The Imminent And Undefined Roadblocks To Compromise Peace Agreement (CPA II)

By Kutei Jnr,

South Sudan swears in its new Transitional Government of National Unity on Friday, April 29th, 2016(Photo: supplied)

South Sudan swears in its new Transitional Government of National Unity on Friday, April 29th, 2016(Photo: supplied)

May 02, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —– I have taken a while just trying to silently follow how our country is going about with implementation of CPA II signed more than eight months ago, while appreciating God for touching hearts of some of our ruthless leaders. I encourage all the leaders to continue calming down in such a spirit to give our people chances to renew their lives.

Meanwhile, there are two major challenges which will certainly make it so perplex for the full implementation to be realized in our country and those may plunge our country back to some sort of chaos if not properly managed, these critical issues are “division of ministries and formation of state governments”.

As I appreciate the amicable selection and division of ministries among the parties, reception of the opposition teams and eventual successful reception and swearing in of the top opposition leader Dr. Riek Machar, which was closely ensued by the appointment of the transitional cabinet which we hope will somewhat effect the most needed change of system in our country.

However, I am personally dissatisfied with the arrangement of cabinet ministries and my “arbitrating profession” tells me our country will be ran by four different systems which may end up causing mistrust and hiccups in the country. The four parallel systems will soon emerge following the formation of the transitional cabinet where parties have been given ministries in their entireties.

My point is “ministers should be appointed by the parties to which they are given but the deputies should have been given to the opposite parties at least for an inclusive running of the national ministries. In order to avert such, one party should not be left to run the entire ministry. In short, ministries which are allotted to the government needed to be deputized by members of the opposition, former detainees as well as other political parties and vice versa.

In the other hand, the likeliness of a hurdle in the formation of state governments is an interesting development to be closely monitored. With regime stubbornly refusing to heed to calls made both locally and internationally for suspension of establishment order no. 36/2015, the opposition parties on the other hand seem to be standing their ground even harder to have the unilateral decision revoked.

Hence, to avoid being caught on the cleft stick, Kiir’s side of the government need to urgently revoke their unilateral decision creating 28 unconstitutional states. It would be unpalatable should the tribal setup in this country not be reversed as issues of lands, un-demarcated boundaries and other related unconstitutionality issues be allowed to reign.

I plead with the viewers and South Sudanese public to keep a close eye on how the affairs of our country are being managed. We have a responsibility not to be set against one another simply because so and so come from our tribe, we must learn to live beyond such division.

God bless our beautiful country

The author can be reached at kutei2015@gmail.com


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  1 comment for “The Imminent And Undefined Roadblocks To Compromise Peace Agreement (CPA II)

  1. Loku Santo
    May 3, 2016 at 3:40 am

    I am glade that the TGoNu is formed and the Ministers are appointed. I congratulated both members in the current government and those in opposition for their Patience and tolerance.

    I also acknowledged that this new government is a mixture of New and Old wine in the same container.

    I believed people like,Dr. Riek Gai, Awut Deng Achuil, Gen. Lodu Gore and the rest will do their best but my worry is for these four ministers.
    1. Michael Makuei
    2. Jemma Nunu kumbo
    3. John Luk Jok
    4. Dr. Elia Lomuro should doubled their efforts to win people’s competency otherwise it may not be good on their side in 2018 elections.

    For my brothers, Mabior Garang and Akor Paul I know they have the young minds of development but I’m afraid they will be blocked by the old minded personalities particularly Akordit has a bad Master or teacher.

    I really pray that God should have mercy on all these people, descends His blessings on them in order to take their assignments with the FEAR OF GOD

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