Category Archives: Voting Process

New rebel uprising in South Sudan

From UPI, April 20, 2011: A new rebel group in South Sudan attacked military trucks belonging to the government in Juba because it’s not functioning adequately, a spokesman said. A group calling itself the South Sudan Liberation Army exploded a … Continue reading

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Sudan: South’s Draft Constitution Finalized – Minister

From allAfrica, April 5, 2011: The technical committee that was tasked with reviewing South Sudan’s interim constitution of 2005, ahead of the region’s independence in July, has successfully completed the process, with the draft report expected in a week or … Continue reading

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GEN. SALVA KIIR MESSAGE DURING THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF REFERENDUM RESULTS

President of the Republic of South Sudan, H. E. Gen. Salva Kiir Mayardit is delivering a Statement after his return from Khartoum Juba, January 8, 2011 – Pictures by Larco Lomayat Dear all, Greetings from Juba, The Current Capital of … Continue reading

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Norway lauds referendum process

Press Release Date: January 18 2011 Referendum successfully held in Sudan “It has been a pleasure to witness the peaceful conduct of the referendum on the future status of Southern Sudan.  This was a complicated process, which has been prepared … Continue reading

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ON THE GROUND: Timeline for the Aggregation and Declaration of Results

Letter from Larco Lomayatdit of South Sudan: Dear all, Greetings to you all the name of the Republic of South Sudan, I, brother Larco Lomayatdit; is one of Referendum Domestic Observers; who is following Referendum events closely.   I would like … Continue reading

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Australia welcomes Sudanese referendum vote

From the desk of The Hon. Kevin Rudd MP, Minister for Foreign Affairs: Australia welcomes Sudanese referendum vote In Queensland today, the last votes have been cast in the historic Southern Sudan referendum. The referendum, which closed in Sudan on … Continue reading

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The Living History of South Sudan: Mama Rebecca Kadi Loburing Dinduch, Age 115, has voted for Separation and the Freedom of South Sudan

This report comes to us from Larco Lomayat: Dear all, Greetings from Juba, Capital of the Republic of South Sudan, Praise God, today, January 12, 2011, an old South Sudanese woman of 115 (One Hundred and Fifteen Years) of age … Continue reading

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LOCAL REPORT: Voting Exercise kick-off today in Warrap State-Kuajok

Report from Emmanuel Kachoul: Hundreds of people today turned out in large numbers at freedom Square,  War Tit, just to mention a few, almost all the centers in Kuajok the capital of Warrap State queued up in  very long lines,  … Continue reading

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LOCAL REPORT: Thousands of registered voters queue to vote in Lakes State

Report courtesy of Larco Lomayatdit: Dear Friends, On dawn of 9th January, thousands of people came out of their homes to fought separation. Women mainly led the queuing in chairs (pictures). In one of the pictures, Bol Makueng led the … Continue reading

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Born in a Day: South Sudan’s Referendum

by Faith McDonnell Originally posted at BigPeace.com. Can a country be born in a day or a nation be brought forth in a moment? –Isaiah 66: 8 The vote for South Sudan’s Referendum on Secession goes on for seven days, … Continue reading

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