Press Release Call for Tougher Sanction

SSIGMarch 15, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — SSIAHR would like to thank US Permanent Representative to the UN, Ambassador Samantha Power for her hard work drafting and passing resolution sanction against South Sudan.

We want to extend our gratitude to people of Norway, British, France, Canada, Australia, US, South Korea, South Africa, Kenya, Ethiopia and many others for the bold decision they made passing resolution sanction against South Sudan. Our gratitude go to our colleagues’ Human rights watch and Amnesty International for their hard work and sacrifices they made for common good for Humanity.

SSIAHR Call for the tougher sanction in full force and implementation against South Sudan to end this War. These include freeze all the assets, arm embargo and ban of the Movement. The argument South Sudan is a young nation is invalid.

There is no young nation that desire killing her own people and South Sudan Is Busy buying guns to finish and displace her own citizens based on ethnic line meanwhile, the International Community is feeding and protecting almost two million people inside and outside South Sudan Juba, Bor, Bentiu, Malakal, Wau and in neighboring countries Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia and Sudan. SSIAHR call upon all the International Permanent Representative to the UN to act sooner and that failure to do so may result into an imagine major human loss in South Sudan.

Thanks,

Peter Gatkuoth Wadar kuel.

SSIAHR chief Executive director

Contact: peterkuel@yahoo.com

  4 comments for “Press Release Call for Tougher Sanction

  1. ater
    March 16, 2015 at 5:00 am

    Peter Gatkouth Wadar
    It’s so unfortunate that you shot yourself in foot,thinking that it is the govt to suffer excluding your people , fellow Nuer ,by pressing and preaching on sanction imposition.Myopic thinking and impetus decision making ,is the cause to your misery.”A man pelts a stone into the market crowd,not knowing the stone lands on his mother’ s head/relative/father or grandfather” that brings curse on himself,in so doing typical of you. Shame on you and your descendants. It’s just a short joy which turns into tears soon mark it rightly.

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    • March 16, 2015 at 7:28 am

      Ater you are not right we are children of God as Dinka we are not born for misery time of misery came and and departed 14 months tear it will turn to our joy if you are enemy of Country peace/Joy you are the Devil who offered this launch for 14 Months in South Sudan

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  2. March 16, 2015 at 8:35 pm

    It is funny to see these brothers in-law of former vice president and his Son are trying very hard in any way to convincing European nations so that, sanction will be set against South Sudan’s government. They did it in Libya nation but still that nation is not stable up to now. First of all, the European nation have to solved Ukraine problems which claims some 6000 lives in a short period. Second to that, they need to solved Syria conflicts which have claims more than 100,000 lives. Third, they need to resolving Negiran Boko Harm because they are now become member of ISIS in Africa and they will probably block oil sell out to European countries.

    The issue of South Sudan civil war can not and will not be resolving by putting sanction on South Sudan’s government. Juba’s government have fully understood what is going on now is bias and that has been taking place in Libya nation unfortunately, it did not resolved the objection of these bias oil desperate. The Libyan rebels which overthrowing the late president Muammar al Gaddafi and took the power from dictatorship are on run now and those new rebels have control most of the Libya nation right now and if this is what you guys are looking to do then, go ahead asking help from brothers and sisters in-law of both rebels leader and his Son and we will see this South Sudan will be worst than what you thinks. The real question is that, where were these brothers in-law of former vice president at the time when the civil war took almost 22years fighting and there were even more than 3 million lives lost in the Sudan’s civil war.? The sanction will not resolving that conflict in South Sudan for sure. Please keep singing about needing sanction against South Sudan’s government but that sanction will affected your own people leave about government itself.

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  3. ater
    March 16, 2015 at 10:10 pm

    Nyanit
    Iam not in any way possible, a devil but the be spoken why did you allow Riek to embark on this war.You should have told him not to topple the gov’t in a foiled coup attempt.This is not the first time Riek attempts to cause instability in this Nation through his vague ambitions ,disregarding peoples’ problems and wrecking havoc on innocent Nuerfolks.The stone he threw into the market crowd landed on his native’s head,hence this disaster. Insanity and rush are unfortunate twins.

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