Friday, 20 August 2010 12:44
… Dr. Toby Maduot Parek said the National Congress Party (NCP), Sudan’s ruling party, lacks “seriousness in implementing the CPA in full” and accused it of ‘continued’ marginalization of Southern Sudan, Nuba Mountains, South Blue Nile, Darfur and Eastern Sudan.
“SANU leadership, its rank and file, he said, have resolved to vote for the separation of the southern Sudan in coming referendum,” Dr. Maduot, the party’s chairman, said in a press release. “This is seen by all Southern political forces including SANU as insincerity on the part of party (NCP), and a dangerous recipe that would return our country back to war,” he said.
SANU was founded in exile by, chiefly among others, the late Fr. Saturino Lahoru, the late Joseph Oduho and the late William Deng Nhial, in 1963 in Kampala, Uganda. A year later (William Deng split and formed it) in the Sudan (It was known as SANU Inside)...