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Sudan's President Addresses Country for First Time Since Split

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TEHRAN, July 13 (ICANA) – After more than 50 years of on-and-off war, a self determination was held on the 5th of January 2011, and the 9th of July 2011 was a historical day for the world, a new country was born, and South Sudan became an independent country.
Wednesday, July 13, 2011 8:32:15 PM
Sudan's President Addresses Country for First Time Since Split

Amidst the cheers of the southerners, President Al Bashir inaugurated the Sudan embassy in the south so as to start a new peaceful era in the history of Sudan.

President of the Republic Omar Hassan Ahmed Al Bashir addressed, today Tuesday, the Sudanese nation from the Parliament , in the wake of the establishment of South Sudan state.

In his speech, President Al Bashir conveyed to the Sudanese nation that the north will always respect the covenants and conventions with the south, and that separation is not the end,but the north will keep on with the same soul they started with to solve all the pending issues in South Kurdufan and Blue Nile State, promising to continue on the popular consultation, assuring its' people to widen the political participation. He added that so as to fill the gap which oil left, people have reduce their expenses and to increase the exports.

The government of Sudan will discuss during the coming days the formation of the new government. On the other hand the opposition parties were expecting the resignation of president Al Bashir today in front of the Parliament , complaining that the NCP has no intention of engaging other parties in genuine power sharing and insists on having full control on the decision making process.

The NCP already controls more than 90 percent of the parliamentary seats following the last general elections in April 2010.

On the other side political analysts see the opposite of what opposition parties see, and that the president is giving a big space for all the political forces, especially after signing the Darfur Peace Agreement next Thursday in Qatar.

Still the two sides must decide on the issues such as drawing up the new border and how to divide Sudan's debts and oil wealth.

Africa's 54th state is at the bottom of the developing world. Most people live on less than $1 a day. More than 10 percent of children do not reach the age of 5, and yet, they dreamt of separation which came true, can this new nation succeed in achieving the dreams of its' people, remains to be seen

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