U.S. service members in the same region gunfire downed a U.N. helicopter on Friday. It remains unclear how many U.S. citizens are still stranded in Bor and other rural towns.

Earlier this week, the top military general in Bor defected with his troops, starting a rebellion that appears to be spreading to other parts of the country.

Aguer said Bor is still under the control of pro-Machar forces, disputing reports the rebels had fled as government troops advanced on Bor.

South Sudan's President Salva Kiir, an ethnic Dinka, said on Monday that an attempted military coup had triggered the violence, and the blame was placed on Machar, an ethnic Nuer. But officials have since said a fight between Dinka and Nuer members of the presidential guard triggered the fighting that later spread across the East African country.

Machar's ouster from the country's No. 2 political position earlier this year had stoked ethnic tensions. Machar, who has criticized Kiir as a dictator, later said he would contest presidential elections in 2015.

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Sunday urged South Sudan's leaders "to do everything in their power" to stop the violence.

Foreign ministers from neighboring countries Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda and Djibouti were in South Sudan earlier in the week to try and diffuse the crisis.

South Sudan, which became independent in 2011 after decades of a brutal war with Sudan, has been plagued by ethnic discord, corruption and conflict with Sudan over oil revenues.

Although the south inherited three-quarters of Sudan's oil production when it declared independence in 2012, its oil exports are pumped through pipelines running north, raising concern a rebel takeover of southern oil fields could invite Sudan into the conflict.

Article by: RODNEY MUHUMUZA , Associated Press
Updated: December 22, 2013 - 2:00 PM

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May this region be blessed with peace and good will, in the name of Jesus Christ, our Lord.

I wish him sucksess if he give me a 20 rock rite naow

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