Dr. Aldo Ajou Deng Akuey,
Dec 5, 2020(Nyamilepedia) — Those politicians who believe that liberties, freedoms, democracy and the rule of law, enhance scientific government and governance of the people and for the people, may not, per se, approve of this initiative.
Dr. Riek Machar, at last, and by holding this conference, is seemingly assumed to be knocking at the door of freedom of speech and civility.
But importantly, liberties, freedoms, democracy and the rule of law, do not compromise, suspicion, prejudice, violence, anarchy and political use of brute force to change a government.
Now, that Dr. Riek Machar, I hope, has a commitment to democratic change, shall he reverse to civility?
Since 1991, his serial of politico-military political movements: SPLM-Nasr, Southern Sudan Independence Movement (SSIM), Southern Sudan Salvation Front (SSSF), the SPLM (when he came back 2001-2002) he never held a political conference-to cite just a precedence on record.
To advance his democratic process towards elections and political power, after the R-TGoNU in 2024, Dr. Riek should pullout of anarchical politics for a liberal platform by accepting dialogue, reconciliation, forgiveness, healing and polite apology to the people of South Sudan.
Without this last stages of return civility, democracy and the rule of law, his democratic process shall have no effects or necessary space to prosper socially, politically and economically.
Aldo Deng is a former Sudanese politician and father of the former NBA player, Luol Deng.
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