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A Correspondent in Khartoum



John Garang’s death unlikely to avert Sudan’s impending break-up

A Correspondent in Khartoum

Rajab 27, 14262005-09-01

The peace deal signed last January for which the late John Garang fought for more than two decades secures for southern Sudan the right to secede, which it will exercise through a referendum to be held in six years’ time. There is little doubt that Garang would have insisted on the referendum being held, had he lived, and that the southerners will vote for secession because of their strong hostility towards the north and their backers’ keenness to have the “largest Muslim-dominated country in Africa” broken up.

Special Reports

US subversion in Sudan

A Correspondent in Khartoum

Shawwal 08, 14171997-02-16

The US has openly joined the conspiracy not only to bring down the government of president Hasan al-Bashir in Khartoum but also pave way for the dismemberment of Sudan.

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