SPLM Leadership Failure in South Sudan
By Peter M Chot Deng
Oct 25, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — The biggest crisis under ways sometime, some years that will not be too late to come, to destroy South Sudan into nothings. This is reality that will happens in South Sudan again if the SPLM could reunify by the same leadership who carry out the massacred in Dec 2013 and it is important that the people of South Sudan know that the SPLM party as committed into war crimes that disqualify itself could lead this country for that names else theirs leaders could decides to change that and if not let all South Sudanese to fight for regime change to safe the people from that corrupted, tribalism, Nepotism, massacred and these above it’s the visions of SPLM that they fight for 21 years but they were not fights alone friends in America will endure; it will outlast the senseless war that now grips the country,” he added.
The SPLM leadership yet not enough for violence hit South Sudan in late last year, killing thousands and displacing nearly 1.5 million people, with about 90,000 of them seeking refuge within United Nations protection of civilian camps. According to aid agencies operation in the young nation warned of looming famine early next year, should the conflict rage on.
This no shames and should be shameless to SPLM for successive of the US administrations, individuals and institutions enjoyed special relationship with the people of South Sudan, dating back to the long civil war years with Sudan as well as the struggle for peace and self-determination.
This article directs advice to USA government not to be friends of SPLM Juba of 2013 because United State support South Sudanese when they chose independence in 2011, all of the US people shared in the sense of promise with people of South Sudan. And that is why, just three years later, the conflict that erupted in December 2013 and quickly spiralled out of control prompted not only shock, but a sense of sadness, and of disappointment, at the opportunity squandered,
SPLM LEADERSHIP FAILURE
According to Booth said that the conflict, was “a collective failure by those who had helped to deliver South Sudan its independence, not least among them the dominant political party that controlled government – the SPLM”.
Following points of identified weak institutions, over-centralisation, slow progress in security sector reform, corruption and financial mismanagement and unresolved war-era tensions between communities as some of the root causes of the nearly 10-month-long conflict in the country.
To prevents the biggest crisis under way to come according to Booth pointed out that to be, avoiding future conflict demands one to understand the current crisis and shape a credible transition and sustainable peace, which “requires a wider lens, a look to the broader context and dynamics that set the stage for this year’s war”.